Konnyaku jellies are rather easy to make, it's just like a premix, follow the instructions on the packet and can be done within half an hour. I just knew that some of these konnyaku jelly powder comes with sugar and some without. Thanks to Wendy for hilighting that to me. In the packet the ingredients are sugar, carrageenen and malic acid.A quick check on carrageenen on the internet, it says that it comes from algae or seaweed and can be used as a thickening agent in replace of animal based product like gelatin and the purpose of the malic acid is to stabilise the ph to control the gel texture. You can put in any fruits you like and here you can see that i've added dragonfuit into it.
The above packet carries a weight of 250gm. I've only used half of this packet, it yields 36 pieces out of my mould. I'm not putting down the recipe here, you still need to buy the packet if you want to make this and all the instructions are clearly stated on the packet itself. The only thing is if you want to add fruits, just pour a little of that jelly solution into the little mould , add the fruits in and then fill up the entire mould. It's not neccesary to do this in a mould, you can make this in a cake tin or a tray but it just looks more attractive i think in those little moulds.