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ChocoChris

Reheating gelatin question

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I am making a cake which I am planning to fill with a strawberry puree firmed up with gelatin. I accidentally added half the amount of gelatin I needed to the puree and didn't figure it out until it was sitting in the fridge for an hour or so. :unsure:

Will it gel properly if I reheat the puree/gelatin mixture and add the remaining gelatin that is missing? I know not to boil gelatin but I am unsure about reheating it. I am using powdered gelatin.

Thanks for your help!

Chris

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oh i've done that before! yeah, go ahead - it won't kill it.

very gently warm up the unset gelee, then add your extra bloomed gelatin. just don't bring it to a boil and you're good to go.

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