Instructables: exploring - food - canning-and-preserves - jelly Fri, 31 Jul 2015 00:29:09 PDT BLOX v1.01 Jalapeño Jellyño-Jelly/
Jalapeño Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> Michael C Jalapeño Jelly is a great sweet and spicy treat. It is common to find it available at farmers markets throughout the state of Texas. It goes great on barbecue, cream cheese and crackers, and can even be found as an ingredient to some cocktails. You will need 3/4 lbs of Jalapeño 2 cups of Apple...
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Sun, 25 Jan 2015 20:27:36 PST
Watermelon Jelly
Watermelon Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> liquid_fire243 If you want the taste of watermelon to last throughout the rest of the year, this watermelon jelly is a great way to do it. This is a fairly simple canning recipe, that makes 4 (8 oz) jars of jelly. Ingredients 4 half pint (8 oz) mason jars 4 c. watermelon3 1/2 c. sugar1/4 c. lemon juice1 pkg fr...
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Tue, 9 Sep 2014 23:09:34 PDT
Hot Pepper Jelly
Hot Pepper Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> bobcatsteph3 One of the first recipes I learned to can, and now I do many batches every fall. I absolutely love sweet and spicy so this sweet jelly flavored with spicy peppers is a favorite of mine. If all you did was warm it and serve it over a block of cream cheese with crackers and vegetables, you'd be happy ...
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Mon, 2 Jun 2014 21:33:27 PDT
Lemon Honey Jelly
Lemon Honey Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> bobcatsteph3 This recipe from Better Homes and Gardens is one of my favorite jellies to can. Bright lemony honey flavored jelly compliments many things from a good piece of bread; toast, croissant, etc. to sweetening your cup of tea. Makes a nice glaze for grilled shrimp, carrots, and other vegetables. I love th...
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Mon, 2 Jun 2014 08:13:46 PDT
Make Jelly from a Weed and Can It Adeldor From the harvest to the final product, this video shows how to make jelly at home using berries from a plant commonly considered a weed in many parts of the world - the beautyberry shrub. Beautyberry jelly is easy to make. Being very tasty, it has a delicate berry-like flavor (perhaps leaning towar...
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Mon, 11 Nov 2013 13:37:48 PST
How to Make and Can Concord Grape Jam barney_1 Our neighbors were kind enough to give us fifteen pounds of Concord Grapes. It's really quite easy and inexpensive to make and can your own jam, especially if the fruit was free. But you can also find grapes at this time of year at a local food co-op or farmer's market. 1. Wash eight half-pint jars...
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Fri, 4 Oct 2013 10:11:08 PDT
Grape and ginger jelly
Grape and ginger jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> birthmark This is a simple recipe for a nice grape and ginger jelly. Ingredients Ingredients: - 5 cups of black grapes - 3 cups of sugar - 2-3 oz of ginger (depending on how spicy you want your jelly) You will use: - 2 pots  - strainer - big spoon - clear sterilized jars Boiling Wash the grapes and r...
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Thu, 12 Sep 2013 13:08:21 PDT
Wild Grape Jelly and more
Wild Grape Jelly and more - More DIY How To Projects]]> velacreations There's something infinitely satisfying about gathering food from the wild. I guess part of it comes from an instinctive drive left over from our hunter/gatherer days, and part of it from the lazy man in each of us that likes getting something for "free", without having to work or pay for it. No mat...
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Tue, 9 Apr 2013 16:05:33 PDT
Stove Top Hot Pepper Jelly LILLIAN-R FOR MORE INFO ON THIS RECIPE GO HERE... Makes about 1 1/2 cups jelly, depending on cooking time and how much volume you choose to reduce 1 red pepper, diced 1 green pepper, diced 2 small jalepeno peppers, diced ...

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Tue, 5 Mar 2013 14:37:49 PST
Apple Cinnamon Jelly- A Great Alternative to Cranberry Sauce For The Holidays
Apple Cinnamon Jelly- A Great Alternative to Cranberry Sauce For The Holidays - More DIY How To Projects]]> bywaterdog  A great holiday or year-round treat. This versatile jelly tastes like old-fashioned Candy Apples and is great when used as a glaze on poultry or pork. Sweet and spicy, this super easy, low cost, quick and simple to make jelly is a great alternative to the dreaded "canned cranberry jelly"  for your ...
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Sun, 18 Nov 2012 07:57:42 PST
Muscadine fruit/wine jelly
Muscadine fruit/wine jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> fluffydragon Because everything is better with booze.  Or, if you like, simply use 2 cups of white or regular grape juice. The basic recipe that can be found elsewhere online uses 2 to 2.5 cups of water. Muscadines are very very sweet grapes, with a milder flavor than regular thin-skinned grapes. If you are unf...
