With 200 milliliters of a sour orange juice, an equal amount of sugar, and 7 grams of agar agar powder, these orange jelly candies can be made without gelatin.
Indonesia-based Vinostar Channel makes it look easy, but getting the right consistency for cooling, as well as the rolling the jelly candy, will definitely take a bit of practice.
The sprinkled powdered sugar is optional, but it might help contain the sticky. Plus, a bit of citric acid will add a sour taste to the jelly candy if you’re trying to balance a sweet orange juice.
And make sure your knife is sharp for clean slices.
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