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    better than mom's. I use golden delicious or red wine apples. These are just my favorites. You can use which ever type is your favorite. For something different you can also melt 12 oz of cinnamon red-hot candies into the apple butter. don't use an aluminum pot for this or your apple butter will taste weird. Use enameled pots for best results.

    Recipe #453873

    This jelly is so easy, and is definitely something you won't find at the grocery store! I make it using Ocean Spray Ruby Red Grapefruit juice because I trust their juices.

    Recipe #246399

    Pretty pink apple and cinnamon jelly for a spicier slice of toast or muffin.

    Recipe #22263

    9 Reviews |  By Dib's

    I'm always looking for something a little different-this is one I really like.

    Recipe #109379

    Grape jelly is my favorite. My husband makes this for me. He makes blackberry, plum and crab apple too. He is an excellent cook. He is the canner in our family--he cans everything!! The cooking time is only after it comes to a boil.

    Recipe #61514

    Hibiscus is slightly acidic making this a vibrant red sweet and tangy jelly. Can be used to ice tea, top toast, pancakes, ice cream added to margaritas, martinis or drinks that calls for simple syrup try this jelly, Glaze grilled chicken or pork. The possibilities are endless. Is high in vitamin C and is a natural diuretic. It is sometimes recommended by Mexican herbalists as a remedy for high blood pressure. Hibiscus flowers also known as roselle or rozelle, sorrel, red sorrel, saril, Jamaica sorrel, Indian sorrel, sour-sour, Guinea sorrel, Queensland jelly plant, lemon bush, rosa de Jamaica, flor de Jamaica, Jamaica, quimbombó chino, Florida cranberry, oseille rouge, oseille de Guinée, sereni, agrio de Guinea, viña, viñuela, vinagreira, curudú azédo, quiabeiro azédo, zuring, carcadé, bisap....

    Recipe #423064

    An interesting but tasty flavor combo.

    Recipe #248468

    I love pomegranates and it is hard to have to wait for the late fall season to be able to have them. So making this jelly is second best. You do not have to make the juice, it can be purchased in the Health Food section of your supermarket or a healthfood store. Make sure it is pure pomegranate juice. A good brand is POM. They even have mix pomegranate and mango, plus other combos! If making this for gifts, you could probably make them in the 4 oz jars. A truly beautiful and tasty jelly. If you like currant jelly, you'll love this!

    Recipe #146005

    I had so many peaches and couldn't find a recipe for peach "jelly", so adapted a recipe from Ball's Blue Book for plum jelly. Sets up overnight, so don't worry about its consistency right away. It WILL gel and boy oh boy is it wonderful!! English muffins never had it so good!!

    Recipe #38973

    A quick jelly recipe with many flavors, how about Watermelon Kiwi or Arctic Green Apple, Black Cherry, yum, to name a few. You can also make an ice cream topping or syrup. Some Kool Aid flavors will not gel as quickly as others, I don't know why, this is a recent discovery. Use recipe Liquid Cement #151544 to get it to gel if it is still syrupy. I personally think there is some new ingredient in some of the flavors.I use dry pectin and unflavored gelatin. I have never had a problem but I live in a dry cold climate, maybe that effects the gelling.

    Recipe #155733

    2 Reviews |  By Tish

    Served with poultry or meat this jelly is excellent. Response to request

    Recipe #40440

    16 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a beautiful golden, clear, delicate, tasting jelly. Avoid the bitter milk in the flower stems, and any green parts it is UNPLEASANT! Great for gift giving. If you want to add more color add a couple drops of yellow. I found no need. Recipe #101039 is fabulous in this recipe used as the sugar or add a vanilla bean to the 3 cups of dandelion liquid for vanilla flavor. May 2011-I did a sun tea approach. I put the flowers in a large jar added 3 cups hot water and placed in the sun then left at room temperature for 24 hours. Strained then proceeded with the recipe.

    Recipe #90601


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