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Sun, 16 Sep 2012 10:27:24 PDT
Homemade Apple Jelly mleverette Nothing finishes a meal like a bite of something sweet. Why not make your own jelly to add that touch of fruity sweetness to end the meal?
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Mon, 2 Jul 2012 04:42:16 PDT
Homemade Wild Raspberry Jam
Homemade Wild Raspberry Jam - More DIY How To Projects]]> JFabor Berry season is upon us!  Share a berry picking adventure with a few friends then turn your wild treasures into jam.  With these short steps and a few simple ingredients you can enjoy the pleasures of your harvest year round! Step 1: Find some berries! Peak berry season in Iowa begins at the e...
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Sat, 16 Jun 2012 19:08:24 PDT
Harvest Your Dandelions!
Harvest Your Dandelions! - More DIY How To Projects]]> mygibzone Spring has sprung & for many this means hours of intensive primping & prepping their gardens & lawns for the summer months. Before you begin pulling, chopping and spraying those weeds away, consider harvesting them! That's right there are several weeds that are edible, delicious, and nutritious. I m...
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Tue, 24 Apr 2012 15:24:22 PDT
Blackberry jelly for the pickin'
Blackberry jelly for the pickin' - More DIY How To Projects]]> Dr. P They're ripe, and they're free! Another experiment in 100-foot cuisine! They grow wild, we're stewards of the land (that is, we pay the property taxes on it), and they'll just die if I don't pick them, right? Let's make jelly! Ingredients 1-2 quarts of ripe blackberries 1/2 cup brown sugar 2 teas...
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Wed, 18 Apr 2012 12:22:50 PDT
Low-hassle User-Friendly Marmalade, (no canning or stovetop!)
Low-hassle User-Friendly Marmalade, (no canning or stovetop!) - More DIY How To Projects]]> megmaine Great for your tea party or your 'me' party, here is an economical and low-hassle way to have organic marmalade around with no GMOs and no corn syrup. This is easily customized to taste. Absolutely no standing there stirring constantly, or canning, required! Very user-friendly. You could make this i...
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Mon, 9 Apr 2012 08:11:59 PDT
Coffee Jelly
Coffee Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> skeinywoman I was playing around with ideas for coffee and thought, what about jelly? So this is a pretty simple version. I think it would be nice as a layer between cakes, or simple cookies. It could also be used as a base for marinades on meat.   Gather your ingredients. You will need: 4 cups water 1/2 ...
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Tue, 10 Jan 2012 12:22:53 PST
Sugarless Wild Grape Jelly
Sugarless Wild Grape Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> Josehf Murchison Wild grapes are smaller and more tart than domestic grapes however they are full of flavour. I like my projects simple and this is very simple, this recipe will work with any fruit and as in all my recipes I used artificial sweetener You can make a day with the family going out to the country pickin...
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Sun, 11 Sep 2011 04:40:57 PDT
Spiced Blueberry Jam
Spiced Blueberry Jam - More DIY How To Projects]]> Eldjotnar This is an easy and delicious recipe for Spiced Blueberry Jam. The recipe itself is from Alton Brown, so you know it has to be good. It has a strong blueberry flavor, with hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and anise. The jam goes well with just about everything, from toast, chicken, pork (my favorite), and...
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Thu, 1 Sep 2011 15:31:16 PDT
Sugarless Homemade Organic Raspberry Jelly Sweetened with Honey!
Sugarless Homemade Organic Raspberry Jelly Sweetened with Honey! - More DIY How To Projects]]> LoganMackey Yes Sugarless Homemade Organic Raspberry Jelly Sweetened with Honey! This jelly contains no additives preservatives sugar and was made form home grown berries and honey. What You Need For This instructable 4 Cups of berry juice (were using Red Raspberries) 1 cup Honey 4 Tablespoons Lemon Jui...
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Mon, 29 Aug 2011 15:51:12 PDT
Gingered Hot Pepper Jelly
Gingered Hot Pepper Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> dracidephgm In a previous instructable I showed how I make Minted Hot pepper Jelly  Late last summer we ran out of mint but we still had hot peppers growing in large quantity so I decided to replace the mint with Ginger and we really liked the outcome.  T...
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Sat, 20 Aug 2011 21:28:28 PDT
Minted Hot Pepper Jelly
Minted Hot Pepper Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> dracidephgm Last summer my housemate brought home buckets of hot peppers from her beau's victory garden and we had mint growing wild in the front yard so I decided to try my hand at making pepper jelly. Over the summer she brought home enough of these peppers to make about 90 eight ounce jars of the stuff and o...
