Powdered gelatin (the type that doesn't require any soaking)
If you're using yuzu tea with large yuzu skin chunks, then chop it up roughly. I usually use kitchen scissors to cut mine - this reduces the amount of things I need to wash.
Add yuzu tea and 50 ml soda into a small pan. Heat and stir. When the edges become bubbly, remove from the heat. Do not let it boil.
Shake in the powdered gelatin, and mix well with a rubber spatula. When it's mixed evenly, add the remaining 30 ml of soda and mix.
Pour the mixture into a container. After it cools down, chill in the fridge to harden. Since I don't own any silicone molds, I usually use a milk carton.
The great thing about milk cartons is that I can cut it open or dismantle it when the gummies are hard to take out. Please cut the gummies into preferred sizes, and enjoy.
Pack in storage containers to keep in the fridge.
Here's my recipe for the yuzu tea. Recipe ID: 2158447
Story Behind this Recipe
We're close to the end of yuzu tea season. I made this recipe in hope to use it all up.
These gummies are rather soft. If you like it hard, please add more gelatin. I recommend you use soda that's not too cold. It's better if it's about room temperature. You can also use jam instead of yuzu tea.