Turmeric Latte Jelly
I love the Insider Club for so many reasons and playing around with new partnership ingredients is one of the reasons! LOOK at how pretty these are!! I may have to put them into a real book! I loved them. They are also completely delicious and of course are starring one of my fave ingredients by default, good ole turmeric!
The Turmeric Latte Blend I used is from Golden Grind, an Australian created and owned company and their story is quite inspiring. Although to the founders, it’s actually not about the packaging, branding or ‘being cool” at all. Quite the contrary. You will notice the absolute focus for Golden Grind is placed on the quality of each and every product. They have invested time and energy on ensuring the best scientists, developers and manufactures in Australia will hand craft each and every product to make it THE BEST it can be. They do body products as well as their amazing foodie range. Check out their products and grab a pack, bag, tube or tub because it looks great, but also be truly amazed by the superior medicinal elements of Golden Grind offerings.
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- 2 egg yolks
- 80 Grams raw caster sugar BUY
- 2 Teaspoons Golden Grind Turmeric Latte Mix BUY
- 450 Milliliters whole milk
- 1 Tablespoon flavourless gelatin
- 50 Grams water, room temperature
- few freeze dried raspberry pieces to garnish
- few edible flowers to garnish
Place yolks, sugar, turmeric latte mix, sugar and milk into the Thermomix bowl and cook 8 min/80°C/speed 4.
Stir the gelatine into the water and allow to bloom.
Add gelatine to the Thermomix bowl and blend 20 sec/speed 6. (You can strain this before setting by pouring through a sieve if you want a cleaner finish on the colour of the jelly.)
Divide between dariole moulds and refrigerate for several hours until set.
Un-mould and serve with raspberries and flowers.
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