Thursday, December 17, 2015

Cathedral Window Jelly Recipe

Whenever I see the Cathedral Window Jelly in Goldilocks, I always wonder how it is made. How the colored jellies seem to float and why they look so much like stained glass windows from our church. It looks nice and also it is not too sweet. I can literally eat the whole thing in one sitting.
Cathedral Window Jelly
A couple of days ago, my sister and I went to the grocery and I saw these!!! 
Jelly Molds
These jelly molds costs Php 18 each so I got one for each color. I got 5 in total. Just right beside the molds are powdered jelly mixes! How convenient! I got these colors and/or flavors. Red – Strawberry, Green – Pandan, Yellow and White are both unflavored. I also bought one big can of condensed milk and cream in one, Kremdensada, instead of buying them separately. I am now ready to make Cathedral Window Jellies!!!
Powdered Jelly Mix
I have searched for recipes everywhere just to get an idea on how it is made. Well for me, I just followed the instructions from the powdered jellies I bought and just added some love. It’s not perfect, but it’s good. 

Ingredients:
1 Red Powdered Jelly Mix
1 Green Powdered Jelly Mix
1 Yellow Powdered Jelly Mix
2 Clear Powdered Jelly Mix
8 Cups Water
2 Cups White Sugar
1 Big Can of Kremdensada

Procedure:

Do Steps 1-5 for RED, GREEN and YELLOW Jellies

1. Dissolve Powdered Jelly Mix with water and bring to a boil
2. Add sugar and continue mixing
3. Pour mixture to a rectangular mold
4. Allow to cool and chill for about 1 hour or until firm
5. Cut into cubes
6. Place about 1-2 Tablespoons of each color into your jelly molds
7. Dissolve Clear Jelly Mix with water minus ½ cup of the prescribed amount
8. Bring to a boil
9. Add sugar and Kremdensada
10. Fill jelly molds
11. Stir the mixture with a spoon so that the colored jellies will be evenly distributed until it resembles cathedral windows
12. Allow to cool and chill for about 1-2 hours or until firm
13. Flip jelly molds upside down on a plate and serve!
Cathedral Window Jellies
I would suggest keeping your Cathedral Window Jellies refrigerated for 5-7 days only. We have one Jelly that was kept for more than 1 week and the jelly became soggy and there was water around it.

These Cathedral Window Jellies will be a perfect dessert this Christmas Season!

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