Fruit Terrine (Red White & Blue!)

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2 c white grape-peach juice (or juice of choice)
1 1/2 tsp agar powder (or gelatin powder)
2 Tbsp *optional, agave nectar or honey (use to sweeten, if your fruit is a bit tart)
10 oz fresh strawberries
2 fresh bananas
1 1/2 c fresh blueberries

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Suze Jones Recipe
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Crown Point, IN (pop. 27,317)
Member Since May 2010
Suze's notes for this recipe:
Looking over my summer recipes I came across this lovely and delicious fruit terrine. It makes a great presentation for the 4th of July --or any time!
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Put one cup of the juice in a saucepan, and sprinkle the agar over it; allow it to soften for a few minutes. Heat on medium-high, stirring, until the agar is completely dissolved and the juice begins to boil.
Stir in the remaining juice and the agave (*optional) and remove from heat. Allow the agar mixture to cool slightly while you prepare the fruit. Be sure to stir the juice every minute or so.
Remove the stems from the strawberries and slice them lengthwise. Place them on the bottom of a loaf pan, prettiest sides down. Slice the bananas and place them on top of the strawberries. Put the blueberries in an even layer on top of the bananas.
Gently pour the juice mixture evenly over the berries. Working quickly, distribute the mixture evenly in pan.
Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until completely chilled and jelled.
To serve:
Carefully run a knife along the edge of the mold (you may want to lower the pan into a large bowl or sink full of hot tap water for a few seconds to free the mold)
Invert over a platter


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user Meg Aguilar MegMarkR1 - Jul 25, 2013
Question: Where would you find "agar powder (or gelatin powder)" at in your grocery store?
user maya ruffa MayaR - Jan 29, 2014
My kids loved this fruit dessert!

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