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Aspic is meat flavoured gelatin that was discovered inadvertently by French cooks during the Medieval period. They found that after cooling, meat stock became a jelly like substance. This meat aspic traditionally seals roasts or pates, or it is poured into decorative moulds.
You can revisit this forgotten classic, by using agar agar to make a vegan aspic in which sweetcorn pearls are set in a delicious savoury jelly. Agar agar is made from dried algae, and it is a vegan substitute for gelatine. You can use agar agar to set any liquid or any vegetable puree.
Variations are endless, and you can of course use different vegetables to create your own perfect savoury jelly salad.
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