Christmas Jam (Pectin Version)

Christmas Jam (Pectin Version) created by gailanng

posted by request - I haven't tried this one yet. Adapted from Taste of Home magazine. NOTE: This recipe assumes knowledge of proper hot water bath canning techniques. Makes approximately 14 half pints.

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50mins
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  • Using a food processor, grind up the berries until smooth.
  • Place in a large stockpot with sugar and pectin and stir to coat.
  • Bring to a full, rolling boil and keep it boiling for 1 minute (use a timer) stirring the entire time.
  • Remove from heat immediately and let cool 5 minutes (use the timer again).
  • Skim off any foam that has risen to the top.
  • Pour into clean, hot, sterilized canning jars, leaving 1/4" space at the top of each jar.
  • Put on caps and process 15 minutes in a hot water canning bath.
  • Remove from canning bath with sterile canning tongs and let cool upside down overnight, making sure each jar has properly sealed.
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"posted by request - I haven't tried this one yet. Adapted from Taste of Home magazine. NOTE: This recipe assumes knowledge of proper hot water bath canning techniques. Makes approximately 14 half pints."

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  1. imhs19755
    Is 5 pounds of sugar the right measurement?
  2. nick w.
    Has anyone tried adding orange to this?
  3. gailanng
    Santa, I got a little somethin' for you in advance. Speaking of which, call me please and let's talk about my 2017 wish list...
  4. gailanng
    Christmas Jam (Pectin Version) Created by gailanng
  5. Watkinslady30
    I can't believe I forgot to review this recipe. I've made it 3 times which is a lot of jam. This recipe makes a lot of great Christmas gifts. We also like to stir it into homemade yogurt. It is a definite keeper. This is a great recipe for somebody new to canning. One of the things I like about it best is it can be made from frozen fruit making it a perfect recipe for any time of year.
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