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Yuzu jelly

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Yuzu jelly

  • 250g of yuzu
  • 100ml of water
  • 18g of pectin jaune
  • 550g of caster sugar
  • 75ml of liquid glucose
  • 75g of trimoline
  • 1 pinch of ume-shiso powder
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1
Combine the yuzu and water in a large saucepan and heat to 45°C
  • 250g of yuzu
  • 100ml of water
2
Purée the yuzu and water in a food processor. Mix in the pectin and 175g of the sugar, then transfer the mixture to a saucepan
  • 18g of pectin jaune
  • 175g of caster sugar
3
In a separate bowl, mix the remaining caster sugar, glucose and trimoline together. Add to the yuzu purée and bring to a boil
  • 375g of caster sugar
  • 75ml of liquid glucose
  • 75g of trimoline
4
Spread the purée on a tray lined with baking parchment and let cool to a jelly
5
With a wet knife cut the yuzu jelly into 45-50 small cubes. Place onto a serving dish and sprinkle with the ume-shiso powder
  • 1 pinch of ume-shiso powder
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