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Apple Cider Jelly

Apple Cider Jelly created by Kathy228

It's not too sweet as less sugar is needed. I use the dark cider (or use your homemade cider) for more robust cider taste.

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  • In a small bowl, mix together 1/4 cup of the sugar and the powdered pectin. Set aside.
  • Pour the apple cider into a cooking pot.
  • Add the pectin/sugar mixture to juice in the cooking pot; Stir vigorously and well.
  • Bring mixture to full rolling boil stirring constantly.
  • Stir in remaining sugar and the cinnamon. Return to full rolling boil and boil for one-minute, stirring constantly.
  • Remove from heat. Skim off any foam.
  • Ladle into sterilized jars to within 1/8 inch of tops.
  • Seal and process five-minutes in boiling water bath.
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"It's not too sweet as less sugar is needed. I use the dark cider (or use your homemade cider) for more robust cider taste."
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  1. Laura B.
    Mine didn't Gel either. Is there anyway to still utilize the ingredients and save this? Re-boil? Add more Pectin?
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  2. jdvsecure
    Use 5 cups sugar, make sure you don't add sugar until you have a rolling boil, after you add the pectin/sugar mix. Add all 5 cups at once, and stir on and off til another rolling boil. When your mix starts to foam, and boil up the sides of your kettle, slowly turn it down to a simmer, stir and boil another 3-5 minutes. Do the freezer test, and then bottle it...it will set as it cools after the water bath...DEEE-licious!
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  3. Melva P.
    When making jelly rule of thumb is 1 oz dry pectin per cup of juice. 6 oz of pectin and it gelled perfectly. Also boiled for 3 minutes.
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  4. Candy S.
    I followed the directions and it didn’t gel. Even after a few days of sitting, it still didn’t gel.
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  5. wbrooks7
    I too thought it didn't gel but this one takes 48 hours to set. Came out perfect.
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