When The Art Of Creating 3D Jelly Cakes Was Taking Shape In Asia, A Clever Artist Took The Opportunity To Start Her Own 3D Jelly Cake Business.
Sue Hong Boon owns a 3D jelly cake business called Jelly Alchemy. He first learned this three-dimensional art three years ago when he was relatively new to Asia.
Currently, jelly cake is trendy in Asia. The jelly cake is very similar to what we call injected jelly in Iran. Sue’s 3D design journey began with simple flower arrangements, which with continued practice, turned into more complex designs such as koi ponds, birds, and characters made of jelly flowers.
The method used to make 3D jelly cake is desirable. Su says:
Although some people use gelatin, everything is upside down in clear seaweed jelly. Liquid hot jelly (for me, usually coconut jelly) is injected into a clear canvas using specialized tools. In each flower design, petal by petal and in the case of birds, feather by feather is created through this injection method.
These cool cakes are all edible and delicious.