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Leaf gelatine

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lidlicker | 12:02 Fri 18th Dec 2009 | Recipes
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I have never used this and the recipe states *soak the gelatine in water. Melt the chocolate over simmering water. Squeeze the gelatine dry and add to the chocolate mixture and stir to dissolve.
Do the leaves not dissolve? do I take them out leaving the melted gelatine in the pan?
Thanks for any help.

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this may help

http://www.deliaonlin...-to-use-gelatine.html

I also found this on recipes4us.co.uk

To prepare leaf gelatine, soak it in cold water for 4-5 minutes, allowing it to swell. Remove the swollen leaf gelatine from the water and gently squeeze it out. When using in warm dishes add the squeezed out gelatine directly into the warm...
14:11 Fri 18th Dec 2009
this may help

http://www.deliaonlin...-to-use-gelatine.html

I also found this on recipes4us.co.uk

To prepare leaf gelatine, soak it in cold water for 4-5 minutes, allowing it to swell. Remove the swollen leaf gelatine from the water and gently squeeze it out. When using in warm dishes add the squeezed out gelatine directly into the warm liquid and stir until it has completely dissolved. NEVER add gelatine to boiling liquids as this impairs its setting qualities.
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Thank you so much. I will not be afraid to try it now.
You can also microwave leaf gelatine after soaking it for about 10 seconds on high. It melts and then you add the rest of the ingredients to the bowl you microwaved it in and beat it in quickly.

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