字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Hey guys, it's Inga. I'm back again this time to make another crazy, cool dessert thing. I was just scrolling through my Instagram, and I found this really cool flower looking cake. Think of like a raindrop cake, but with a rose inside. It looks really complicated, so I thought, why not try and make it myself. What I did find was an online tutorial by Gelatin Art Market. I will work really hard and try and try and try again until I make it happen. So, let's get started. For the gelatin base, there's a couple things we need. Gelatin powder. This one says super clear. Citric acid. Lots of sugar. Water. Flavoring. I chose lemon. I think it'll add like a nice citrus touch. Three tablespoons of gelatin, and one cup of cold water. And then just mix it and stir this until there's no more clumps left. (sniffs) Oh. I'm gonna put that aside. We're gonna start boiling the water and sugar. Three cups of water. It's... (laughs) nobody tell Tasty. Okay two cups of sugar. One teaspoon of citric acid. Turn it out, doo doo doo. Get a spoon and stir it until the sugar dissolves. Gelatin in the meanwhile, it is now quite firm. Once I see steam, I'm supposed to stop. Oh there is steam! We have our beautiful gelatin here. It is now completely in solid form. Throw it in there. Now we're just stirring that together. Add a little bit of flavoring. This is pretty much done. So I let it cool for a little bit. We're just gonna pour it into these little containers that I bought. In order to have back up, if I screw up tomorrow, I'm gonna make a lot, just to be safe. (pleasant music) I'm gonna wrap these up and put it in the fridge. Then we'll be back tomorrow for the really really hard part. Until then, I'm gonna get a good night's sleep and see you all tomorrow. (gentle whoosh) It is now the second day and we are back here to check on the gelatin. I pulled them out from the fridge and guess what? It's not falling out. It looks clear which is what you want for a base. I also made this huge tub of gelatin just for practice. So let's go into the color making segment. We'll see how the rest of this goes. Kind of like what we did with the gelatin base. I need one tablespoon of gelatin powder. Now we need three tablespoons of cold water. We're gonna throw in the sugar, the milk. Let it heat up so now we have the heated milk and sugar. It's a little translucent. I'm gonna put the gelatin in now. Slowly melt it down. Add remaining half cup of cold milk. We have to add the white food coloring. Makes it appear less translucent. We're supposed to blend this in. Does this work? (appliance buzzing) It does work. (appliance buzzing) Put this in. (appliance buzzing) (laughs) I don't know if this is a good idea. Stir. (appliance buzzing) Oh my god. (appliance buzzing) Oh yeah. Okay. I think we have the color base. So I have a couple bottles of food coloring here. Just went with some classic flower colors. Green for in case I feel ambitious enough to make leaves. It's just like working with frosting. We have our color palette ready. I'm not sure if the consistency is right yet, but we're moving forward. Let's get to flower making. I have gelatin art tools, which are supposed to help me 'cause they're already shaped like petals. But we're gonna start off using this. Alright that's color. I'm gonna need some tissue. Oh my god that looks like blood. (laughs) This is not a good color to start with. Okay. Really bad choice of color. The idea was to poke this in and then, this color is terrifying me. But look. So that's kind of what we're going for. If I, no how do I do this? The gelatin is working, the color is working. It's just that my hands aren't working. I look like I just killed somebody. Let's try that again. How am I supposed to draw a petal. Well I guess that could be a cool design. That looks like a cool flower. How did I even do that though? I don't know how I did it. Hold on. I need to do some re-training really quick. Oh they're holding it like this. Oh ho ho ho ho. It looks better. No I broke it. I got a little too excited. I just have these like deformed petals in this little tub. I should've made a bigger tub. Can I try using this? I'll plug it into this. These tools are supposed to help you, so I'm hoping this will actually make it look more like a flower. (gasps) You see that? Okay this is so much easier than a needle. We're gonna test it out on one of the other practice little bowls I made. So here we have clear bowl. We're gonna put this in. I'm just gonna keep going. I'm getting color all over my hand. How does that look? That's a little baby flower. You guys, it looks good right? This makes me feel really good. I'm gonna try and take it out. Let me just warm it up a little. This is supposed to be the method to take it out. Oh my god. Flip it. Yes! Look at that. I know it's not much, but we went from this to this. So I'm pretty, pretty happy right now. I'm so excited. I think we can make this work. Let's try working on a second one. Round two, let's do it. Gonna start off with actually this. The flower center. Wow I can feel like adrenalin pumping through my veins. Oh, yes! Got the center in. Which one looks most like a rose? Please don't mess this up. Put this here. (sniffling) (gasps) Do you see that? Like a little rose petal. I have little gelatin bits. It's not a good sign. I'm just supposed to build around this right? (hissing) Hoo. Looking good so far. I'm so nervous. Oh no, I added too much color. It's okay, it's okay, it's okay, it's okay. Refill. My god. Oh my god, I'm shaking. I'm just gonna concentrate and not talk for a bit. Just try to get this to work. This is so nerve wrecking. This is what it looks like so far. I don't know how I got to this point. It looks like a real rose. It even has like random spots on it that makes it look more real. Yeah! I'm so surprised. Oh no, it's coagulated. This is what happens when it sits here for a while. It becomes clumpy. (hissing) That splotch was great. That's why I'm trying to put them it like this pan of water so then, I can control their consistency. They were saying this is the best way to warm it up. Reheating, reheating. Reheating. Nice. Let's get back to business. (upbeat music) Oh no I tore, I tore the gelatin. So that is my cue to stop. Should we flip it? What if I can't get it out? Here we go. Oh that was anti-climatic. Sorry. In the beginning it looked really good. And then as I moved outwards, it just became worse and worse. But I think for a second attempt, it still looks really cool. We're getting somewhere. Gonna keep goin'. (hands lightly clapping) We kinda made a rose. I know we could do one that's better but I wanted to try something different. I kinda wanna mess around with the white and yellow, make like a daisy but not really. Let's do this. Just right in the middle. Oh my god, hand, chill out. (upbeat music) (hissing) So nervous. Do I know what I'm doing, no. I'm just trying to be creative. (hissing) (laughs) It looks pretty cool. Changing colors to white. Ugh. (laughs) Ahh! Let's do it. Holy moly. A preview of what is about to come. This takes time and patience. All of the stuff that I have limited amounts of. Oh my god, whoo. Cold sweat. Once you get goin', there's no stoppin'.