Cold beetroot snack with insulation

Category: Cold meals and snacks
Cold beetroot snack with insulation


White layer
Non-acid sour cream 1 tbsp.
Gelatin 1 tsp
Chili powder 1/4 tsp
Boiled water 2-3 st. l.
Red layer
Beet-currant marinade 1 tbsp.
Gelatin 1 tsp
Boiled water 2-3 st. l.

Cooking method

  • In this dish, I used the leftovers beet currant marinade from this recipe.
  • White layer
  • Soak gelatin in water. When it swells, dissolve over low heat. Cool slightly and combine with sour cream, which is seasoned with hot pepper to taste.
  • Red layer
  • Pass the marinade through a sieve to get rid of the pieces. Combine the mass with loose gelatin.
  • In a round cup, put alternately one and the other mixture of 2-3 tbsp. l. at a time.
  • Cover the cup and put it in the refrigerator until it solidifies.
  • The finished snack looks great, it easily lags behind the walls of the mold, it is cut well, but it does not turn out to be rubbery.
  • Cold beetroot snack with insulation
  • She has a pleasant fresh sweet and sour taste with a light warm chili pepper aftertaste, which I just added to balance the cooling effect. Insulated, so to speak, so as not to freeze at all.
  • And now little secret.
  • Instead of a ready-made marinade, you can simply use beetroot puree, seasoning it at your discretion. Or not beetroot, but carrot, tomato, any fruit or berry. There are only two conditions - it must be bright and tasty.

lettohka ttt
Snack is what you need !!!! And beautiful and tasty and original! Thank you Olga, I'm taking it to your bookmarks !!!!! :-)
Curious and cute
Ha, but I think what kind of intriguing insulation in the title is beautiful!
Yes, I like to intrigue.
As for the snack, I'm so happy with the result. Three in one - budget, effective and effortless.
Moreover, I received so much praise from you. What more could you want!
The appetizer looks beautiful and the combination is interesting. Happy Holidays - with the Great Victory!
Thank you, Marina.

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