Food Review (Posted on 12-05-2015)
A personal favorite of mine since I was a young lad. I never turned down a bowl of this gelatin because the taste is that good, and it's time you get a taste of this too.
Like any other gelatin, the directions are simple: over a pot of hot, boiling water, pour the gelatin in the water and mix thoroughly until the crystals are completely dissolved. When done, pour the liquid over a bowl or some nonstick pan and allow to cool to room temperature. After about 30 minutes or so, or seeing the tiny bubbles are gone, place the bowl/pan in the fridge. The gelatin turns out better when sitting overnight (like with any other gelatin). However, if you're very eager, leave it in the fridge for about an hour or until completely solid. When done, it's time to dig in!
Assuming you didn't use too much water, you'll find the taste very smooth and silky; Not too sweet and not too bland for your "dessert-y" tooth. The instructions state you can cut them in squares, and unlike most gelatins, these cut very nicely. In fact, the delicious, not-too-sweet-taste of these gelatins make them the perfect dish to make ahead of time, or an ingredient to a main dish. Because this is a Philippine product, you'll find this on a decadent Filipino treat named "Halo Halo." Mixing this with cling peaches, pears and/or a fruit cocktail work best with this gelatin.
Any fan of gelatin ought to try this amazing yet simple dessert. I will make sure them, and you as well, try this delicious piece of culinary goodness. Very soon, professional/TV chefs will begin to use this product (if they haven't already).
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