JELLY Fruits are a versatile fruit, with a wide range of edible uses.
The fruit can be used as a replacement for jam, as a dessert or as a topping.
It is a popular and popular item on our menus, with many of our favourite fruit and veg restaurants catering to jelly fruit as their signature item.
They include our favourite, Melbourne’s famed Jelly Fruits, with its rich flavour and sweet and salty taste, and our favourite jelly fruit bar, Jelly Forts, at The Dock, the only Melbourne-only jelly fruit restaurant.
There are so many jelly fruits out there that we’ve compiled a list of the best jelly fruit restaurants in Melbourne, with more coming on in the coming weeks.
We’ve also collected the best ways to make jelly fruit at home, to keep it simple and tasty.
Get started With our JELLYL Fruits list of top jelly fruit eateries in Melbourne and their jelly fruit menu, you can get started on your jelly fruit journey.
The best way to prepare jelly fruit is with a jar of fruit, so don’t forget to get your own jar to take home with you to make sure you’re not left with any leftovers!
Jelly Fruit Recipes: 1.
Jelly Fruit Soup Jelly Fruit soups are one of our favourites in the Melbourne area, and the perfect accompaniment to a good jam or dessert.
You can easily make this simple dish with just two ingredients: some dried fruit, and a pinch of salt.
Just a few ingredients and you have a jellyfruit soup.
Jellyfruit Soup Recipe: 1 cup dry fruit 1 tbsp dried ginger, chopped 1 tbsp fresh ginger, finely chopped 1 cup cooked dried fruit Juice from two jellys (about a cup) 1 cup boiling water To make this jellyfruit recipe, start by preheating your oven to 350 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit).
Cut up your fruit into small chunks, using your fingers to avoid getting the seeds and pulp into your fingers.
Place the chopped dried ginger in a food processor and pulse until it’s very finely chopped.
Then add the chopped ginger, dried fruit and boiling water to the food processor.
Pulse a few times to combine.
Pour the mixture into a large, shallow dish and add the jam.
Cover and let it simmer for about 20 minutes.
Once the jam is ready, remove from the heat and serve immediately.
If you don’t have a food machine, you could use a spoon or bowl.
Jellyfruits with a Jellyfruit Twist Jellyfruit fruit has many uses, from making jams and jelly sauces to serving in sandwiches, or even topping a salad.
The jellyfruit is one of the most versatile fruits in the world, and can be eaten raw or in salads.
Jelly fruit is a favourite of the dessert lover and the jellyfruit sauce can be made into a tasty, refreshing and delicious sauce.
JellyFruits with the Jellyfruit Sauce recipe: 1 tablespoon fresh ginger 1 tbsp chopped dried jalapeno peppers 1 tsp lemon juice 1 tbsp honey 1 tsp vinegar Juice from one jalapeño, two jalapes, or one jolokia 1 cup chopped dried apricots Juice from three jalapa peppers Jellyfruit soup is another favourite of jellyfruit lovers, and is one you can prepare in the morning with just a pinch or two of salt and a little honey.
Jelly Fours are a favourite among jelly fruit lovers because they are so easy to make.
You don’t need any special equipment and you can make them in a matter of minutes, with just the peel of one jelapeno.
The ingredients for jellyfours are the same as for jellyfruit soups, but the jellyfruits are in the form of jelly fruit and vinegar.
A good jellyfruit stew is a hearty and delicious dinner.
Jelly Food Fries Jellyfries are another popular jelly fruit dish, and are very easy to prepare.
You simply combine one jar of jam with the juice from one or two jolokies.
Jellyfood Fries recipe: 2 cups dry fruit Juice of two jollys 1 tbsp lemon juice Juice from a joloka 1 cup boiled water Jellyfood fritters are one the most popular jellyfruit dishes, and you’ll find them in most restaurants and shops.
They are usually served with some sweet jam, but you can add your own jam to make them even better.
You’ll find a jellyfood fry recipe on our Jellyl Fruit Recipes page.
Jelly-Bubble Jellys Jelly-bubble jellies are also very popular, and they are made from dried fruits and water.
They look similar to jellyfruit and are eaten in jelly fruit soups and jellyfries.
Jellybubble Jello recipe: 4 cups dried fruit juice Juice of one or more joloks Juice from the dried joloku Juice from an apricot Juice from four jolooks Jellybubbles are a great way to use