SPICED BEER JELLY
This is posted in response to a request from Fernygoat. It is from Christine Ferber's "Mes Confitures". Ferber doesn't use commercial pectin - instead you make your own apple juice, which supplies the pectin. The recipe does not say how much this makes, so the 6 half-pints yield is a guess on my part. Use the cold plate test to check the set as you are cooking it - when a drop of jelly placed on a cold plate "wrinkles" when you nudge it, it is done.
Provided by xtine
Yield 6 half pints
Number Of Ingredients 8
- Rinse the apples in cold water. Stem and cut the apples into eighths without peeling them. Put the fruit in a preserving pan and cover them with the water. Bring to a boil and allow to simmer for 30 minutes on low heat. The apples will be soft. Collect the juice by pouring this preparation into a fine chinois strainer, pressing lightly on the fruit with the back of a skimmer. Then filter the juice a second time by pouring it through a cheesecloth that you have soaked and wrung out. Let the juice run freely. It is preferable to let the juice rest overnight in the refrigerator.
- Next day, measure 2 cups 1 ounce of the juice, leaving in the bottom of the bowl any residue that settled out overnight. You will have clearer jelly this way.
- Place two small saucers or plates in the freezer - you will use these to check the set.
- Pour the apple juice, beer, sugar, orange zest, lemon juice, cinnamon sticks, and ground cardamom into the preserving pan and bring it to a simmer. Skim carefully. Continue cooking on high heat for 10 to 15 minutes, stirring gently. Skim again if necessary. Check the set. Remove the cinnamon sticks & return to a boil. Put the jelly in jars immediately and seal.
SPICED CURRANT JELLY
Very spicy and beautifully sweet preserves from the New England chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947. This recipe makes about 3 pints and cooking time is approximate. While this recipe is written in an old-fashioned way, it is perfectly safe if processed using modern methods. If you are unfamiliar with these techniques, please go to http://www.uga.edu/nchfp/how/can_home.html for the current information.
Provided by Molly53
Yield 48 1-ounce servings
Number Of Ingredients 4
- Wash currants; stem and add sugar and spices.
- Heat until sugar melts; boil, uncovered for 20 minutes or until thick enough to form jelly on a cold plate.
- Pour into sterilized jelly glasses and seal.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 154, Fat 0.1, Sodium 2.4, Carbohydrate 40.1, Fiber 2, Sugar 38, Protein 1.2
WINTER SPICE JELLY
This spiced jam can be stored to eat with meat or cheese or presented as a homemade gift
Provided by Good Food team
Yield Makes 2 jars
Number Of Ingredients 11
- Wash and cut up the apples into small chunks, leaving the peel and cores in. Tip the apple into a large pan with the spices, orange peel and bay leaves, reserving 2 star anise, 4 cloves and 2 bay leaves for the jars. Cover with 600ml water. Bring to the boil, then turn down the heat and simmer with a lid on for 1 1⁄2 hrs.
- Pour the apple mixture into a jelly bag or a sieve lined with muslin or a J-cloth, suspended over a large bowl. Leave to drip for 2 hrs (until it stops dripping) or overnight. Do not be tempted to push the liquid though the sieve or your jelly will become cloudy.
- Measure the juice - you should have about 600ml. Pour the liquid into a large pan along with the jam sugar and vinegar.
- Set over a low heat to dissolve the sugar, stirring constantly. Once dissolved, turn up the heat and bring to the boil. Boil rapidly for 15 mins, or until setting point is reached, skimming away any scum that rises to the surface.
- Pour jelly into hot sterilised jars and place a star anise, bay leaf and 2 cloves into each jar. Chill for 3-4 hrs or overnight until set.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 125 calories, Carbohydrate 33 grams carbohydrates, Sugar 33 grams sugar, Sodium 0.01 milligram of sodium
SPICY RED-PEPPER JELLY
A dash of red pepper flakes adds nuance to this condiment of sweet red peppers cooked with vinegar, sugar, and pectin. Serve it on a cheese board or stir a spoonful into mayo for a vibrant sandwich spread.
