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Cook apricots as directed on the package. Add pineapple, sugar and ... to boil. Stir often so it won't stick. Pour into 8 sterilized 1/2 pint jelly jars.
Soak apricots overnight, drain and cut into small pieces. Add pineapple and water and ... seal with Home Can Sealer. Cool quickly. Dry, label and store.
Apricots: Wash and ... cup of fruit. Pineapple: Drain pineapple, ... and immediately pour jam into glasses. Seal according ... directions. Makes 4 cups.
Rinse apricots. Simmer, covered ... Mash apricots; add pineapple, lemon and ... minutes. Ladle into hot scalded jars; seal. Makes about size (1/2 pint) jars.
Use large zucchini. ... kettle, pectin, crushed pineapple and sugar. Bring ... and stir in apricot Jello thoroughly. Pour ... lids. Thickens as it sets.
Cut apricots into small pieces ... and mix with pineapple, juice and ... sure to use a heavy pan to prevent sticking. You don't have to seal to preserve.
Cover apricots with cold water. ... juice. Chop the fruit and add drained juice. Add pineapples with its juices. Put in sugar to taste. Cook until thick.
Cook and mash apricots. Add pineapple. Bring to boil. ... and bring to boil then add sugar. Bring to full boil for 5 minutes. Then put in jars and seal.
Rinse and clean apricots. Simmer in water (or the unsweetened pineapple juice) until tender. ... clear. Pour into sterilized jars. Makes 6 (6 oz.) jars.
Put the apricots in a pot, ... Add the canned pineapple with its juices ... or the freezer test. Pour into hot, sterilized jars and seal. About 4 pints.
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