Friday, September 2, 2011

Jujubes Candies

We all would have tasted atleast once this wonderful chewy jujubes candies in our life, i reproduced the same tasty candies at home, they were quite easy to prepare at home and definitely nothing will beat the homemade food stuffs na..You can add lemon juice,orange juice or strawberry puree to give different flavours to this fruity gelatin based treats..Needless to say this candies are quite addictive, you wont stop munching them if you prepare them at home..I used gelatin sheets for making this candies with orange juice and orange food colour..5 gelatin sheets are equal to one pouch of gelatin powder, coz gelatin sheets are quite easy to use and give a accurate measurement, thats the reason i used them, you can use very well gelatin powder as well..Am sure that kids at home will definitely enjoy this irresistible candies..


25nos Gelatin sheets (cut as thin strips)
1cup Sugar
1/4cup Water
1/2cup Orange juice (fresh & thick)
Orange food colour (as per need)
Sugar for coating
Butter to grease the mould

Take the water,sugar,gelatin papers together in a heavy bottomed pan,heat them and stir continously until the mixture turns as transparent syrup and put off the stove, add the orange juice and orange food colour to the syrup,stir well...Meanwhile grease any sort of mould with butter,pour this gelatin-sugar syrup to the greased mould and let them cool atleast for 5-6hours..

Remove the cooled candies from the mould and roll them in sugar and keep them aside again for an hour..Arrange them in an air tightened box and enjoy..

42 comments:

  1. i am so amazed that u made these at home!..thats too good!! they are surely wonderful!

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  2. you kidding me? made them at home? wow you amazing lady jujubes, takes me to childhood days i LOVE them

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  3. Wow.. home made jujups :) Loving the idea by itself and they look just too perfect :)

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  4. My hubby likes this a lot... Will try it for him

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  5. I found these in a magazine...looks YUMM..beautifully done priya

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  6. I remember we used to love this when i was living back home. This looks perfect.

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  7. Gosh.. these candies remind me my school days. Love em :D Thanks for sharing

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  8. they look so cute n lovely, i used to have so much when i was a kid :)

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  9. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  10. Amazing....
    I love those candies....will be trying them for sure :)

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  11. De beaux bonbons qu'on a envie de croquer.
    25nos = ??????????????
    A très bientôt

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  12. wowo home made jujups..yummoooo

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  13. wow...such a tempting click...Thanks for sharing...

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  14. Like the name itself, reminds me "pate de fruits" we get in Paris. Kids should them :)

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  15. Love these candies,great job dear..looks perfect

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  16. Wow.. home made jujups :)looks very colorful and yummy...

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  17. Love these yummy chewy bright candies.

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  18. Oh wow..Hearing that it's homemade really wants to try immediately..Kalakureenga Priya..

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  19. Those candies are so bright and beautiful. The color is gorgeous.

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  20. very yummy and tempting ones...
    www.rajafood.blogspot.com

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  21. Ilove this Priya and it looks so yummy!!!!

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  22. wow Priya, you made these at home! i love these chewy candies. You have so many great ideas for kiddie treats!

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  23. My favourite.
    Lovely colour. have to try this.

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  24. This is my mom's favorite Priya .. looks yummy.

    Vardhini
    Event: Herbs and Flowers - Garlic

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  25. wow, these are home made. looks wonderful. bookmarking as my kids love them so much.

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  26. Never tried making them but yours looks perfect and yummy!


    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  27. Priya,
    Thats amazing ..looks so perfest..thanks for sharing the recipe..hugs and smiles

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  28. looks so yummy. send me some. Nice colour too.

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  29. Amazing...didn't even think in the wildest of my dreams that they can be made at home. Mu hubby's favourite...have to give him a big surprise one of these days. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  30. Oooo..Wow...How I loved them as a kid..and still do!!! Feel like grabbing them & popping them into my mouth!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  31. This is the ultimate ...did not know can make these at home...u r simply amazing...love these from child hood days....ummmah...lovely recipe..

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  32. Never knew we can make this at home..looks very appealing

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  33. Love these..Cheapest and the best candies ever !! Great one.. :)

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  34. OMG! These are THAT simple?! Great! :D
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    Kavi, Edible Entertainment
    (www.myedibles.blogspot.com)

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  35. wow ! priya tht looks amazing..i want to have them right away..yumm

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  36. You have got it so so cute and perfect love it!

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  37. You made this at home? wow! Looks so good!

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