Craft of the day – Edible spheres

From America’s Test Kitchen, the process is called spherification. It’s what chef’s in trendy restaurants do to jazz up their dishes, and you can do it at home!

Doesn’t this look like fun? Just the thing for a snow day with the kids. If you have the following items in your pantry, and a few kitchen utensils, you are all set:

Gelatin
Salt
Vegetable Oil

Ice and water are also needed, but that shouldn’t be a problem.

A full list of the requirements and the steps required, can be found HERE.

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7 Responses to Craft of the day – Edible spheres

  1. stella says:

    Here’s my new favorite YouTube person doing the same thing, but using agar instead of gelatin:

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  2. czarowniczy says:

    Thank heaven they moved away from that irritating use of liquid nitrogen as a preparatory agent and condiment.

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  3. JTR says:

    Sort of looks like caviar! Very decorative, and a tasty kind of weird.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. TOG&C says:

    These are fascinating! I’ve seen these on youtube. What a fun post 🙂 Thanks

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