Grass Jelly Concentrate (Liquid Form)

Grass Jelly Concentrate (Liquid Form)

Looking for authentic Asian style toppings? Grass jelly is something you would fall in love with. Also known as black jelly, xian-cao, or leung fan in Indonesia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and other Southeast Asia countries, the traditional herbal jello - made of mesona chinensis - never loses its charm among Asian dessert fanatics. Its smooth, bittersweet herbal texture and taste pairs perfectly with bubble tea drinks, and shaved ice desserts. It can also be served hot as a dessert, and be added toppings such as red bean and fresh taro.

*The product comes in a liquid form, please follow the cooking instruction under "Recommendations" tab to make grass jelly.

Insider tip: add honey, simple syrup or condensed milk to set off the bitter taste.

We also have grass jelly in powder form as an alternative.

 

Bossen Gluten FreeBossen Egg FreeBossen Dairy FreeBossen Seafood FreeBossen Nut FreeBossen Caffeine FreeBossen Vegetarian 
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Ingredients: WATER, MESONA CHINENSIS, SODIUM CARBONATE ANHYDROUS, GRASS JELLY FLAVOR

Storage & Care: Refrigerate open but unused part in an airtight container. 

Shelf Life: 2 Years

Country of Origin: Taiwan

Net Weight: 6.6 lbs per can, 48 lbs per case

 

The measurement of oz is by volume (fl. oz).

 

Grass Jelly Topping (Large Size for Commercial Use)

What:

6.6 lbs Grass Jelly Concentrate (Liquid Form)

30 lbs water (= 480 oz.)

190 g corn starch 

How:

1. In a very large pot, mix together the whole can of Grass Jelly Concentrate and water, and bring to boil.

2. Whisk together corn starch with small amount of water until the starch gets dissolved. Pour it into the grass jelly mixture. Bring it to boil, again, then turn the heat off.

3. Let the mixture cool completely, and move to the refrigerator until the jello forms.

*Served 

*If desiring to serve hot grass jelly, skip step 3.

*This recipe creates about 585 lbs. of grass jelly.

*Suggested serving size as topping: 0.7 - 0.9 oz.

*It is recommended to serve the jelly within 4 days of making.

*Keep the jelly refrigerated. Do not freeze.

*If desiring to make smaller servings at once, follow the ratio of Grass Jelly Concentrate to water as 1:5

 

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