Kota is the most beloved and most famous dish in the middle east, its delicious and ohh its so easy to make.
Every home has its own recipe to prepare this dish, its widely made in a pan like my mom’s recipe below, or as a Kabob on skewers, or long shaped meatballs. Continue reading
I created this recipe for the fact we could not eat store bought Jello, because it contained pork gelatin, and for a long time I searched the internet for the alternative Halal / Kosher key ingredient to create it.
When I found beef gelatin few years back I was in haven and I been making homemade Jello ever since.
Fruit could be added to the Jello before refrigerating(I use sugar free caned fruit)and top with homemade whip cream before serving.
I always use plastic cups when I am serving this delicious treat to the little kiddos. Easy to handle and no one breaks my nice glassware.
.8 cups boiling water
.3 packets Kool-Aid any flavor, I used Cherry
.2 1/2 cups of Sugar Substitutes
.1/2 cups beef gelatin
Line up baking sheet with 12, 20oz plastic cups, set aside.
In a large heatproof bowl, add Kool-aid, sugar substitutes and beef gelatin.
Carefully pour the boiling water while whisking, keep whisking until everything dissolved and no lumps.
By using a small gravy ladle, carefully fill the plastic cups all the way.