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Loganberry Ring Mould   Veg CD  DP  25mins plus chilling


Serves   6     Cold  Vegetarian  Fruit  Desserts  Puddings



1 x 400g/14oz Tin Loganberries

1 Raspberry Jelly Tablet

150ml/5fl.oz. Double Cream

Langue de chat Biscuits to serve




1. Drain the tin of loganberries, reserving the syrup then press the fruit through a sieve.


2. Make up the jelly in a large bowl, using the syrup together with water to make up the required total liquid.


3. Stir in the sieved fruit and set aside to cool and slightly set.


4. In another bowl, whip the cream until quite stiff then fold it into the jelly mixture.


5. Transfer to a ring mould which has been rinsed with water and is still wet.


6. Chill in the refrigerator for 2-4 hours until set and firm.


7. To serve - Dip the mould in hot water to loosen the dessert then invert onto a cold plate. Arrange the biscuits in the centre of the ring just before serving.


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