10 December 2014

Pomegranate jellies (with blueberry juice) Jaleas de arándanos y granadas





This happens to me every time I see a recipe and I want to make. I absolutely fell in love with this recipe and I had frozen pomegranate seeds , because  now we haven't (it's summer) but always thought it would be beautiful and is so easy.
I think maybe is beautiful too with raspberries or others)
It can be a perfect Christian dessert if you want  something more lighter.
Enjoy!






Source: Licking the plate




Ingredients
4 servings

2 cups blueberry juice (I used bottle juice)
3/4 cup pomegranate seeds
 1 1/2 envelopes unflavored gelatine (12 grams)
sugar to taste (optative)
some berries and whipped cream

Method

Pour 1/4 cup of juice into a bowl and add the gelatine.Allow to sit for a minute while bringing the remaining juice to a boil in a medium saucepan. Add to the gelatine mixture and stir to dissolve the gelatine. Lightly grease four jelly tarttlet or mini muffin tins with oil.
Spoon the mixture  into the molds and gently add in the pomegranate seeds.

Chill until set in refrigerator 4 hours or overnight. In a medium bowl whip the cream with a tablespoon of sugar.
To release the jellies from their tins warm enough water in a saucepan so that you can set the mold down into it for a few seconds. Place a serving dish on top of the mold, invert and lift the mold up to reveal the jelly. Serve with whipped cream beside with some pomegranate seeds or raspberries.


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En español

Jaleas  de  jugo arándanos con granadas















Estas pequeñas jaleas en moldes estan hechas con jugo de arándanos y semillas de granada.
Pero como sé que no se encuentran granadas ahora se puede hacer con frambuesas u otro berry.
quedan deliciosas .
Es un postre rico y muy bueno despues de una comida.






Ingredientes
(4 porciones)

2 tazas de jugo de arándanos (El jugo en botella Watts muy bueno)
3/4 taza semillas de granada o frambuesas congeladas
1 1/2 sobre gelatina sin sabor 
azúcar al gusto (optativo)
(si el jugo es dulce no se necesita azúcar)
frambuesas o semillas de granada y crema batida para servir

Preparación
Poner  1/4 de taza de jugo de arándanos en un bowl y agregar la jalea sin sabor.
Dejar reposar un rato y luego agregar  el resto  del jugo de arandanos en una olla mediana y poner a calentar, agregar la mezcla de jalea con jugo y revolver para disolver.
Engrasar ligeramente moldes más bien pequeños o moldes de tartas con un poco de aceite.
Repartir la mezcla de arándanos y jaleas en los moldes y agregar cuidadosamente las semillas de granadas (o frambuesas congeladas).
Enfriar en el refrigerador por 4 horas o toda la noche para desmoldar facilmente.
Para desmoldar pasar el molde con jalea por agua un poco caliente que esté en una olla pasarlas solo un momento para despues demoldar.
Desmoldar en platos y servir con un poco de crema batida con semillas de granada o frambuesas congeladas y un poco de menta.
Si se quiere hacer más cantidad doblar las porciones.
La jalea sin sabor en supermercados en las jaleas o seccion poroductos naturales.
Tambien se puede usar agar agar.















102 comments:

  1. Yummy yummy pomegranate jellies with blueberry............Perfect for for the season..... :)

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  2. This is so gorgeous! I have quite a few pomegranate seeds in my freezer too.

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    1. Wonderful Adelina This is my first year I freeze pomegranates and I love it!!

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  3. Dear Gloria, A perfect dessert for the Christmas season. Delicious! xo my friend. Catherine

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  4. I would like one right now; beautifully presented!

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  5. Looks very fun. What a neat idea.

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    1. Thanks for the well wishes. I call Hubby, Frankenberry. He had the bad headache earlier today but is doing super good now.

      Thank you.

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    2. Aw Ivy Im glad he is better.
      I love yours Christmas avatar:)

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    1. Yes Monique dear, I love the color too:)

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  7. Very festive and delicious. Love the combination of flavors blueberries and pomegranate.

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  8. That's a new one for me, very christmasy too

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    1. aw Im glad to surprise you because always you surprise me:))

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  9. This does look a little lighter, but very tasty. I love the fruit flavors because they seem very refreshing. Thanks for sharing. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. Yes is a little lighter but really I love it!! thanks Jess!

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  10. Love the colours and the generous amount of pomegranates! Looks delicious!

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  11. Gloria, We haven't done much with pomegranates and I don't know why. We do love the chocolate covered ones! This recipe looks good so maybe we can give it a try. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Aw David pomegranates are so good for you! Maybe you can find pomegranate seeds sometimes!
      Thanks dear!

