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    Just Jellies

    A collection of jellies....some I have tried....some I haven't, but sure hope to make it around to everyone of them one day!!!

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    14 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Talk about a face mask! This will melt your face off! Dare you try I hope you have a stomach of steel. My husband has been asking for a very hot jelly. My other jelly recipes are not hot enough for him. He asked for it and he got it. He loves it. I don't know who else would try it. Maybe Mean Chef? I don't know it's really really hot. The zucchini is in there because of the abundance in the garden and it makes a great filler. Now you can use this as a ingredient in BBQ sauces or glazes for chicken or pork. Spread it on cream cheese and serve with crackers. Add a touch to a salad dressing for a kick. It's really endless just use it as a seasoning. A good gift for those that can handle it!

    Recipe #95424

    This recipe is a tasty accompaniment to roasts, cold meats or cream cheese. Prep time includes cooling time.

    Recipe #40257

    This is a very good on cream cheese with crackers. It is great on Roasted Chicken and other meats. My daughter made it for gifts last christmas, everyone really enjoyed it. I'm making some this year.

    Recipe #48754

    This is a variation from another of my favorite cookbooks, The Encyclopedia of Creative Cooking edited by Charlotte Turgeon. The original recipe calls for Burgundy wine. I've made it with Cabernet Sauvignon and Zinfandel. I've also made it with a white wine, and it works just as well. This is another of those county fair blue ribbon winners. ****Important Note - I'm assuming here that you know how to sterilize and prepare jars and lids for canning/jelly/jam making, so this is not included here. I'm also "guesstimating" on the time, as it's been a while since I've made it. Use times as guidelines, not gospel. The idea is to cook out as little of the alcohol content of the wine as possible. The yield may also vary, again because it's been a while, but I seem to remember making 6 to 8 pint jars though.

    Recipe #78292

    9 Reviews |  By Mercy

    Serve with cream cheese for crackers or bagels or use as a condiment on beef, pork or chicken. Also great on hot dogs, sausages and sandwiches. (I confess, a canner I am not, so I end up storing it in the fridge in lieu of processing it. It has so many uses that it sure doesn't stick around for long. Maybe, someday, I will learn the masterful art of canning.)

    Recipe #91069

    I have made several different recipes for hot pepper jelly and decided that I had tweaked them all to the point of newness. Here is my interpretation of a good, hot jelly that works well as a glaze on chicken or pork or on top of a brie or over some cream cheese. Heck I have even had it on celery with peanut butter but that's a whole other story. I use a variety of colored peppers for really pretty jelly, yellow, red green, etc. I think habenaros give the best flavor and heat. My instructions are kind of long but I thought the details of canning might be helpful to someone. Wear rubber gloves whenever handling hot peppers or you'll be sorry. Makes a great addition to a gift basket. Hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #95632

    17 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This I had mostly left overs! And the family didn't know the difference! It did disappear!! They loved it just as your family would love it!

    Recipe #50500

    This is the recipe I have been using for year. It comes from the Sure-jell pectin package. Here is how I do mine.

    Recipe #120915

    This is a fruity twist to the traditional strawberry jelly.

    Recipe #121852

    Found online (goldminerecipes) while doing a search for sugar free jams and jellies. Cook times are estimated.

    Recipe #123843

    3 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Awsome on beef steak sandwiches!

    Recipe #10707

    This is a wonderful dessert served with warm cream and fresh tangerines or whipped cream and shaved almonds.

    Recipe #114176

    This was a mistake gone good. I wanted to make red currant jelly but there weren't quite enough currants for sale at the farmer's market where I buy my produce during the summer. So I bought all they had and thought I'd figure out the rest when I saw how much juice came from my purchase. I came up with 2 cups of currant juice from the 4 pints I bought, then just supplemented with first the pomegranate juice I had on hand, then some cranberry juice, then finally a little bit of water to get to the 6 1/2 cups of juice I needed. You could change the proportions to suit your needs or tastes, using all of one kind of juice or less or more of another juice, you just need 6 1/2 cups total juice for this recipe. Prep time includes time to make juice from berries so about 10 hours can be subtracted for this step if you are using juice already made. Typically jelly recipes call for you to check for gel 24 hours after processing but mine were a little 'squishy' the next day, then set up great after I forgot about them for a little while, just make sure your seals are good before putting them aside. Great on English Muffins, but also good as a meat accompaniment or used as a glaze on Cornish Game Hens. The brilliant red colour makes it nice for gift giving, too.

    Recipe #110056

    We make Christmas baskets every year and fill them with homemade "goodies". I am always looking for something fun and unusual to put in them. This jelly was well received and everyone liked it. You can substitute the white zinfandel with champagne, rose wine or sangria if you like. The original recipe came from the Sure-jell website. (Cooking time includes, prep, cooking and processing).

    Recipe #101956

    Love the hot and sweet of this jelly. Like most hot pepper jellies, it is wonderful spread over a block of cream cheese. I also sometimes melt it down and use as a final baste on grilled back bacon, pork chops or chicken. Prep time does not include sitting time for apricots and vinegar.

    Recipe #132932

    From Grandpa Mitchell's Recipe Collection This is the best jam, it is not too sweet.

    Recipe #109518

    9 Reviews |  By Dib's

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

    Recipe #109379


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