Iced Coffee with Coffee jelly. Pour in cold water and add lots of ice. Serve in a glass and then put coffee jelly bits on top. It's like jello for adults and the perfect coffee drink for hot weather!
Pour the hot coffee into a loaf pan and add sugar. Add the bloomed gelatin into the hot coffee and stir gently – ensuring it's completely combined. Prepare the frozen iced coffee by blending all the ingredients until smooth. You can cook Iced Coffee with Coffee jelly using 9 ingredients and 15 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Iced Coffee with Coffee jelly
- Prepare of Coffee Jelly.
- Prepare 600 g of Strong Hot Coffee.
- Prepare 15 g of Gelatin Powder.
- It’s 45 g of Cold Water.
- You need of Iced Coffee.
- You need of Ice-cubes.
- You need of Ingredients for Exterior.
- It’s of Cream.
- You need of Sugar Syrup.
Coffee jelly in Japan is made from sweetened coffee added to alga, a jelly made from algae and called kanten in Japanese. Commonly, the jelly is cut into cubes and served in a variety of ways. Sometimes, these cubes are added to milkshakes, or as garnish on ice cream sundaes. More often, coffee jelly is added to a cup of hot or iced coffee.
Iced Coffee with Coffee jelly instructions
- Coffee Jelly.
- Prepare a square cake pan or casserole dish..
- Pour the cold water into the gelatin powder and stir well. Store in the fridge until ready to use..
- Brew the hot coffee. You can make it quite thick to get a stronger coffee flavour..
- Add the sugar to the hot coffee and stir..
- Microwave the gelatin mixture to melt. Pour the melted gelatin into the hot coffee solution and stir well..
- Pour the coffee solution into the cake pan and keep in the fridge until solid..
- Cut into cubes..
- Prepare a beer glass or any larger, preferably tall, glass. Keep it in the fridge until use..
- Brew the hot coffee and place the coffee pot in cold water..
- Add ice cubes to the glass..
- Pour the iced coffee over the ice cubes..
- Add the coffee jelly cubes..
- Add cream and sugar syrup as you like..
With just three ingredients—coffee, sugar, and powdered gelatin—and almost no effort, a home cook can have glistening, jiggling cubes of rich coffee jello. And this can be eaten it on its own. Place cubed coffee jelly in the container and cover. Brew the hot coffee and place the coffee pot in cold water. Add ice cubes to the glass.