I got this recipe from my sister. I serve with a garden salad and garlic bread. It is really rich and creamy. With the pepper and nutmeg I just add a large pinch but I gave actually measurements here to it is to taste.
This is sooo good with pork! To prevent the apples from browning, measure vinegar into saucepan before preparing the apples. As the apples are chipped drop them into the vinegar. This recipe is from the "Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving." The process time is for altitudes 0-1,000 ft, adjust for your area if needed.
I love this and have mad this a few times. I have used both fresh and frozen berries with success. If using frozen raspberries measure then thaw and drain reserving the liquid. Measure the liquid and substitute for an equal amount of the water called for in the recipe. The recipe is for 0-1,000 feet elevation so adjust for your area.
This makes a wonderful glaze for meat or a spread or warm bread. The recipe calls for white balsamic vinegar because it will create a light cover jelly. If you are unable to find it make it with the dark balsamic but the jelly will be darker and have a more robust flavor. Remember when making jellies to not squeeze the jelly bag to speed juice collection, doing so may produce a cloudy jelly. This is from the Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving. The recipe is for under 1,000 feet elevation so adjust it for your area.