It’s been a long time since I made jelly and custard. My little one wanted to eat jelly and hubby wanted custard. I wanted both jelly and custard. Thus, I had planned a jelly custard shot recipe for Valentine’s Day, but due to office work and daily calls I just could not find time to cook this recipe and make something my family loved.
Thanks to the Monday morning blues. Last Monday I just did not feel like going to office. But somehow I got ready, packed my laptop, caught the metro and reached office on time. Soon after reaching office, I saw the sleepy faces of my colleagues and very soon I realized that the internet connection was down due to network failure and would take long time to get fixed. That very moment, I decided to sneak out of office, go home and do something that I love to do. Yes! Believe me. I caught the metro and reached home. Found the jelly and custard packets lying on the kitchen shelf looking at me desperately. I quickly checked the fridge and found that I have all the ingredients at hand.
I cooked the jelly and custard separately for making these jelly custard shots. Chilled them in the refrigerator. Clicked pictures and then I waited for my hubby and kid to come home to enjoy a lovely surprise. Oh Yes! They were indeed surprised.
More than any celebration, I was happy because I did something which was not a part of my daily routine. I did not even attend the daily status call in the evening. But I enjoyed cooking more dishes. I cooked some more dishes, painted some boards for food photography and really enjoyed my day alone in the peace and comfort of my beautiful home.
To have that perfect celebration, I also served Golfer’s Shot in tulip-shaped glass. This glass is narrow at top which allows aromas to fully express themselves. Just add a drop of water to release the aromas and appreciate the full bouquet of a golfer’s shot whisky. It is made with sheer amount of consideration for quality. Golfer’s Shot is the perfect drink for all sublime moments in life which are worth of special celebrations.
My family went ga ga over these jelly custard shots. At the end of the day I was very content that I did something which I love the most. I found solitude for the day by bunking all the responsibilities at office. The jelly custard shots were #WorthAshot and made my day.
Interested in creating shots out of jelly and custard? You can find the recipe below:
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- 1 packet (90 grams) strawberry jelly crystals
- 3 cups water
- 2 tablespoon vanilla custard powder
- 4 tablespoon sugar
- 500 ml milk you can take 2 and 1/2 cups milk
- 3 strawberries sliced, for garnish
- Prepare the jelly first as you would need it to get set. After preparing jelly, prepare custard.
Prepare the jelly as per instructions on the packet.
- According to my jelly packet first mix the jelly crystals and the hardening agent in a mixing bowl.
- Pour 3 cups of hot boiling water over it.
- Mix well and let it cool down. Do not refrigerate it at this time.
Prepare the custard as per the instructions on the packet:
- Pour milk in a saucepan and let it boil on low flame.
- While the milk is boiling, take a small bowl and add 2 tablespoon custard powder to it. Add 3 tablespoon of warm milk to it and make a smooth paste. Keep it aside.
- Just when the milk is about to boil or when bubbles start appearing at the sides, add sugar and stir well.
- Pour the custard paste into the milk and stir well for 5 minutes on low flame.
- The custard will start thickening.
- Switch off the gas and let it cool under the fan.