Gelatine leaves vs sachet conversion

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Coco14

Gelatine leaves vs sachet conversion

Delia's Vanilla cream terrines call for 1.5 11g sachets of gelatine but I can only find leaf gelatine these days. I have fine leaf gelatine 25g (15 leaves). How many leaves do I need for this recipe and/or does anyone know the conversion sachets vs leaves? I've tried to work it out in the past but got it seriously wrong!

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Lindsey, Food Editor

Leaf gelatine quantity

Hello Coco14,

You will need 7g of leaf gelatin or 4 sheets, each measuring about 11cm by 7.5cm.

Soften the gelatin in cold water for 5 minutes first then squeeze it to remove the excess water before you whisk it into the warm cream.

Best wishes

Lindsey

 
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