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Sat, 20 Aug 2011 20:50:58 PDT
apricot jalapeno jam + freebie tags nestinground apricot jalapeno jelly This is the perfect baked brie topper, or to serve with crackers and sharp cheddar as a snack or appetizer. It is tangy, slightly sweet and has a nice jalapeno bite! It is sooooooo darn good- you've got to try this! 4 cups fresh apricots 3/4 cup white wine vineg...
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Fri, 19 Aug 2011 07:38:39 PDT
The Great Persimmon Experiment (in search of persimon jelly)
The Great Persimmon Experiment (in search of persimon jelly) - More DIY How To Projects]]> RaptorWing Yes, I realize I spelled the name of this fruit two different ways in the title.  According to some internet searches, either spelling is acceptable. My aunt and uncle in town (Austin, TX) have a persimmon tree in their backyard, and have offered me the fruit from the tree a couple years running.  ...
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Sat, 18 Dec 2010 19:27:46 PST
Jammin' For Sustainable Living
Jammin' For Sustainable Living - More DIY How To Projects]]> twogirlsandjam    We're currently taking a class at Maharishi University of Management called Permaculture Design in which we were to come up with an idea that we could create and instruct on how to do so.  We decided to make jam! We made both Cran-Apple Jam and Pepper Jelly. They both turned out amazing and her...
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Mon, 11 Oct 2010 16:03:55 PDT
Grape Jelly
Grape Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> Tool Using Animal I was cleaning out the frig so we'd have some place to store leftovers from Easter supper and found four pounds of over ripe grapes shoved to the back. Since throwing out unused produce is a common occurrence in this household i decided to stop the vicious cycle and make jelly... After all, everyon...
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Wed, 7 Apr 2010 18:21:51 PDT
How To Make Pomegranate Jelly
How To Make Pomegranate Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> Creativeman FALL, halloween, cool weather and the second week of November!   To me this signals, among other things, it's pomegranate jelly time!  I have a very prolific pomegranate tree that usually gives me tons of fruit, which can be processed into juice and or jelly.  There are other uses, of course, but I ...
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Tue, 10 Nov 2009 12:37:45 PST
Pectin from Scratch
Pectin from Scratch - More DIY How To Projects]]> NoFiller Pectin causes jams and jellies to gel. When using a pectin poor fruit, pectin must be added or the result will be nothing more than a fruit syrup. I refuse to use store bought pectin because I think it takes the craft out of jam and jelly making. Usually I just add apple skins and cores to whatever ...
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Sun, 25 Oct 2009 21:25:35 PDT
How to make Wine Jelly
How to make Wine Jelly - More DIY How To Projects]]> jomoncon Here are the instructions for making some great wine jelly. You can use any type of wine - red, white or rose, and it can be sweet or dry. If you like to drink it, you can use it in a jelly. I've used a ruby port that made a delicious jelly, but this Instructable uses an inexpensive blackberry wine...
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Mon, 10 Aug 2009 18:50:35 PDT
Blackberry Loquat Tartlettes
Blackberry Loquat Tartlettes - More DIY How To Projects]]> neighborhoodfruit Blackberries and loquats are in season and they grow abundantly around our neighborhood. Blackberry Loquat Tartlettes are beautiful, tasty and - most importantly - simple to make even for those who are like us - terrible at baking!Ingredients2 quarts blackberriesfor the marmalade5 lbs loquats4 cups ...
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Tue, 28 Jul 2009 09:57:21 PDT
Loquat Marmalade
Loquat Marmalade - More DIY How To Projects]]> neighborhoodfruit If you live on the West Coast, you've probably seen these delicious orangey yellow fruit hanging on trees around your neighborhood. Originating from East Asia, loquats are delicious, tangy fruits.BE CAREFUL! Do not eat or cook the seeds, as they are toxic!Ingrediants:5 lbs fresh picked loquatswate...
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Mon, 27 Jul 2009 20:30:45 PDT
How to Mini-Size A roll of Saran Wrap
How to Mini-Size A roll of Saran Wrap - More DIY How To Projects]]> Creativeman Why mini-size? I wanted to avoid the hassle of cutting a piece of cling wrap with scissors whenever I had a need for a small size of the plastic wrap. My solution? Divide one container in half. That way, I could tear off a square piece, put it directly on the item I need to wrap, and save that o...
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Mon, 2 Feb 2009 12:03:23 PST