Bebs says: April 29, 2020 at 11:55 pm Hi Bea, will do! Put some whipped cream on top of the jelly … Cool them in the refrigerater. Stir well on low heat until sugar dissolves. Once it starts to simmer add coffee powder and stir until it dissolves. Generally, Japanese coffee jelly is served in cubes covered with sweetened heavy cream (yum!). In a bowl, combine 2 cup milk,1/2 tsp coffee powder, condensed milk and fresh cream. Reply. That is one unusual way to add milk to your coffee! Strain the mixture and pour into four cups. In the jelly-state, you can then cut into cubes. Kohii Zerii, or Japanese coffee jelly, is one of their unique coffee creations. Cut set gelatin into 1-inch cubes and divide into serving cups. Japanese Coffee Jelly Recipe. Tysm and more powers. Coffee jelly is one of the desserts which brings me back memories. Mix coffee, sugar, and the gelatin in a sauce pan. As I mentioned, it has two layers. Coffee was introduced to the Japanese by the Dutch around the year 1700, and for the past 50 years, coffee roasters and cafes have made a massive surge in popularity. I hate instant coffee. Thank you for this recipe. Refreshing dessert made of freshly brewed coffee and gelatin powder. Get full Japanese Coffee Jelly Recipe ingredients, how-to directions, calories and nutrition review. I made coffee jelly dessert for my dad’s birthday. There are so many excellent choices for coffee in Japan! Enjoy the best summer dessert! Hope you could make more easy-to-prepare or go-to dessert recipe perfect for summer! Thanks for the 5 stars.. Stir until blended. The top part being the coffee jelly which you make by bringing to simmer water, agar-agar powder and sugar. Rate this Japanese Coffee Jelly recipe with 2 cups coffee, 1 tbsp gelatin powder, 2 tbsp sugar, whipped cream, for topping Cubed coffee jelly is also delicious topped with whipped cream, garnished with a sprig of mint, a tiny coffee bean, or sprinkled with espresso powder. Quick and authentic Japanese coffee Jelly recipe with condensed milk cream. You then transfer it into a baking dish and cool down until it sets into a jelly. Now the usual way to make this coffee is with water to which one adds instant coffee. I got this recipe from the wonderful Nami from Just One Cookbook.