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Jelly Slice


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Ingredients

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Jelly Slice

  • 2 Packets Milk Arrowroot biscuits, Canuse others in your pantry if you have them.
  • 380 grams Butter
  • 2 teaspoons icing sugar
  • 3 packets of raspberry jelly
  • 2 Tins condensed Milk
  • 30 grams Gelatine powder
  • 5 Lemons juiced
  • rind off 1 lemon
  • 440 grams hot water
  • 440 grams hot water
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Recipe's preparation

    Base
  1. Mill lemon rind for 20 seconds on speed 8. Set aside


    Place biscuits and icing sugar in bowl and crush for 5 seconds on speed 8.


    Set aside. Weigh butter and heat for 3 minutes 90 C on speed 3. Set Dough mode for 30 seconds and feed biscuits through hole in TM lid and mix until combined. Place in large deep lamington tin.  I use a tupperware rectangle slice container which is perfect. Press down biscuits firmly and refridgerate.


     


     

  2. Jelly Topping
  3. Pour hot  water into clean TM bowl. Heat for 3 minutes on 90 C speed 2 and add jelly crystals through Tm lid. Stir until dissolved. Set aside in another bowl and refridgerate until SLIGHTLY set.

  4. Custard Filling
  5. Pour in water and heat for 2 minutes 90 c speed 3. Add gelatine to water and dissolve while stirring. Once gelatine has dissolved add condensed milk, lemon rind and lemon juice mix for 30 seconds on speed 4.


    Pour custard over the biscuit base and refridgerate. Allow to set.


    Once the jelly has SLIGHTLY set pour carefully over the custard mixture and refridgerate for at least 3 hours

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  • Easy and delicious. I halved the recipe and made...

    Submitted by Grumpymum on 16. March 2018 - 12:50.

    Easy and delicious. I halved the recipe and made with green jelly for a cricket pitch on a birthday cake. I now have requests for it to be made for St. Patricks Day! Thanks for sharing the recipe Smile

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  • Incredible and easy

    Submitted by Tegan-wells on 27. September 2017 - 16:21.

    Incredible and easy

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  • there is condensed milk (*aka evaporated milk) and...

    Submitted by MerrilyW on 27. June 2017 - 21:42.

    there is condensed milk (*aka evaporated milk) and there is sweetened condensed milk - which one is in this recipe please?

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  • This is perfect.

    Submitted by So.jam on 24. February 2017 - 16:15.

    This is perfect.

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  • I forgot to mention - I

    Submitted by Miss Lil on 30. December 2015 - 15:27.

    I forgot to mention - I didn't have enough lemons, so instead added 12 tablespoons of lemon juice that I had in the fridge.  You could easily add more to suit your own taste tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Wonderful recipe - thankyou! 

    Submitted by Miss Lil on 30. December 2015 - 15:25.

    Wonderful recipe - thankyou!  I made the full recipe in a lamington tray as suggested, and it was devoured at our family Christmas lunch.  The slice was delicious, although next time I might reduce the biscuit base to make it a little bit thinner (our little ones struggled a bit with the thick base).  With that small change, I will definitely be making this over and over again - it tastes just like the recipe my nanna used to make tmrc_emoticons.)  Thankyou Jeanette tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I am gonna try this in half

    Submitted by renee3666 on 17. July 2015 - 11:49.

    I am gonna try this in half size, i only have one packet of jelly

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  • When you say Tupperware

    Submitted by KateNorris on 21. December 2014 - 10:34.

    When you say Tupperware rectangular slice container, is it the small one (that comes as a pair) or the large one you use?

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  • I have made this quite a few

    Submitted by Evelyn 0610 on 4. December 2014 - 08:31.

    I have made this quite a few times now.  I use strawberry jelly and add a layer of sliced strawberies on top of the custard layer before putting on the jelly ... needles to say it doesn't last very long!!

     

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  • Great recipe! made 2 slices.

