Fluffy Semolina Jelly

While I am on the buzz…. here is the recipe for  a jelly dessert that the children enjoyed and has been around for years.  I was served this as a dessert at Bryant House in Raglan when I had a restful stay there in the early 1990’s. this one was made with a Port Wine flavoured jelly.

Fluffy Semolina Jelly
  • 2 desert-spoons Semolina
  • 2 desert-spoons Sugar
  • 2 ½ Cups Water
  • 1 packet Jelly Crystals
  1. Bring water to the boil.
  2. Add Jelly, Semolina & Sugar.
  3. Boil slowly for 5 minutes – stirring.
  4. Cool until texture of egg white.
  5. Beat until really really fluffy (use an electrc beater).
  6. Set in a mould or in parfait glasses.
  7. This will separate into layers as it sets in the fridge.
Serve with fruit to match the jelly…ie Lime Jelly with pears

6 thoughts on “Fluffy Semolina Jelly

    1. Hi Joan, Thanks for your question. The jelly is added to the water with the semolina and sugar. My apologies for omitting this when I originally posted the recipe – all corrected now. Thanks


  1. So happy to find this recipe janeykylescott. I used to make it for my boys years ago and was thinking about doing it for Christmas using boysenberry jelly.


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