This is a different tasting jelly that I created with the taste of sweet and hot in mind. I like to try at least one new canning recipe each year but when I was reading a pamphlet in a box of jars I had purchased I thought I had found a great one to try. Unfortunately, the jelly wasn't good and decided to create my own version. This is wonderful on cream cheese and crackers, with fresh spring rolls or as a glaze for pork or chicken. It is also wonderful as the glaze for a bbq peameal bacon roast. I gave so many jars away the first year I made this, I had to do a second batch. Don't skip the 15 minute resting period as this helps to keep the vegetables well distributed in the jelly instead of floating. I also always let my jelly sit in the jar upright for the first 10 minutes, then turn them over and let them cool upside down. Recipes makes approximately 6 1/2 pint jars.