WOOHOOOO!!! this is SO good! my hubby made this last night with the rest of his habanero's from the garden and this is amazing! it is not drop dead hot, it is sweet and spicy and really awesome!I just had it on a bagel with cream cheese, but I am thinking bbq chicken! this is excellent, thanks!
Great jelly recipe! I had lots of habaneros in my garden, and when I came across this recipe I just had to give it a try... and I'm glad I did. I gave out a few jars and I've had lots of compliments and requests for the recipe!
Just made it. Love it!!
This reciept rocks and my girlfriend loved it too! I didn't wear gloves which was stupid. Feels like a constant "icy-hot". I might experiment with putting some other fruits in it next time.
I made this recipe and used the low end of the habanero count and was very pleased with the out come. I like heat but I also like to taste and it turned out great. Everyone that tried the jelly fell in love with it! THANKS!
I made this yesterday. I followed the recipe exactly. It came out really great and I fear I may become addicted to the stuff. Thanks to Tish for posting it. The only peculararity I had was it took forever to set up in the jars. It did set up but it took a overnight. I don't know if that is the recipe or me but either way alls well that ends well.
A really great recipe. My whole family loves it. Will make again and again. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe!!
Oh, wow! I halved the recipe; I used 1 huge red bell pepper and 7 red habaneros. I only removed the seeds from 4 of them and threw the remaining three in whole, membranes and all. It's red HOT, I tell you!! Excellent served with cream cheese and crackers! Thanks for the recipe!
It's also great on sandwich bread with Peanut Butter or Nutella. I made with 9 Habs, but I didn't use cheesecloth, instead I made it through step 4. Since I didn't have any cheesecloth, I just poured it into a food processor and whirled it for about five minutes, then poured it into jars, sealed them and processed by boiling water bath.
Wow, Tish, this is great! I cut it in half; used 5 habaneros, 1 yellow bell pepper and half a pkg of powdered pectin (which was too much). I didn't puree the peppers, more like shredded, and didn't strain anything. The flavor is heaven. Thank you, thank you.