    Submitted by lovethermomixing on 23. June 2014 - 21:48.

    Great recipe! made 2 slices. I would add more water to the jelly as it wasnt quite enough to cover the 2. 

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  • Great amount, is a hit every

    Submitted by AinsleyPark on 9. April 2014 - 21:09.

    Great amount, is a hit every time.

     

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  • This is a great mega slice,

    Submitted by Sharee Head on 24. December 2013 - 08:49.

    This is a great mega slice, so glad I made it, perfect for Christmas. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • such a hit at all the kids

    Submitted by stace1627 on 29. November 2013 - 00:20.

    such a hit at all the kids xmas partie

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  • Yes , I have used 2 packets

    Submitted by Jeanette Pearce on 26. October 2013 - 23:35.

    Yes , I have used 2 packets before and used less water so it still sets firmly. So pleased the adults liked it.

     

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  • The biscuits weigh 250g per

    Submitted by Jeanette Pearce on 26. October 2013 - 23:34.

    The biscuits weigh 250g per packet. You can use less biscuits for a thinner base. I would suggest you make it first and then modify later. this is a whopper of a slice as it is in demand when you start sharing it amongst others. Enjoy.

     

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  • The biscuits weigh 250g per

    Submitted by Jeanette Pearce on 26. October 2013 - 23:33.

    The biscuits weigh 250g per packet. You can use less biscuits for a thinner base. I would suggest you make it first and then modify later. this is a whopper of a slice as it is in demand when you start sharing it amongst others. Enjoy.

     

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  • Nice work.  I'm trying but a

    Submitted by al on 9. October 2013 - 00:52.

    Nice work.  I'm trying but a bit hiss and miss re guessing tin size etc.  I always appreciate weights of ingredients too so I'm not guessing if I'm substituting.  I know it's going to be awesome as I've been tasting.  Happy daughters here in the morning.  Thanks tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • I made two slices out of

    Submitted by Sweetiemum on 30. August 2013 - 15:43.

    I made two slices out of this! Score! Tin size was approx 30x22cm. Yumo!

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  • Great tasting.  I only use 1

    Submitted by poppy rose on 27. August 2013 - 17:18.

    Great tasting.  I only use 1 packet of milk arrowroot biscuits, i find 2 packets makes the base to thick.  I also use 600 ml of hot water with the jelly, to make the jelly thicker on top.

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  • I want to make this but don't

    Submitted by Mcarabs on 20. March 2013 - 21:44.

    I want to make this but don't know what weight for the biscuits since we don't have those where I live.  Want to use digestive but need weight, thanks

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  • I only used two packets of

    Submitted by contraryro on 25. February 2013 - 20:22.

    I only used two packets of jelly instead of three and it was perfect. A bigger hit with the adults than the kids!

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  • Hi Jo, hope the jelly slice

    Submitted by Jeanette Pearce on 6. April 2012 - 21:40.

    Hi Jo,

    hope the jelly slice turned out well. tmrc_emoticons.8)

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  • going to make this today

    Submitted by Jo Blake on 18. March 2012 - 09:35.

    tmrc_emoticons.) going to make this today

    Joanne Blake

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  • not sure about the freezing

    Submitted by Jeanette Pearce on 11. March 2012 - 12:27.

    not sure about the freezing of this. I have not done it. It may make the jelly go runny. Worth a try though.

     

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  • Is this suitable to freeze?

    Submitted by vintagerose on 8. March 2012 - 06:49.

    Is this suitable to freeze?

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  • Hope you enjoy it Karen, It

    Submitted by Jeanette Pearce on 12. February 2012 - 17:38.

    Hope you enjoy it Karen, It makes a very large size slice. Enough to feed quite a gathering. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • :) :)  this sounds fantastic,

    Submitted by karen.w on 9. February 2012 - 22:18.

    tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.)  this sounds fantastic, can't wait to try it. 

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