|Pralines: A New Perspective|
|by Ebony Martin|
Love desserts with a Southern accent? Then you probably love pralines, the delectable Louisiana treat with a 300 year-old pedigree.
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Pick berries, wash ... One batch of jelly takes 3 1/2 ... Pour into clean jars and seal with a lid or paraffin melted and poured over when jelly is cooled.
Wash chokecherries. Place ... cherries well. Cook about 20 minutes or until done. Place in jelly bag. Follow instructions on Sure Jell package for jelly making.
Cover washed chokecherries ... to make the jelly, take 4 ... Jell to a boil and add sugar. Cook for 3 minutes. Put into jelly glasses; cover with paraffin.
Wash berries; put ... sugar. Bring to rolling boil and boil hard 1 minute, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Skim off foam. Use scalded jelly glasses.
Add: Bring to full rolling boil; boil, stirring constantly. Boil exactly 1 minute. Skim foam from top with metal spoon. Put in prepared jars.
One homemaker suggests ... juice and half chokecherry juice for a very tasty jelly. Pour the ... process in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes. Very good.
Wash and crush 1 pound fruit; add 1 cup water. Simmer 15 minutes. Squeeze out juice. Measure 3 cups juice, 1/2 cup lemon juice, 1 package MCP pectin, ...
Pour juice into large kettle. Add sugar and stir to mix. Place over high heat and bring to a full rolling boil. Boil hard for 1 minute stirring ...
Preparing Juice: Stem ... minutes. Place in jelly bag and squeeze ... with a metal spoon. Pour quickly into glasses. Cover at once with hot paraffin wax.
Bring the above ... ounces) Certo fruit pectin. Bring to a full rolling boil for exactly 1 minute. Pour into jelly glasses and seal with lids or paraffin.
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