Coffee Jelly

(American) (British) (Japanese)

coffee, sugar, gelatin

Coffee jelly (コーヒーゼリー, kōhī zerī) is a jelly dessert flavoured with coffee and sugar. Although once common in British and American cookbooks, it is now most common in Japan, where it can be found in most restaurants and convenience stores. Coffee jelly can be made using an instant mix or from scratch. It is served in restaurants and cafés.

Modified Oct. 11, 2020

Created Oct. 11, 2020 by: atasneem

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