|by Pierre Galet|
You don't need to own a vineyard to benefit from knowing what it takes to turn grapes into fine wines.
Tip: Try grape jelly for more results.
Results 1 - 10 of 18 for concord grape jelly
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Sort, wash and remove stems from grapes. Place in ... rolling boil. Boil jelly mixture for 1 ... jelly into hot jelly jars and seal. Yields 9 (8 ounce) jars.
Slowly add pectin ... beat.) Pour thawed grape juice concentrate into ... temperature for 24 hours or until set. Freeze or refrigerate. Makes 5 or 6 half pints.
Use fully ripe grapes. Wash and ... grape in dampened jelly bag or several ... skim off foam with large metal spoon. Immediately put into hot jars and seal.
Pour juice and Sure Jell on high heat. Bring to hard boil. Add sugar; bring back to hard boil. Boil 1 minute. Remove from heat; remove foam. Put in ...
First, prepare the ... pounds fully ripened grapes and crush thoroughly ... 10 minutes. Place jelly bag or cheesecloth ... 10 med. glasses (5 lbs. jelly).
Season lamb shanks ... blend in the jelly. Heat to ... serve with garnish, made by mixing fresh chopped mint with 1/4 cup concord grape jelly. Serves 4.
Cook half the ... the jar of jelly over medium heat, ... sauce. Cook for 10 minutes. If you want more sauce, add equal amounts of chili sauce and jelly.
In a small saucepan, combine dates, apricots, grape jelly and orange juice. ... or until golden, at 375 degrees. Cool slightly. Cut into bars while warm.
Mix together and cook over very low heat 6 to 8 hours. Be careful that it does not burn. Cover with sauce and cook on lowest heat possible for 1/2 ...
Mix onion, egg, ... quart saucepan melt grape jelly and chili sauce. ... bubbly add meatballs and simmer for 30 minutes. Yield 40-50 bite-size meatballs.
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