Yield Makes 4 to 5 (1/2-pint) jars
Number Of Ingredients 9
- Sterilize jars and lids:
- Wash jars, lids, and screw bands in hot, soapy water, then rinse well. Dry screw bands. Put empty jars on a rack in a boiling-water canner or a deep 8- to 10-quart pot and add enough hot water to cover by 2 inches. Bring to a boil, covered, then boil 10 minutes. Remove canner from heat, leaving jars in water, covered. Heat lids in water to cover by 2 inches in a small saucepan until thermometer registers 180°F (do not let boil). Remove from heat. Keep jars and lids submerged in hot water, covered, until ready to use.
- Make jelly:
- Pulse bell peppers with red-pepper flakes in a food processor until finely chopped. (Mixture will measure about 2 1/2 cups.)
- Whisk together pectin and 1/4 cup sugar in a small bowl.
- Stir together pepper mixture, vinegar, butter, salt, and remaining 3 cups sugar in a 5- to 6-quart heavy pot. Bring to a vigorous boil over high heat, then continue to boil vigorously, stirring occasionally, 5 minutes. Gradually add pectin mixture, whisking constantly. Return jelly to a vigorous boil, stirring constantly, and boil, stirring constantly, 1 to 2 minutes (mixture will thicken slightly). Remove from heat.
- Carefully remove jars and lids with canning tongs, then drain jars upside down on a clean kitchen towel and quickly dry lids. Invert jars and immediately ladle hot jelly into jars, leaving 1/4 inch of space at top. (Last jar may not be full.) Run a clean plastic spatula between jelly and sides of jars to eliminate air bubbles. Wipe off rims of filled jars with a damp clean kitchen towel, then firmly screw on lids with screw bands.
- Seal and process jars:
- Put sealed jars on rack in canner or pot and add enough hot water to cover by 2 inches. (If you have a jar that is partially full, do not process it. Cover it with a lid and screw band, then keep in refrigerator.) Bring to a full boil, covered, then boil jelly, covered, 15 minutes. Transfer jars with canning tongs to a towel-lined surface to cool. Jars will seal; if you hear a ping, that means that the vacuum formed above the cooling jelly has made the lid concave. Remember that you may or may not be around to hear the ping. The important thing is for the jars to eventually have concave lids. Jelly will thicken as it cools.
- After jars have cooled, 12 to 24 hours, press center of each lid to check that it's concave, then remove screw band and try to lift lid with your fingertips. If you can't, the lid has a good seal. Replace screw band. Put any jars that haven't sealed properly in the refrigerator and use them first (along with jar that was only partially full).
ROOT BEER JELLY
Make and share this Root Beer Jelly recipe from Food.com.
Provided by Diana Adcock
Yield 2 pints
Number Of Ingredients 4
- Combine all ingredients except pectin.
- Heat to boiling stirring to dissolve sugar.
- Add pectin.
- Stir constantly to bring to a boil and boil hard for 30 seconds.
- Ladle into clean hot jars and process for 5 minutes in a boiling water bath canner.
- *Note-this came out of a 1935 cookbook and there was no processing time-just seal.
- Go with the 5 minutes folks.
- Also, you can use cola or cream soda if you like-they work best. Maybe even Dr. Pepper!
Nutrition Facts : Calories 1216.2, Sodium 20.8, Carbohydrate 313.9, Fiber 0.9, Sugar 312.5
GINGERBREAD SPICE JELLY
I've made batches of this simple jelly, a winner at our county fair, to give as gifts for many years. When the jars are empty, people return them for a refill. -Robin Nagel, Whitehall, Montana
Provided by Taste of Home
Yield 5 half-pints.
Number Of Ingredients 6
- In a large saucepan, bring water to a boil. Remove from heat; add tea bags. Cover and steep 30 minutes., Discard tea bags. Stir in the sugar, apple juice and butter. Bring to a full rolling boil over high heat, stirring constantly. Stir in pectin. Continue to boil 1 minute, stirring constantly. , Remove from heat; skim off foam. Ladle hot mixture into 5 hot half-pint jars, leaving 1/4-in. headspace. Wipe rims. Center lids on jars; screw on bands until fingertip tight. , Place jars into canner with simmering water, ensuring that they are completely covered with water. Bring to a boil; process for 10 minutes. Remove jars and cool. (Jelly may take up to 2 weeks to set.)
Nutrition Facts : Calories 91 calories, Fat 0 fat (0 saturated fat), Cholesterol 1mg cholesterol, Sodium 2mg sodium, Carbohydrate 23g carbohydrate (23g sugars, Fiber 0 fiber), Protein 0 protein.
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