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Brandy and Spice Peach Preserves - Lisa Sizemore

Brandy and Spice Peach Preserves - Lisa Sizemore created by HeyJami

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directions

  • In large heavy pot, combine peaches and sugar.
  • Place all spices in cheesecloth and drop into pot with peaches.
  • Add lemon peel and brandy.
  • Simmer, stirring occasionally, until fruit becomes transparent, approximately 1 and 1/2 hours.
  • Skim foam from top as needed.
  • Discard spices; ladle fruit into hot sterilized jars and seal at once.
  • Simmer jars for 10 minutes in water bath.
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  1. HeyJami
    Brandy and Spice Peach Preserves - Lisa Sizemore Created by HeyJami
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  2. HeyJami
    I made this with 11 cups of apricots instead of 20 peaches. I used french brandy. Overall, very nice flavor - sweet and rich. Would be great for a marinade or meat glaze. A little too cinnamon-y for our tastes so next time we'll put only 1 stick in. I had to come back with pectin to give it enough body/to get it more firm. I used Pomona's Universal Pectin. And, do NOT simmer jars for 10 mins - 10 mins in a boiling water bath is necessary to follow proper canning procedures. Thanks for the recipe!
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  3. HeyJami
    I made this with 11 cups of apricots instead of 20 peaches. I used french brandy. Overall, very nice flavor - sweet and rich. Would be great for a marinade or meat glaze. A little too cinnamon-y for our tastes so next time we'll put only 1 stick in. I had to come back with pectin to give it enough body/to get it more firm. I used Pomona's Universal Pectin. And, do NOT simmer jars for 10 mins - 10 mins in a boiling water bath is necessary to follow proper canning procedures. Thanks for the recipe!
    Reply
  4. Cristina Barry
    www.foodtv; Emeril's Scratch Contest
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