Moroccan Mint Tea Jellies

Make these individual jellies using mint leaves and green tea for a refreshing end to a meal
Moroccan Mint Tea Jellies
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Moroccan Mint Tea Jellies
July 22, 2019
Preparation Time 5 minutes (plus setting time)
Cooking Time 10 minutes
Serves 6-8
PHOTO BY Hein Van Tonder
RECIPE BY Katelyn Allegra
FOOD STYLING BY Katelyn Allegra & Cassandra Upton


6g gelatine leaves
1 tbsp loose green tea
1.25L boiling water
30g spinneysFOOD Fresh Mint
75g spinneysFOOD Extra Fine Caster Sugar, or to taste

To serve

spinneysFOOD Fresh Mint


  • 1

    Place the gelatine leaves in a small bowl filled one third of the way with ice water and leave to soften for 10 minutes

  • 2

    Place the green tea and mint leaves in a medium-sized jug or bowl, add the boiling water and leave to steep for 4 minutes

  • 3

    Strain the tea and stir the sugar and soaked gelatine leaves into the hot liquid

  • 4

    Evenly distribute the mixture between 6 (250ml capacity) glasses

  • 5

    Place in the fridge for at least 4 hours or until the gelatine has set

  • 6

    Serve garnished with fresh mint sprigs, if desired


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