How to Use Good Factory Gelatine for Perfectly Set gelatin Desserts

Chef: Alright, let’s get started on making the perfect gelatin dessert.

Student: What do I need to do?

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Chef: First, you’ll need to get some good factory gelatine. This is the key ingredient for making a perfectly set gelatin dessert.

Student: What kind of gelatine should I get?

Chef: Look for a gelatine that is unflavored and unflavored. This will ensure that the flavor of your dessert isn’t overpowered by the gelatine.

Student: How much gelatine should I use?

Chef: Generally, you’ll want to use one envelope of gelatine for every two cups of liquid. This will give you a nice, firm set.

Student: What else do I need to do?

Chef: Once you have your gelatine, you’ll need to bloom it. To do this, sprinkle the gelatine over the cold liquid and let it sit for about five minutes. This will help the gelatine dissolve more evenly.

Student: What do I do after that?

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Chef: After the gelatine has bloomed, you’ll need to heat the liquid until it’s just about to boil. Then, you can add the gelatine and stir until it’s completely dissolved. Once the gelatine is dissolved, you can add the rest of your ingredients and pour the mixture into a mold.

Student: How long do I need to let it set?

Chef: You’ll want to let the gelatin set for at least four hours in the refrigerator. This will ensure that it’s completely set and ready to enjoy.

Student: Got it! Thanks for the help.

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Product Name: Gelatin Powder
Use type: Functions such as gelation, foaming, stability, thickening, adhesion, and emulsification.
Shelf Life: 2 Years
Content: Animals Skin/Bone
CAS No.: 9000-70-8
Other Names: Edible gelatin/Gelatin Powder/Gelatine
Model Number: 240 Bloom-260 Bloom
Particle Size: 8-60 Mesh
Minimum order quantity: 500 Kilograms
HS CODE: 3503001000
Package: 25Kg packing bag
Instruction for use: Dissolve in water according to the use proportion

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