Sterilize your canning jars and lids according to the manufacturer's instructions., Control the heat by controlling the amount of seeds that go into the jelly.I did 2 batches with Habañeros; strained one per the recipe, all my friends thought that it was so weird-until they tried it!! I am so happy to see this on your blog-brings back memories! Merry Christmas!Kim atServe with plenty of creamy goat or cream cheese, 3 tablespoons Sure-Jell less- or no-sugar-needed pectin (from a 1 3/4-oz box)
Seriously, and what were the results? I would love to give some as presents. Thanks.Jelly keeps in sealed jars in a cool dark place 5 to 6 months., You can also test jelly thickness by keeping a plate in the freezer. Add a spoonful of your jelly to the plate when you think it's done. As the jelly cools (fairly quickly) you'll be able to get a better idea of it's thickness by running your finger through it.Place the cranberries, I tried the strained pulp. It truly does make for an interesting “candy”!WELCOME!
Ladle mixture into sterile jars leaving 1/4 inch headspace. Place hot lids on the jars and screw rims firmly. Proceed canning in a hot water bath for 10 minutes. Refrigerate after opening., I enjoyed the comments! Can't wait to try this. For ANYONE who has had difficulty with pepper jelly being too thin or runny…..it makes fabulous syrup! Use it on a semi-savory pancake or waffle. Simple use less sweetener in your batter (or not) and add green chilies and/or corn and use the thin jelly for syrup. Great breakfast for dinner idea! thanks Michael for a simple new recipe to try…thanks for the re-play!Ann atThis is one hot jelly. I'm not sure how to use it except as part of a glaze or sauce. Sure not going to put it on my biscuits!Jim, I've been grating in a granny smith apple which has tons of natural pectin. Do you think this would work with this jelly or should I forego my idea and just make it as you've so generously shared the recipe???Don't forget to make the terrific, confetti-like look and and an intense spicy kick. It's going to be your new favorite appetizer!