Hot Pepper Jelly
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Process: 5 min.
In the ingredient list shouldn't the amount of pectin and food coloring be listed? I am making this right now so I am guessing. Anyone on right now that could answer. I prefer not to guess when it comes to jelly.. ?? thanks
1st batch I made with jalapenos the 2nd batch i made with atomic peppers both turned out great. Now the people who like mild can go green and thise that like heat can go red.
I needed hot pepper jelly to make TOH's Jalapeno-Lime Chicken Drumstick recipe. I divided the recipe in half. I didn't strain it or process it. It still thickened up. Be sure to stay clear of the fumes as another reviewer also said.
Love it!!!! I make it every fall with the peppers from my garden. I don't change a thing.
Just made three pints and 11 half pints. We added carrots and peaches and didn't strain it or add food coloring .
We have bought this jelly at our local farmers market. So good. Put in on cream cheese in little phyllo shells topped with jelly. Went really quickly. Also saw a recipe with brie and wrapped in puff pastry. So pretty. Have found several recipes for this any plan to make my own
Proportions are al wrong. No need to strain. Instructions are terrible.
I have made this two times now and both times I have requests for more! YUMMY! Wear gloves and a mask though when making. Fumes can be a little over whelming.
good recipe, good flavor, the only difference I made was to use only one packet of liquid pectin per recipe. No difference in gelling so will continue to make this but with half as much pectin.
Have made this several times, It's Great if you like hot For parties or gatherings I mix it with cream cheese so that it just has a small bite and put it into an Accent decorator. Guests can dispense as much as they like onto a ceacker.