|by Colleen Mullaney|
Imagine a big glass bowl of fruity, frosty, thirst-quenching elixir. In Punch, dozens of simple, delicious recipes are ready and waiting to add a ...
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Boil sugar and water together for 5 minutes using ... SYRUPS FOR FREEZING FRUITS: Boil for ... 5 minutes. Add maple flavoring. Serve at any temperature.
For apricots and peaches ... for cold packing fruits, except using ... two juices together mutes their flavor so that the fruits own flavor predominates.
In a 2 ... a one quart canning jar, I put ... After preparing the fruit drop immediately into ... I add water for remaining needed liquid. ... don't forget fresh cider.
You can make ... flavored sugars, and fruit cordials or liqueurs ... a 1/2 pint canning jar filled with ... filled with sugar for several months. The ... the next time around.
When I make jelly all the fruit pulp is left ... to use it for something else I ... they will feed any birds that hang around during winter. Fun and cheap!
Combine ingredients in ... of the two; process both pints and quarts in a boiling water bath for 25 minutes. Makes 3-5 quarts, depending upon fruit used.
Peel and dice ... to desired thickness. Add vinegar just before you bottle. Pressure cook for 10 minutes. Use for dip on nacho chips, tacos or taco salad.
To can fruits without sugar, prepare ... you normally would for canning. Use a ... fruits and vegetables are used in the diet according to the exchange lists.
Two to three pounds of peaches are needed for each quart sized canning jar. To prepare ... with 1 teaspoon Fruit Fresh (or ascorbic ... quarts for 25 minutes.
Wash apples well, discarding any bruised fruits. Peel and core. Chop or slice as for pies. Treat apples ... About 2 1/2 to 3 lbs. apples for each quart jar.
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