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In this video, Betty demonstrates how to easily remove Jello from a mold.
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How to Easily Remove Jello from a Mold
Hi, here is Betty’s quick tip. I have a jello salad here that I made for Thanksgiving and I would like to unmold it from this pattern that I poured it into. It is a star pattern and it’s a mold. I like to have it on this plate to have it inverted.
Generally, if you just pour your jello mixture in wherever might be, it’s going to stick to the sides. So, I’ve taken a knife and just run around the sides but previous to all of that, I sprayed the pan with some cooking oil, any kind of cooking oil spray. Just spray the sides and the bottom before you put the jello mixture and that will keep it from sticking so tightly. And as I said, go around the edge before you try to loosen it and also another technique which you might want to use this as an alternative and here I’m just using it in addition is you can dip this down into hot water, just for a few seconds and then bring it back and then move over here. Place your plate on top of it, try to center it and then turn it up.
Now my mold is very heavy so this is kind of hard here. But here we go and you might have to shift it around a little bit to get it centered. You can do that and then slowly lift it off and there is our mold.