My house smells soooo good and yummy! We couldn't wait for it to cool completely so we smeared it on roasted garlic triskets. Wow!! I followed the directions exactly and have to say this is another wonderful recipe from Bergy. I love this!
The house smelled wonderful when I made this. I only used 1 pouch of pectin for the first batch and it was very tacky and thick. The second batch turned out much, much better. I used 2 cups of cider vinegar (instead of 1/2 cup), and still only used 1 pouch of pectin. It's very good, though I may add a bit more garlic for batch #3.
If only there were 10 stars to give this recipe! I could eat the whole jar myself in one sitting. Super easy to make and you can change the garlic taste with different varieties. Perfect on a wheat thin...or 50! I will cut the pectin back to 4.5 oz next time for a little looser jelly, mine set up a little tacky.
This is so easy and SOOO so very scrumptious! I've got my jars boiling and my garlic pealed to make some more!
My hubby grows an abundance of garlic and this is a great way to use some of it up. I printed this recipe for my mom who had been looking for a recipe after tasting some in an Amish settlement. It was a great success! It is good on a bagel with cream cheese, also you can spread it all over a roast and put in crockpot or oven and WOW, so good!