|Jams, Preserves and Edible Gifts|
|by Sara Paston-Williams|
In Jams, Preserves and Edible Gifts, Sara Paston-Williams presents a collection of recipes that are both simple and delectable: apple and thyme je...
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Cook rhubarb in water until tender. Add sugar, stirring constantly. Cook a few minutes. Add pie filling and cook 10 minutes, breaking up the cherries ...
Combine rhubarb, sugar and cherry pie filling. Cook 20 minutes. Add Jello, cool and refrigerate. Makes 4 pints.
Mix and let ... 10 minutes. Remove from heat. Add 2 packages of 3 ounce cherry Jello. Stir until dissolved. Put in jars. Freeze or keep in refrigerator.
Combine strawberries and ... (Approximately 20 minutes.) Jam is done if it gels when dropped into water. Pour into sterilized jars and seal while still hot.
Boil 10 minutes or until cherries are soft. Add 1 small box raspberry Jello. Mash cherries with potato masher. Pour in jars and seal. Store in ...
For fruit, use ... in freezer. If jam will be used within 2 to 3 weeks, it may be stored in refrigerator. Makes 5 cups or about five 8 ounce containers.
Pit cherries (boring to do, get help!) Add water; heat to boiling; cover and simmer for 15 minutes. Measure 3 1/2 cups fruit and water together. Add ...
Mix sugar with cherries and let stand 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. Stir pectin into water, boil rapidly 1 minute. Remove from heat, add ...
Finely chopped frozen cherries, reserving juice. In 8 to 10 quart saucepan put chopped fruit (3 cups), juices and apple and lemon juice. Add pectin ...
Heat rhubarb and ... 10 minutes. Take off stove and add the 2 packages Jello. Mix until dissolved. Add cherry pie mix and mix well. Cool and then freeze.
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