Total Time: 18 minutes Yield: 6 (1/2-pint) jars
Level: Easy Cuisine: American
Process bell pepper and hot pepper in a food processor until finely minced. Combine pepper mixture, vinegar, and sugar in a saucepan and bring to a rolling boil. Remove from heat and add pectin and food coloring. Pour into sterilized jars and seal*. More »
Jam and Jelly. Making Jams and Jellies ... General Information on Canning Jams,
Jellies, and Marmalades · Making Jelly without added Pectin · Making Jam ...
Making Jams and Jellies. Jellied Product Ingredients. Essential Ingredients. For
successful jellied products, a proper ratio of fruit, pectin, acid and sugar is ...
How to make jellies, jams, conserves, preserves and marmalades. Ingredients -
fruit, pectin, acid, sugar. Canning jars and equipment. Making jelly without pectin
Granulated is fine for high-pectin fruits. For jelly making
always boil-wash the jelly
bag or tea towel before using.
Large volumes of fruit and sugar will take a long time to reach setting point causing the fruit to beak up and eventually dissolve in the jam. More »
Fruit for jelly making should be under-ripe rather than over-ripe, since under-ripe
fruit contains more pectin (the substance which causes jelly to "set-up" or jell ...
Fruit jellies are semisolid, preserved mixtures of fruit juice and sugar. Jelly
making is a good way to preserve fruit flavors for enjoyment throughout the year.
When making jelly, use open stainless-steel cookware and add only the amount
of water called for by the recipe. Too much water will scorch the fruit. Cover ...
Making and canning your own grape jelly is also quite easy. Here's how to do it,
in 12 easy steps and completely illustrated. These directions work equally well ...
Strawberry Jelly is easy to make in 10 easy steps with this fully illustrated,
complete, simple ... Making and canning your own strawberry jelly is also quite