Organic Gelatin Powder, 30g/1.06oz
Gelatin is a pure and easily digestible protein containing collagen, providing as many as 18 amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins. It can be taken for dietetic treatments. For more information Click Here.
Gelatin is also used to gel a multitude of dishes, from desserts to hearty side dishes to drinks. It is naturally clear –unflavoured, no colouring added, easy to use.
√ Fat Free
√ Gluten Free
√ Cholesterol Free
Add 1 pouch powder to gel 500 ml (2cups) of liquid.
Ingredients: Certified Organic Porcine Gelatin
Package includes 3 pouches - each 10g/0.35oz
UPC: 6 87789 12511 9
How to use GoBIO! Gelatin Powder
2 teaspoons of GoBIO! Gelatin will gel 2 cups of liquid. For creams containing egg yolks no more than 1 1/2 tsp. are required.
For cold mixtures place gelatin and liquid in a saucepan and let it melt at very low heat while stirring. If you use a microwave for melting, turn to the highest power level and let it melt for 10 seconds. Add some tablespoons of the cold mixture you want to gel to the dissolved gelatine and stir. Then add the rest of the cold dish, constantly stirring.
For hot mixtures simply add the gelatin to the hot mixture, stir, the gelatin will dissolve instantly.
Important: never add gelatin to boiling liquids otherwise the gelatin will lose its gelling quality.
After preparation place the dish in a refrigerator (not in the freezer!). The gelling time ranges from a few minutes to several hours depending on the recipe. For turning the dish out of the mould or for cutting it after gelling,we recommend to cool it overnight.
Desserts or cakes which have been prepared with cream or eggs are especially suitable for freezing. We also recommend to put jellied meats or jellied fruits or vegetables and wine jellies in the freezer.
Turning the jelly out of its mould
To reveal the glossy shine of your jelly and to present it in the most appealing way, we recommend to turn it out of the mould. This works quite well if you use heat-conducting baking tins or pudding bowls. Dip a knife into warm water to separate the jelly from the mould. Dip mould into hot water (120-140 F or 50 –60 º C); rinse plate with cold water, cover mould with plate and turn upside down. Shake – ready to eat!!