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    Canning & Preserving

    I've just started to attempt this process. Have had several big flops and some awesome winners. At any rate - I'm determined to learn the process and will keep some of my favorites here to keep safe and remember
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    3 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A great way to preserve tomatoes for later use. I use the lemon juice rather than the salt. Great for salsas and tomato sauce.

    Recipe #10463

    I love limes. Their fuityness is awesome. This jam catches the full flavor of lime. The dry white wine adds even more fruity notes. The ginger in here combines the fruit with s hint of delicate sharpness. It will be completed by vanilla, which holds the flavors all together without being recognized at first. This is true suummer jam, fresh and fruity. It is a bit of work, because you have to press out the juice of the limes, but it is worthwhile. I love it. Add some of this jam to a plain yogurt and you will have an awesome fruit yogurt. Wonderful on a slice of toasted bread. I could eat it as it is too.

    Recipe #243473

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I came up with this sweet and spicy jam after picking goodies from my garden and looking at Recipe #95600 which I posted 4 years ago. Had home growing Habaneros so added and what more do I need to say? This would be great served over a grilled chicken or fish.

    Recipe #325574

    3 Reviews |  By xtine

    This is adapted from the "Habanero Gold" recipe, which can be found in the Ball Blue Book of Preserving. I use fewer habaneros, as I grow my own and they are extremely hot, much hotter than those you would find in a grocery store, and it also omits the onion found in the "Habanero Gold" recipe. Use this as you would use any pepper jelly - over cream cheese, with other cheeses, as a glaze for chicken or other meats. Since this jelly does not have onion or garlic in it, it also makes a nice, spicy PB&J. I like to use a food processor to mince the apricots and peppers, because it does a nice job of getting them small enough, but doesn't turn them into mush. Finely mincing the apricots and peppers allows them to stay suspended throughout the jelly, instead of floating to the top of the jar. You could also use a blender, but if you are not careful the apricots and peppers could get too mushed up and turn into a puree. The idea of this jelly is to have nice small bits of apricot and pepper suspended throughout the jelly. A note on pectin amount: I use one 3 ounce packet of Certo liquid pectin, which results in a nice soft jelly - it is set, but if you shake the jar the jelly will wiggle a little. If you want a really firm jelly, like the kind you would buy in a store, use two 3 ounce packets of Certo. Some people like a really loose, almost pourable jelly to use over cream cheese, brie, or to use as a thick dipping sauce - if this is what you're after, use just half of a 3 ounce packet of Certo. Use a large stainless steel stock pot to make this - twice as large as what you'd think you would need. When the mixture reaches a full boil, it more than doubles in size, and if your pot is too small you will have a big, sugary mess to clean up off your stovetop. Always wear rubber gloves when working with hot peppers. The "5 hours" prep time includes the time needed to soak the apricots in the vinegar.

    Recipe #443801

    6 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    Making fresh pumpkin puree is very simple, but can be a little time consuming. However, I think the end product is worth the effort. I always use "sugar" pumpkins, also known as "pie" pumpkins. They are much smaller than the standard pumpkin that we carve for Halloween and are much more tender and flavorful. --NOTE-- Baking time is only 1 - 1 1/2 hours and the remainder of the noted cooking time in this recipe is actually refrigeration time. --CHOOSING THE RIGHT PUMPKIN-- When buying a pumpkin for baking, always choose a pumpkin that is free of blemishes and have been harvested with their stems intact. The pumpkin should feel heavy for their size and should have a dull skin. A pumpkin with a shinny skin was either harvested too early or was waxed by the grower. --STORING PUMPKINS-- Store pumpkins in a cool, dry place at 45F - 60F for up to a month, or refrigerate for up to 3 months. To store pumpkins for an extended time, wash the skins of the pumpkin with a solution of 1 tablespoon chlorine bleach to 1 gallon water to disinfect the skins and discourage the growth of mold.

    Recipe #331853

    This makes a great gift and is so useful in your cupboard! Adapted from Razzle Dazzle Recipes and changed a bit! This may be canned or poured into ice cube trays and frozen, to use when needed!

