I used the leftover strawberry syrup from making strawberry jam.
Soak gelatin in water for 10-20 minutes. Dissolve fully in a double boiler.
Combine strawberry syrup and the same amount of lemon juice. Add the dissolved gelatin and mix thoroughly.
Pour the jelly mixture into a glass or a cup. Remove bubbles on the surface. If you have any strawberries, press them into the jelly. Chill in the fridge.
I made mine in a Picardie glass No need to use a mold. So jiggly! Jellies are nice to eat.
A shot of me eating it. This strawberry jelly is so soft and jiggly! That color is wholly natural It's the color of strawberries!
Story Behind this Recipe
I always make strawberry jam around April. When I have any leftover syrup, I stock them up to serve with steamed bread or to make sweets and desserts That's when I made this pretty strawberry jelly It's so jiggly.
I didn't use a mold, but if you want to, increase the amount of gelatin (in that case, it won't be so jiggly). Be careful because the jelly will gradually become firm when it's chilled for too long.