|Jams, Preserves and Edible Gifts|
|by Sara Paston-Williams|
In Jams, Preserves and Edible Gifts, Sara Paston-Williams presents a collection of recipes that are both simple and delectable: apple and thyme je...
Tip: Try jam without pectin for more results.
Results 1 - 8 of 8 for grape jam without pectin
Separate grape skin from pulp. ... 1 box powder pectin. Stir until ... hard for one minute, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Skim and put in jars.
First, prepare the ... Concord or loose-skinned grapes. Set aside. ... Then make the jam. Add powdered pectin to fruit in ... to grapes before simmering.
Follow directions inside box of Sure Jell for Grape jelly. ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!
Slip skins from grapes. Put in ... chopped skins. Add pectin. Bring mixture ... Invert jars for 30 minutes to keep fruit from floating. Yield: 9 3/4 cups.
Boil until it cannot be stirred down. Add 8 cups of sugar. Boil 3 minutes. Pour into 7 sterilized pint jars and seal. Perfect!
Boil in heavy kettle 15-20 minutes, stir occasionally. Put through food mill. Stir and pour into jars.
Get a good ... not have enough pectin without combining with a ... water bath for 10 minutes. This step may be skipped if you plan to refrigerate the jelly.
Combine berries and ... stirring occasionally. Boil pectin and water rapidly ... 24 hours. If jam does not set, ... 1/2 cups. CONCORD GRAPE JAM: Heat fully ripe stemmed grapes without adding water to ... and substitute for raspberries.
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