Origin of jellied
noun, plural jel·lies.
verb (used with or without object), jel·lied, jel·ly·ing.
Origin of jelly
Examples from the Web for jellied
Garnish the dish on which the jellied chicken is served with lettuce, and serve with it a Mayonnaise, Barnaise, or Tartare sauce.
To hide her distress she started to carve a slice of jellied veal and carrot.The Secret of the Night|Gaston Leroux
Cover with remaining meat; pour over strained liquor, press and let stand until cold and jellied.Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners|Elizabeth O. Hiller
The hostess worked furiously unpacking the lunch that had come on the back of the bus; jellied soup and salad and apricot pie.Beginners Luck|Emily Hahn
If jellied dishes do not stiffen, add more gelatine; boiling down will not effect the purpose.