sustantivo (plural jellies)
- 1 [mass noun] chiefly British A fruit-flavoured dessert made by warming and then cooling a liquid containing gelatin or a similar setting agent in a mould or dish so that it sets into a semi-solid, somewhat elastic mass: [as modifier]: a jelly mouldMás ejemplos en oraciones
- They made apple jelly with the apples from the orchard.
- Tart lemon jelly and crumbly crumbles went very well together, I thought.
- Pour the custard off and just eat the jelly.
- 1.1A substance with a jelly-like consistency made with fruit or other ingredients as a condiment: roast pheasant with redcurrant jellyMás ejemplos en oraciones
- It came with a red pepper cassonade, crab ice cream and a sliver of passion fruit jelly.
- For example, the process of creating jelly or jam from fruit was similar to pickling.
- In this country port was as essential as redcurrant jelly, the two being combined in Francatelli's delicious sauce for venison.
- 1.2A savoury preparation with a jelly-like consistency made by boiling meat and bones.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- There's hardly a bit of a pig you can't eat, from the head boiled up in a stewy soup to the trotters with their savoury jelly and morsels of meat.
- It tasted like eating a hunk of quivering meat jelly.
- Slow cooked, the sinew that makes meat tough becomes jelly.
- 1.3Any jelly-like substance: petroleum jellyMás ejemplos en oraciones
- HIV positive women can use diaphragms and cervical caps for birth control, with spermicidal cream or jelly.
- After peeling off outer skin, they polish it with castor oil, cactus jelly, curd, ghee and turmeric powder to make it smooth and slippery.
- Spermicide comes as a foam, jelly, or cream, and kills sperm.
- 2A small sweet made with gelatin: a box of fruit jelliesMás ejemplos en oraciones
- The Blackburn-based company has bought the soft fruit jellies business of Penguin Confectionery in a £428,000 deal.
- The jelly is contained in a dome-shaped plastic cup with a peel off foil lid.
- It is entirely possible that the jelly sweet stuck to his finger while he wet his finger to shine the ball.
- 2.1British • informal A tablet of the drug Temazepam.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Junkies die by injecting jellies into a vein, and they take it regularly as a come down from ecstasy or heroin.
- There, it was speed and ecstasy, followed by Valium and jellies to come down.
- 3 US term for jam2.
- 4British • informal Gelignite.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- He later combined nitroglycerine with gun cotton to create a clear jelly, patented in 1867 as Blasting Gelatin.
- But another reason for the raid was to test the use of Napon fire bombs containing a gasoline-based jelly.
verbo (jellies, jellying, jellied)[with object] (usually as adjective jellied) Volver al principio
- Set (food) as or in a jelly: jellied cranberry sauce jellied eelsMás ejemplos en oraciones
- We make great jellied salads, and we're okay with calling them ‘salads’ even though there isn't one lick of lettuce in them.
- Preserves are made of small, whole fruits or uniform-size pieces of fruits in a clear thick, slightly jellied syrup.
- I started to sprinkle the pudding with some jellied candies, and happily hummed a song as I went about doing it.
(jellifies, jellifying, jellified)
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- And two of the individual tales, though hardly jellifying, are sufficiently well crafted to be memorably eerie.
- This year, it seems, Adrià has become obsessed with jellifying ingredients, and with the sensuality of food.
- Then dribble over a little warmed thick stock or aspic which will cool and jellify.
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- Since the external appearance was clear, viscous, and jelly-like, this can be attributed to the presence of a cubic phase.
- Gradually, the layer of sand at the bottom began to disappear, and the water became a thick, jelly-like substance.
- Some type of unidentified green liquid is added to the mix, turning the liquid tofu into a jelly-like substance after several minutes.
late Middle English: from Old French gelee 'frost, jelly', from Latin gelata 'frozen', from gelare 'freeze', from gelu 'frost'.