Spiced Cranberry Jam

This is a familly recipe that has been handed down for generations

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1hr 50mins
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  • Add vinegar and water to cranberries and cook until soft.
  • Put cooked cranberries through a course strainer or Food Mill.
  • Add all the spices and the sugar into the cooked cranberries.
  • Follow cooking directions on the certo for jellies Put into sterilized small jars and cover with wax or seal with vacumn lids.
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  1. jonesies
    Oh my goodness! I bought post-season cranberries for $1.00 per pound with the intention of making this jam. I was NOT disappointed! It is very good. I only licked the spoon, but can't wait to spread this ruby red jam onto a golden biscuit. Thanks so much for posting! PS I also used my hand blender instead of a strainer or food mill. Worked perfectly.
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  2. Saeriu
    This is wonderful! At first I thought that the amount of vinegar may be overwhelming but it is just right in the recipe. The spices are a great blend with the cranberries; the color is that of rubies. I made it exactly as posted and it is marvelous on toast or english muffins. I will be giving a few jars away and keep a few for myself. It's just the beginning of the cranberry season so I will more than likely make this again--without adjusting anything. Thanks for posting this!
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  3. Joyce Southard
    I made this for Christmas presents. It was my first jelly and very easy to make. Since I don't have a food mill or a hand-blender I used a dough-cutter to chop the berries. This jelly is absolutely delicious and great to make around the holidays if you want something fitting for the season.
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  4. BigJess
    This jam was exceptionally easy to make. After cooking the cranberries until soft, I simply chopped them with my hand-blender for a minute, being careful not to puree. It is great on english muffins, warm biscuits, or toast, and makes a PB&J that is to die for!
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  5. Robert Francois
    This is a familly recipe that has been handed down for generations
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