Cooking time: 3 hours
200ml Elderflower Cordial
400ml Prosecco, Sparkling Wine or Sparkling Water
4 Gelatine Leaves
100g White Grapes/Gooseberries/Whitecurrants
The sparkle in the jelly can be from sparkling white wine, or from mineral water, but both versions include elderflower cordial. If you’re using homemade cordial, make sure that the jelly sets well – you may need to add some more gelatine, or use shop bought cordial.
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