Christmas Jelly Salad

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I love this jelly salad as a side dish with Christmas dinner!  You can also serve it as a dessert, if you’d rather – it’s kind of halfway between a dessert and a salad.  You can add or subtract fruits as you like – green grapes and strawberries are nice in it too.  Hope you like it 

 
Christmas Jelly Salad
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Ingredients
  1. 2 x 440g tins of crushed pineapple, unsweetened
  2. 450g frozen berries (cranberries/mixed berries/cherries)
  3. 1 orange, juiced
  4. 2 heaped Tblspns gelatine powder (3 sachets)
  5. orange juice mixture
  6. 180g raw honey
  7. 1 peeled orange
  8. 2 sticks of celery (no leaves)
  9. 1 green apple, quartered
  10. 65g raw walnuts or pecans
  11. chopped celery, apple & nuts
  12. reserved crushed pineapple
Instructions
  1. Drain pineapple, and pour juice into the Thermomix bowl; set pineapple aside for later.
  2. Add berries to the juice in the Thermomix bowl and cook at 100 degrees for 15 mins, reverse, speed 1.
  3. Juice an orange and stir gelatine into juice until dissolved.
  4. Add thickened orange juice and honey to berry mixture in bowl and cook at 100 degrees for 2 minutes, reverse, speed 2.
  5. Pour juice and berries into a large jelly mold (or bowl), leaving about a cupful in the Thermomix bowl. Add orange to Thermomix and blend until smooth, moving speed dial slowly up to speed 9 for about 20 seconds.
  6. Place celery, green apple, walnuts or pecans in Thermomix bowl and chop on speed 4-5 for 5 seconds.
  7. Add to the berry mixture in the bowl.
  8. Chill for a few hours or until jelly is set - you can put it in the freezer for a little while if you're in a hurry!
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1 Comment

  1. Mrs. Ed says:

    This looks so good. I love gelatin dishes.

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