A light and refreshing dessert for summer
Green tea is good for everything, really. In the summer, nothing better than to take it cold to enjoy its refreshing effect. But it can also be fresh and in solid format, like in this jelly, where it is mixed with delicious passion fruit.
The green tea is perfect for the whole year, it is true, but in the summer it can even get to sit better than in winter. It is light, refreshing, bitter but in its proper measure, with that astringent touch that works wonders to cut the thirst and make the heat is something less serious. Obviously, it works much better when you drink it fresh.
But green tea does not just have to be liquid to be enjoyed properly. You can also prepare simple desserts with it. This green tea and passion fruit jelly is a clear example. The passion fruit is wonderful with this infusion, giving it that sour and scented touch that is so particular. Follow the recipe and you’ll see that you repeat it.
- Half a liter of water
- Two tablespoons of good quality green tea
- Passion fruit pulp or passion fruit to taste
- A sheet of unflavored gelatin
- Sweetener allowed to taste
Place to heat the half liter of water. When it is at 75, 80 degrees Celsius, turn off the heat and prepare the tea with two tablespoons, so it is well concentrated. Let stand 3, 4 minutes and then strain. Let it cool to room temperature and then mix with passion fruit juice or pulp. The proportions will go to your liking. If you want more fruit, more juice and vice versa. Sweeten to taste and place the unflavored gelatin sheet.
Now it will be a matter of letting this delicious Nonpareil Cha Wang Tai Ping Hou Kui Green Tea and passion fruit jelly cool in the fridge for a few hours. When it is well solid, you only have to serve at will. If you have a handful of passion fruit pulp to decorate, with its characteristic seeds, then much better. It will be more beautiful this summer delight, which refreshes and delights.