- Wine jelly with limes: the recipe
- What is a jelly?
- Colorful world of wines
- Recipe Variety Canning: Lime jelly and more
Enjoy the taste of summer and the start of the day spoon by spoon. The fresh limes and the fine white wine make a great jelly.
Cooking jam is trendy and leaves the creativity with endless possibilities. A wine jelly brings variety to the breakfast table and the special whistle for every holiday brunch.The spread of limes and white wine tastes pure with bread or with cream cheese and goes well with spicy cheese. For a wine jelly are different grape varieties, white wines as well as red wine - just to taste.$config[ads_text] not found
For our jelly recipe, we chose a combination of limes and a dry white wine: Riesling or Chardonnay are just two examples of the variety of flavors offered by this jelly recipe. The grated peel of lime also brings a great aroma in the spread and makes something visually. In short, such a homemade lime jelly with wine is a great gift idea!
Wine jelly with limes: the recipe
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Ingredients for 6 glasses (250 ml each)
- 1 bag of Gelfix Classic (Dr. Oetker)
- 800 g of sugar
- 200 ml of lime juice
- 1/2 l dry white wine
- grated peel of 2 organic limes
- Mix the Gelfix with 2 tablespoons of sugar. With juice of lime and wine in a large enough saucepan and bring to a boil while stirring.
- Add remaining sugar, boil everything under stirring for 3 minutes bubbly (do not forget gelling sample!). Stir in the shell of the lime. Fill in the sterilized, prepared glasses, close quickly and turn upside down.
Incidentally, this recipe for jelly can also be used with commercial gelling sugar. Gelling agents where you have to add sugar extra have the advantage that you can vary the types of sugar and instead of the white can sometimes use a brown sugar - just to taste.
What is a jelly?
While jams and jams are made from whole fruit or fruit puree, fruit juice is used to make a delicious jelly and boiled down with thickening agents such as gelling sugar. The sweet fruit spread is therefore often very clear and homogeneous in its consistency. Fruity jellies are also suitable as a side dish to savory, spicy food such as meat, cheese or fish or as an ingredient for sauces.
Incidentally, only the fruit spread "jam" may be called, which are made of citrus fruits such as lemon or orange - it says in the jam regulation. In turn, jams may be called all other spreads that have the correct fruit-sugar ratio. Here you can also use apples, berries or grapes. However, these rules only apply if you want to trade in your fruit spreads.
Colorful world of wines
White wine, red wine, dry, semi-dry, Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Blanc? The world of wines is huge and provides the basis for different professional fields such as winemakers or sommeliers, hobbies and other passions. We have compiled in our guide lots of exciting facts and tips on the subject of wine - from classic oenology over everyday issues in shopping and use to the wineries of the stars.
Recipe Variety Canning: Lime jelly and more
Canning is trendy! Whether marmalade or mason jars full of goodies - canning and cooking is easy and makes the storage cupboard a colorful marvel of side dishes and spreads. The harvest of the different seasons can be preserved for a while. The best recipes we have put together in a canning special.
Tip: Refine delicious desserts with a spoonful of wine jelly!