>Elderflower and vodka jelly


No, this is not a “sulphure” as in the decorative paper weights collected by Colette but a fresh pansy encased in a vodka and elderflower jelly! The bluebells and wild flowers of the Channel Islands have inspired a dish that encapsulated both the fragrances and colours of spring… Try it for yourself:
Ingredients list:
Elderflower cordial
fresh edible flowers such as pansies or violets
Powdered jelly
The easiest way is to start into a measuring jug and go up a mark with each ingredient until you make a pint (600ml).
Boil fresh water and pour 100ml of it into the jug. Dilute one sachet of jelly into it (or enough for 1 pint).
Add elderflower cordial up to the 300ml mark. Then top up to the 400ml mark with cold water, then to the 600ml point with vodka.
Let it cool, then pour into a jelly mould or directly into small cocktail glasses and store until set in the fridge.
This is a dreamy, flowery, poetic thing that will impress even your mother-in-law!
-This I dedicate to my mother and father-in-law who made me discover the delights of springtime on Sark, a gorgeous little paradise in the British isles… So close to France I could almost touch the coast!

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  1. Pingback: Best of British- mes recettes favorites en VF | travels around my kitchen

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