Trifle

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    Bismillah,

    Assalamualaykum dear all

    ok, here is a recipe of a sweet dish known as TRIFLE

    [img=left]http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l80/StrawberryPockyDoom/randombits/123121.gif[/img]

    Servings : 5/6 people (Insha'Allah)
    Preparation time: 45 mins (roughly)
    Level of difficulty: piece of cake

    Ingredients:
    Halal jelly (strawberry flavour or your favourite one)
    custard (preferbaly ready made)
    tin fruit
    madeira cake
    whipped cream
    sprinkle/or flake
    fresh strawberries

    Method:
    All you have to do is boil the water for the jelly, once boiled; put the jelly in a nice dish and pour the boiled water over the jelly. You should now put the tin fruit within the jelly. Let it cool down and then pop it in the fridge so it could form into a nice jelly base.

    Why waste time:
    Whilst that is cooling down, you can prepare the other things. You will need to whipp the whipp cream, and i mean literally WHIPP it...with a wisk...lol, until it turns into a nice, thick cream (this will take a bit of time, be patient Insha'Allah). Also if you're going to make the custard with your very own hands, then prepare that also; because you would need it to cool down before you layer it. However, i would advise you to get a ready made custard as it is much quicker that way Insha'Allah. The ones in the carton would do, Ambroise for example. Anyways, once the cream is whipped and the custard is ready, slice the madeira cake and put that on top of the jelly, gently. Put the custard as a layer over the madeira cake and pop it in the fridge for a few mintutes. When you take the dish out, say like after 10 mins, put the cream over the custard but becareful not to mix the two, gently does it...lol. Now pop the dish into the firdge once again to let it settle.

    The Fun Part:
    Ok now, cut the fresh strawberries in half and if you're using flake (as in Cadbury's chocolate flake, then break that into mini flake pieces). Take the dish out of the fridge, place the strawberries gently over the cream; following the shape of your dish (e.g. if you have a round dish, put the strawberries as a border around the dish). Lastly, sprinkle the chocolate flakes over the cream, alternatively; you can use coloured sprinkle to sprinkle over the top, but please make sure you check the ingredients of it first Insha'Allah.

    [IMG=left]http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e371/KateRhoda/trifle.jpg[/IMG]

    Alhamdulillah, here you have a lovely irresistable sweet dish, Trifle. Now, now....remember, sharing is caring...lol.

    Tip Top:
    Always start in the Name of Allah......not just when you're cooking, but we should remember Allah and Glorify Him in everything that we do in our daily routine Insha'Allah.

    I leave you in Allah's Care

    Wasalam
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    Assalamu Alaykum, JazakAllahu Khayr. Especially for the Tip Top :) or did you mean Top Tip ? TipTop was an icelolly I would buy when I used to go school. Anyone heard of them? Not particularly healthy.

    I really like Trifle and would make as a child. Now, I have not made one for very long time. I normally just buy from shops. Trifle is nice.

    wasalam
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    Bismillah,

    Wa'alaykum'Assalam wa Barak'Allahu Feekum.

    No...i did mean TIP TOP...as ive mentioned through out all my recipe's....lol
    tip top, ice lollies...never heard of them sorry!

    na'am, trifle is nice from the shops...but home made one is better (i think)...

    Wasalam
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    Ok... that's an interesting name do u mean a popsicle?


    SIS... what's a madeira cake??


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    Bismillah,

    :wasalam:

    na'am, he means popsicle sis

    as for madeira cake...well here in London we have a cake known as that...lol..you can get them in all types, plain or even with icing and jam in between...you must have something similar in America, no? (its more or less like simple sponge cake-if that helps any better...lol)

    oh, i'd use the icing madeira cake for the trifle ;)

    Wasalam
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    Asalaamu Alaykum

    Trifle is goooood, JazakAllah khayr for sharing sis......i usually make this for eid, but i make the ones from the box (Birds trifle) but still tastes sooooo good :)

    Reminds me Eid is coming gota pic up a few boxes ;)

    Also my little 2 year old neice loves my trifle......she goes after eating yummy yummy in my tummy....lol :tongue: my sweetheart....bless

    wasalam

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