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Fizzy Jelly - can this be made?

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Limer Tue 03-Sep-19 21:39:11

I'd like to make a jelly that's fizzy when it's eaten. If I made a normal jelly, but melted the cubes with half the boiling water, then left to cool, then mixed with half the lemonade (maybe add some fresh fruit) - would this be fizzy when eaten?

I don't think it'll work, which is why I'm asking the experts here. If it did work, I'd like to try it with Prosecco rather than lemonade. Anybody tried something like this?

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gorrisandhorace Tue 03-Sep-19 21:43:36

No because the fizz comes from air?
But I think you could have a fizzy on the tongue effect by adding something acidic/ sherbetish?

ElektraUnchained Tue 03-Sep-19 21:44:31

My ex-SIL used to make lime jelly with half vodka half lemonade and they were lush and fizzy.

BikeRunSki Tue 03-Sep-19 21:49:07

this recipe sugguests it is. I think the alcohol in Prosecco will make it harder to set - might need longer/colder than usual.

TheBrockmans Tue 03-Sep-19 21:50:10

It does taste fizzy if you mix it with lemonade and I am guessing prosecco, though my dc's parents probably wouldn't like me doing that. I melt the jelly in the microwave for a minute, no water then add lemonade instead of water immediately while jelly still hot and mix well.

TheBrockmans Tue 03-Sep-19 21:52:31

Dc's friend's parents

SecretLimonadeDrinker Tue 03-Sep-19 21:55:52

I use third of the water and leave to cool. Then make up with cold lemonade. Always fizzy and gets compliments!

gorrisandhorace Tue 03-Sep-19 21:58:55

I stand corrected! I must try this !

Limer Wed 04-Sep-19 08:33:19

Many thanks everyone! I'll give it a try.

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drspouse Wed 04-Sep-19 10:41:28

Wow, that sounds really fun! Must give it a go some time.

ThorosOfMyr Wed 04-Sep-19 10:48:29

Works well - I've done one with summer fruits and Prosecco - think it's s Jamie Oliver recipe - works well.

ThorosOfMyr Wed 04-Sep-19 10:48:57

Just repeated myself there!

LoreleiRock Sat 07-Sep-19 03:18:02

It does go fizzy with lemonade, but cannot be made in advance because it loses the fizz quickly, so only good that day.

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