Recipe by Jellyqueen
From Sunset Magazine. If you don't want to can the jam, let it cool and spoon into containers. Cover and chill up to 3 weeks. To store longer, leave about 1 inch headspace in containers, cover airtight, and freeze.
Top Review by salzer
This was great! I made some changes though. I did a spicy jelly/jam marathon today and wanted to use some items I had leftover from the others. I used 1/2 cup jalapenos and 1/2 cup serranos but did not broil them (too lazy but I'm gussing it would add a great flavor). I also threw in a 1/3 cup chopped garlic. I tasted some warm left over in the pot after canning the rest and it was great.
- 8 fresh jalapeno chilies (6 to 9 oz.)
- 6 cups coarsely chopped peeled ripe mangoes
- 3⁄4 cup lemon juice
- 1 (1 3/4 ounce) package dry pectin, for lower-sugar recipes
- 4 cups sugar
Directions See How It's Made
- Broil chilies on a small baking sheet 3 to 4 inches from heat, turning as needed, until chilies are charred and blistered all over, 10 to 12 minutes. Cool. Remove and discard skin, stems, and seeds. Coarsely chop chilies.
- In a 6- to 8-quart pan, combine mangoes, chilies, and lemon juice.
- Mix pectin with 1/4 cup sugar and stir into mangoes. Bring to a rolling boil over high heat – keep stirring. Add remaining 3 3/4 cups sugar and stir until mixture returns to rolling boil. Stir and boil exactly 1 minute longer. Remove from heat.
- Ladle into clean canning jars to within 1/8 inch of top. Wipe jar rims. Set clean, flat lids on top. Screw on bands. Invert jars for 5 minutes, and then turn upright. Let cool at least 24 hours. Check seals by pressing firmly on centers of the lids. If a lid pops back, it's not sealed; store it in refrigerator.**.
- **Modern preserving guidelines call for leaving 1/4" headspace in the jars and boiling water bathing for five minutes at sea level. Remove to a protected countertop to cool, undisturbed, for 24 hours. Do not invert the jars as it can affect the sealing compound's ability to form a tight seal to the edge of the jar.