jelly[ jel-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF jelly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JELLY
This should be skimmed off as it forms, for it is a detriment to the jelly.
To be right, jelly should be clear, bright, and not too dark.
If the juice is boiled too long, the jelly will be darker than it should be.
Then like a mass of jelly out of its mould I plopped onto my chair.
You may serve it up in a glass bowl, in glass cups, or in jelly glasses.
It should be like a jelly, and is a favourite New Orleans dish.
Jelly may be made in a similar manner of Madeira, marasquin, or noyau.
And when a man's afraid of a woman—it somehow makes a jelly of him—altogether.
This rule once learned will clear every kind of soup or jelly.
Stir all small fruits as they cool, to mix them with the jelly.