Coffee Jelly Salad Made Easy with Mr. Hat Gulaman Coffee


Since I become a stay-at-home Mom, I always make sure to learn and try new dessert recipe every week.









This week, I learned how to make Coffee Jelly Salad.













Making Coffee Jelly Salad is easy. All you need to do is make a coffee jelly and tapioca, slice some mangoes and add them to a cream mixture.









Before, making coffee jelly requires a lot of preparation but with Mr. Hat Gulaman Coffee you don't need to make and add instant coffee on your salad, just open a sachet follow the instructions on how to make Mr. Hat Gulaman Coffee and in a few minutes you have a coffee flavored jelly.









Mr. Hat Gulaman Coffee is affordable too. A sachet of Mr Hat Gulaman Coffee is just Php 13.00 . Mr. Hat Gulaman is available in leading stores nationwide.





Preparing Coffee Jelly Salad would take around an hour but it may be less if you have cooked tapioca already.









INGREDIENTS








For the Jelly or Gulaman









1 sachet Mr. Hat Gulaman Coffee





6 cups of water





1 cup milk (optional)





1 tablespoon white sugar (optional)









For Sago or Tapioca









3/4 cups small sago





4 cups of water





























For cream mixture





1 can condensed milk





1 can all purpose cream





2 cups sliced ripe mango (optional)





1tsp instant coffee (optional)





1 tbs water (optional)












DIRECTION





For the Gulaman or Jelly





1. Pour 6 cups of water on pot.





2. Open a sachet of MR. HAT GULAMAN COFFEE and slowly drizzle it on the pot.





3. Add a cup of evaporated milk and a tablespoon of white sugar.





4. Mix until dissolve.





5. On medium heat, stir the mixture until it boils.





6. Slowly pour on a tray and set aside until firm.





7. Cut the gulaman based on your desired size, then set aside.










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For Sago or Tapioca





1. On medium heat, pour 4 cups of water on a pot and wait for it to boil.





2. Put the sago on the pot





3. Cook for 20 minute. Stir every 5 minutes.





4.After 20 minutes, close the stove and pot. Let the sago rest for 10 minutes.





5. Drain the sago, wash with cold water and set aside









For cream mixture





1. Put a can of condensed milk in the mixing bowl.





2. Add a can of all purpose cream.





3. Mix until smooth then set aside.









For the Coffee Jelly Salad





1. Add gulaman, sago and mangoes in the cream mixture. Mix until all ingredients are incorporated, then set aside.





2. On a glass, add a tablespoon of water and mix it with a teaspoon of instant coffee.





3. Add the coffee mixture to the Coffee Jelly Salad and mix.





4. Cover and chill This recipe is easy to make and is good for 5 to 6 person.





5. Enjoy.









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9 Comments

  1. napakadali lang gumawa ng mga desserts with jelly c/o mr hat gulaman ano? ito din talaga ang go to gulaman ko eh. pero now ko lang nalaman yung coffee flavor na pala sila! will try this soon!

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  2. This looks soooo good! I love mangoes and coffee jelly so this is a sure winner in my books! Everyday ingredients din so it’s an easy recipe to follow. I used to think gulaman had only two flavors or something pero meron din palang coffee! Ma-try nga this weekend.

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  3. Sarap! We love coffee jelly at home but we seem to don’t have the confidence to make it, so we just buy from a nearby store when it’s available. Madali lang pala sya.

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  4. Appreciate you for sharing the recipe! Perfect for hot afternoon cold fix! I have shared this to my cousins and most likely we will try it over the coming weekend. Mr. Gulaman made this recipe easier to prepare.

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  5. Blair villanuevaJune 4, 2021 at 5:49 AM

    Oh I love this dessert! Simple to make but gives a great joy! Now I am craving for this.

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  6. My favorite! I always look for this whenever I attend a celebration. Haha! Now, I can make it at home. Thank you. :))

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  7. I’ll try this version using coffee jelly. I always used tapioca, mango and sago as our dessert. Of course, we never forget yung cream and milk, naku ubos agad sa mga kids.. this will be another version. Thanks for this.

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  8. Never thought mango and coffee would make a good combination. Hmmmm i wonder if masaeap nga ba to? Hahah

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  9. Ganun lang pala kadali gawin iyon. Matry nga this weekend yang recipe mo

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