Wonderful and so simple! I wanted skins in my jam so I removed the skins from the grapes and cooked the skins and pulp separately, and then when I ran the pulp through the food mill I added it straight to the skins and continued with the recipe. I ended up with 3 and 1/2 half-pint jars.
I had some green grapes that were not good "eating grapes" . I wanted to try a recipe to use them and I found this recipe. I made 1/2 the recipe and it came out delish! I wasnt sure about the honey, since I have never made jam with it. The recipe came out wonderful Thanks DIB.
This jam came out perfect! I wasn't sure what was meant by not being able to stir down the boil, but it was clear when I actually saw it happening in the pot. The taste is fabulous. Only a couple hours from vine to jars this afternoon!
This tastes absolutely wonderful! Mine thickened down to only three half pints, but wow, what a nice color, consistency and taste! I was going to make this for gifts, but I just might squirrel this away for myself. I got to break in my new food mill too.
OUTSTANDING!!*** And believe me IF I can do it ANYONE can!! Thank you!
Turned out great! So easy to make. I liked the fact that recipie had no pectin added. I had about 2lb of white and red grapes that need to be used up. I simply put in food processor and chpped up, simmered for a few minutes, brought to boil added honey and boiled for about 20 minutes. Might be a bit too sweet, will use a little less honey next time.