    Recipe #180683

    This is one that will have your tastebuds begging for more. Note: When cutting hot peppers, disposable gloves are recommended and avoid touching your face. I saw the cutest idea. Place one very small whole pepper or one whole cranberry in each sterilized half-pint jar pouring over the liquid jelly and processing as recommended. This recipe halves easily. Also, I used cranberry juice cocktail in place of pure cranberry juice.

    Recipe #460242

    What to do when your backyard Satsuma plum tree is loaded with plums? That's easy, make jams and jellies like this one. This recipe comes from Cuisine with changes. Makes 4 (8 oz) jars or 8 (4 oz) jars.

    Recipe #382531

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Applelicious! . I had a drink that I wanted to create into a jam. TheTezon Anejo is creamy and smooth, with tastes of rich butterscotch and vanilla, with notes of citrus and mellow oak matching well with the apples.This is lovely over pancakes, french toast, ice cream. Stuff it into a crepe or thumb print cookies. Fill apple turnovers fritters. Dot in a cheese cake before baking or top a cheesecake at serving. Swirl it into a coffee cake. Top a brie wrap in puff pastry and bake.

    Recipe #463637

    I was intrigued by the idea of making jelly out of tea when someone posted a request for recipes. I tried this one, and I like it alot. Obviously, it all depends on the quality of your tea. So far I've only tried this with a very high quality organic chai, and it is SO good! If you find a type of tea that works really well for this, post a review and let us know! []

    Recipe #147883

    We have three lime trees so I am constantly looking for recipes involving limes, I came across this one for lime marmalade and everyone just loves it!!

    Recipe #128848

    This is a twist on the Strawberry Lemon Marmalade recipe that comes in the Ball Pectin package.

    Recipe #375793

    From a BH&G canning cookbook. Serve this on warm crusty bread as appetizer or as a go-along with salad or soup.

    Recipe #21030

    The taste of this jam is truly outrageous. Each bite contains layer upon layer of flavor, from the caramelized onions and garlic; to the sweet bourbon and maple syrup; to the smoky, salty, porky bacon. Try it on toast, in place of mayonnaise in a sandwich, or slathered on pancakes. It will keep for a month in the fridge. No need to use fancy bacon; regular supermarket bacon will work perfectly well. Transcribed from a recipe at Serious Eats.

    Recipe #448007

    Savory and sweet with just a little heat, this jelly is prefect on just about anything. The recipe can be found here: I made two huge batches over the summer and gave it away for Christmas - it was a huge hit with everyone!

    Recipe #411687

    This is my signature jelly. I make it for everyone and every occasion. I have even made some and tinted purple for Dreamgoddess' daughters wedding. It is very easy and can be made as hot or as mild as you want. For really hot I use 4 habarnero peppers, for milder, use in the amount called for in recipe using your preference in peppers. I just throw the peppers in the blender in large chunks with the vinegar and let the blender to the chopping for me.

    Recipe #58516

    3 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Recipe posted per request for recipes using peppers. Although I haven't made this jelly -- I think this would make a nice addition to holiday baskets or gifts. It uses summer garden peppers (both sweet and hot). Recipe source: Martha Stewart's Entertaining.

    Recipe #97246

    I found this on recipe link from Rochelle. I'm posting per request. Sounds great.

    Recipe #154898

    35 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This 3 in 1 recipe is a great way to make your ginger last a bit longer! Ginger is good for flavoring things as well as taking care of upset belly aches and sea or motion sickness! There is so much you can do with this like my Cranberry Orange Cookies with Crystallized Ginger recipe #77469 Zucchini, Pineapple, Ginger Jam recipe #95600 Peachy, Pineapple Cooler with a Ginger Zinger recipe #58945 Spicy Ginger Tea with Lemongrass recipe #56108 Baked Butternut Squash Pudding topped with Ginger Whipped Cream recipe #52072

    Recipe #102933

    5 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Recipe posted by request.

    Recipe #73727

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