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  12. They sound delicious, and very festive too!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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    1. Thanks Betsy, yes I love this recipe!

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  14. nice...i never really had pomegranate until a few years ago...i really love it now...
    we get these chocolate covered poms...mmm...

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    1. This is the perfect time for poms there Brian, are from autum/winter!

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  15. I love the colours...and am sure it tastes just as great as it looks!

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    1. didn't dear ?? Thanks for stopping by!

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  17. Truly an unusual recipe, Gloria. And so perfect for the season!

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  18. This is such a pretty recipe for the holidays! And I love pomegranates! Lovely Gloria!

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  19. Looks absolutely delicious Gloria...perfect for the holidays to come!! Hugs, Mary

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  20. what a great idea!Kisses,dear Gloria!

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  21. I love pomegranates and blueberries so this is my kind of dessert.

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  22. What beautiful jellies for the holidays, Gloria! I love the combination of pomegranate and blueberry.

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  23. Delicious your jelly Gloria. And it is fresh and perfumed with the fruit. Fab for Christmas, great idea thank you!

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    1. Grazie Alidais is simple and delicious!

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  24. What pretty and festive jellies these are!

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  25. Hi Gloria....
    I have never made anything with pomegranates....
    You are truly a genius!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Thanks Linda ! I love this recipe and is really simple!

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  26. I don't know about this one Gloria. Pomegranates don't seem to like me much. It sure does look festive though:)

    Thank you so much for sharing, Gloria...

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    1. Ah Louise you can make only with blueberry juice if you want:)
      Thanks for coming Louise:)

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  27. They are so cute! But my childrens don't like jellies! When i say " Jelly", they pull a face !
    Bises

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    1. Haha! I know but here the twins loved this (by the fruit I think)
      xo

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  28. Molto natalizio e anche gioioso :)
    Un bacio e buon fine settimana.

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    1. Grazie Daniela, buono fine settimana cara.
      Un abbraccio!

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  29. Great combo of flavours! Looks quite festive too x

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  30. It seems delicious! I've never ate jellies o:

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    1. aw Camila thanks! You have to do these jellies are easy and fresh!

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  31. The red pomegranite color really pops out ~ I would love to try this Gloria ~ Thanks and Happy Holidays to you ~

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    1. Thanks Grace to you too!! xoxo

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    2. Hi Gloria, I am doing poetics over at D'verse this Tuesday and I need a bread picture to include in my post. Is it okay to include one of your bread pictures and include a link to your blog?

      Thanks dear ~

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    3. Of course you can use Grace:)
      Im honored dear!
      xo

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  32. pomegranate is so healthy for the heart and blueberry juice is my favourite drink in the whole world :)

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    1. Is absolutely true Dezzy I alwsys heard that about poms:)

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  33. Looks delightful and fresh for a sunny summer afternoon!
    And full of all those antioxidants!
    But will it ever get hot here? It would be perfect except for that cool
    antarctic breeze blowing!

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    1. I frozed pomegranate seeds last winter.
      You have to make the same for next winter but you can make now with blueberry juice and add some blueberries (you have there) or raspberries Lori!
      Here I saw in some stores (like jumbo) pomegrante juice in tins!
      xo

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  34. looks great love all things pomegranate

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  35. What a gorgeous jelly! It would look perfect on our Christmas dinner table :)

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  36. Que buena idea!.....refrescante, delicioso y hermoso para Navidad....me encanto!!.........Abrazotes, Marcela

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  37. Un dessert original et bien gourmand.
    J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  38. A wonderful dessert, Gloria! You make the most yummy looking cold desserts!

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  39. a perfect dessert for Chistmas , un abbraccio !

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  40. But..... but..... if you used blueberry juice, how come they aren't blue? :p

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    1. Ha! But Grumpy you know the bluberries are inside:)))

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  41. What a clever dessert. I've never seen blueberry juice but I want to. I love blueberries and I would love this dessert.

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    1. Aw you will love Maureen!
      I know are in bottles and in tins!

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  42. Hi Gloria,

    These jellies are so pretty in red for Xmas :D

    Zoe

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  43. Que preciosidad Gloria!! seguro que es pura delicia, lo probaré. Besos

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  44. I drink a combination of blueberry and pomegranate juice and I love it. So healthy. This dessert is very festive looking... and fresh! I find it a bit of a battle eating pomegranates - sometimes the seeds are so tough. But I love the red, juicy part!

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