Thursday, October 04, 2018

Coffee jelly topped with whipped cream and grated chocolate

Coffee jelly, a popular japanese dessert, wiki says, that it is most commonly served restaurants, cafe's and convenience stores. I planned to make a dessert from japanese cuisine and was stunned with many options, there was this honey toast, similar to bunny chow, but all sweet, loaded with all sort of sweeties you can think of. Then there was this popular mochi, i even had the glutinuous rice flour stashed in my freezer. But then i settled for this simple jelly, that can be served with innumerable toppings. 
These cute jiggly jellies made with kanten (sea weed) can be served with milk shakes, ice creams, as garnishes on sundae, topped with condensed milk, the list is on, think of any layered dessert, you can include these jello's in them too.
When i made them, i was not sure whether my kiddos will like them, so i made a small batch of 2 cups distributed into 6 shot glasses. But to my surprise, both of them gobbled the  shots as soon as i finished clicking. They loved the combination of soft cream with the black coffee jello and milk chocolate. I too in that gap tasted 2 spoons, yes just 2 spoons, to satisfy my craving that shoots ip when you look  something as pretty as this!
This is one perfect party pleaser, both kids and adults would love them, see to that you beautifully compliment the black coffee jello with lovely cream and chocolate. I didn't add sugar to the cream, instead used milk chocolate to balance the sweetness, i would recommend adding ganache on top that would definitely oomph this dessert to another level. Go ahead, make these cute shots for your weeked indulgence.
I m sending these cute desserts to Kids Delight-Anniversary party happening @ Srivalli's space.


Source here
Ingredients
2 cups of water 
2-3 tbsp of instant coffee 
1 tsp agar agar flakes
5-6 tbsp of sugar 

For serving
Whipped cream
Dark or milk chocolate 
Mint leaves for garnish
Method
  • Heat 2 cups of water in a sauce pan, when it begins to boil, add agar agar flakes to it and mix well. I used a whisk, whisk until it dissolves.
  • Take it off the heat, add instant coffee and sugar to it  and mix well until the sugar dissolves.
  • Let this mixture sit on the counter for 5 minutes, then pour it small shot glasses or any other bowl you plan to serve it.
  • Cling wrap the individual shot glasses/bowls and refrigerate atleast 6 hours until serve.
  • Just before serving, remove the shot glasses/bowls from the refrigerator, remove the cling wrap.
  • Top it with generous swirl of whipped cream, add some grated milk chocolate and touch of contrast with some fresh mint leaves, sit back and enjoy the dessert!

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26 comments:

  1. I wanted to make coffee jelly for my daughter but that was a filed attempt. Your recipe sounds so good. And it looks fabulous. My daughter would prefer the ganache over whipped cream.

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  2. Wow... Coffee jelly topped with whipped cream and chocolate sounds amazing and looks so delish as well !!! Will definitely try this sometime.

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  3. Coffee jelly was a regular for me in Malaysia for the hot weather. Totally forgot about it once i came over to this cold winds. your post now makes me crave for more.

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  4. Coffee jelly is my my favorite during hot summers. Topping of whipped cream and chocolate makes it more tastier I am sure.

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  5. Interesting recipe.. I have never tasted coffee jelly. Must try it.Looks good.

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  6. I just love coffee anytime and this desert of coffee jelly sounds so tempting that to with agar agar, just too good.

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  7. Coffee jelly looks fabulous. Loved your click. Thanks for the detailed recipe. Awesome share.

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  8. What a perfect dessert for coffee lovers, beautifully presented and so tempting.

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  9. I have been drooling over the pics ever since they showed up on my fb feed. Making it for my kids who will eat anything Japanese.

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  10. Coffee jelly looks so delish and such an innovative one. Awesome.

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  11. I have never tried a coffee jelly but looking at your pics , I am tempted to try out for myself. Thanks for the share.

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  12. Coffee jelly looks fabulous. Loved your clicks as well :) must be hit for any coffee lover !!

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  13. Very innovative and perfect dessert. Bookmarked it. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  14. amazzing, this coffee jelly topped with whipped creame looks perfect. I just want to grab one and read my favourite book. Great share Priya.

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  15. Sounds very innovative Priya. The pictures look amazing.

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  16. Oh wow. This coffee jelly is so attractive. Heard about this dessert, but never tried it. Simple recipe, quick to make and I guess with a little bit of patience, we get this amazing one. I should definitely give a try. Adding agar agar flakes to my shopping list right now. Lovely capture, It's a real visual treat. Thanks for the share.

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  17. Lovely pictures Priya and the coffee jelly sounds interesting. Though I am not a fan of coffee, am sure my hubby would love this.

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  18. Ever since I saw your clicks on IG, it has been tempting me... it can be a perfect keto dessert too! I must make these soon...

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  19. Who can resist to this beautiful jelly dessert. I just love jellies anytime, am sure this delectable dessert will definitely please my tastebuds.

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  20. Very beautifully captured. The clicks are making even me, a no coffee person dream about this dessert.

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  21. Oh wow! That coffee jelly looks amazing and with the whipped cream on top and shaved chocolate, it is a treat. Beautiful recipe Priya!

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  22. I would never have thought of coffee jelly - now that is definitely a unique flavor for it - but what a novel dessert to introduce - thanks Priya

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  23. Oh my, your clicks are tempting me to reach into the screen and grab one of those cute little glasses :-) Coffee jelly sounds yummy!!

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  24. Never heard about coffee jelly. It must be yummy....I can smell coffee just by looking at your pics and getting tempted

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  25. Priya, the pictures are stunning yaar, can't take my eyes off it..very nicely set and served!..would surely want to make this sometime..

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  26. OMG, that is so delicious. I am coffee fan and would love to make this as a dessert. Yum

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