|The Corn Cook Book|
|by Elizabeth O. Hiller|
Compiled and arranged by Elizabeth O. Hiller, the same Domestic Economics teacher/principal who compiled and arranged the Volland calendars of rec...
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Boil broken corn cobs in water 30 ... Add Sure Jel. Bring to a rolling boil. Add sugar. Boil 5 minutes or to jelly stage. Pour in sterilized jars. Seal.
Wash cobs; put in large container. Boil 30 minutes. Strain off 3 cups juice. Add pectin, bring mixture to a boil. Add sugar. Boil 1 minute.
Wash and break corn cobs, place into ... strain juice through jelly bag or colander. ... add sugar. Boil for 5 minutes. Pour into sterilized jars and seal.
Bring corn cobs and water to ... any color may be used. I use yellow. Jelly is clear and tastes like honey. Pour into clean, sterilized glasses and seal.
Boil 3 corn cobs for 1/2 hour; ... juice. Add 1 package Sure-Jell and boil 3 minutes. Add 3 cups sugar and boil 2 minutes longer. Seal as other jellies.
Boil 7 corn cobs in 2 quarts ... Add 5 cups sugar; bring back to boil. Boil for 2 minutes, remove foam, then ladle into jars. Makes 7 (8 oz.) jelly jars.
Wash corn cobs, break into ... a boil then add 3 cups sugar; bring again to boiling point and boil 5 minutes. Pour in sterilized jars and jelly glasses.
Wash the corn cobs and cut into ... sterilized jars or jelly glasses and seal. ... transparent, coral red jelly with a flavor very much like plum jelly.
Boil corn cobs, make sure ... Then add sugar all at once. Bring to a boil again. Add red food coloring. Mix well. Pour into hot, sterilized jars and seal.
12 corn cobs, wash, break ... this boil for 2 minutes. Pour into sterilized jars and seal. If it fails to jel, makes great syrup for pancakes or waffles.
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