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Eggs in Gelatin II

Eggs

Eggs in Gelatin II
Ingredients:
6 iron eggs, cut in half
5 Tablespoons pickled ginger, cut in thin slices
4 Tablespoons gelatin powder
3 Tablespoons sugar
Preparation:
1. Prepare twelve glass jelly cups or similar molds putting half an egg cut side down, in center and some ginger around the edge.
2. Mix gelatin with two tablespoons cool water and set aside for ten minutes until it swells. Then add one cup boiling water and stir until dissolved. Carefully pour some into each cup not dislodging the egg nor the ginger. Then chill, covered, in the refrigerator until set.
3. Very quickly dip one cup into warm, not hot water, then using a thin spatula, loosen the edge and flip over onto a serving plate. Quickly return to the refrigerator. Repeat until all are loosened and removed, then serve.
Note: If replacing iron eggs with preserved duck eggs, peel the eggs, then drop in boiling water for one to two minutes. Remove and dry the eggs, then make recipe as indicated above. No nutrient analysis provided as it depends upon which eggs and how many are used.

                                                                                                                                                       
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