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| | Rinde 15 porciones Ingredientes:
Para la gelatina transparente:
40 gr o 4 cucharadas o 5 sobres de grenetina Duché
1 taza de agua fría
1 litro de agua
300 gr de azúcar refinada
10 ml de esencia Duché sabor piña
1/8 de cucharadita de ácido cítrico

Para la gelatina inyectable:
20 gr o 2 cucharadas o 3 sobres de grenetina Duché
½ taza de agua fría
½ litro de agua
50 gr de azúcar
8 cucharadas de leche en polvo
5 ml de esencia Duché sabor coco
Colorante vegetal rosa y verdeUtensilios:
10 copas neveras de plástico
10 moldes de media naranja de plástico
1 jeringa
1 trapo húmedoManera de Preparar :

Para la gelatin transparente, hidrata la grenetina Duché en el agua fría hasta que esponje. Calienta el agua restante con el azúcar sin que llegue a hervir, retira y agrega la grenetina hidratada sin dejar de mover para que se disuelva. Deja tibiar e integra la esencia Duché sabor piña y el ácido cítrico. Vierte hasta la mitad de las copas y a tres cuartas partes de los moldes de media naranja; refrigera todo a punto firme. Para la gelatina inyectable, repite el procedimiento para hidratar la grenetina Duché. Hierve el resto del agua con el azúcar; retira, añade la grenetina hidratada, luego la leche en polvo y mueve hasta desaparecer los grumos; integra la esencia Duché sabor coco. Divide la gelatina en dos partes, una píntala de rosa y la otra de verde. Para hacer las flores, carga la jeringa con gelatina rosa, introdúcela en los moldes de media naranja y forma los pétalos dándole el tamaño deseado a la flor. Limpia el sobrante con el trapo. Carga nuevamente la jeringa con color verde y forma las hojas con la aguja un poco doblada. Luego forma los tallos en la gelatina de las copas. Refrigera todo hasta que cuajen.
Desmolda las flores de los moldes de media naranja y acomódalas en las copas. | |…...

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