5 Reviews

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!

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debbillem October 27, 2003

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.

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Soapy QtrNote June 07, 2010

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.

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buddy3229 July 03, 2009

This is so easy and SOOO so very scrumptious! I've got my jars boiling and my garlic pealed to make some more!

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Gabz March 20, 2007

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!

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Laura_Ozz August 21, 2005
GAAaaarlic Jelly