|The Wineries of British Columbia|
|by John Schreiner|
An up-to-date look at one of the fastest-growing New World wine regions. British Columbia has some of Canada's best grape-growing conditions -- a...
1 - 10 of 407 for home make pepper jelly
Have ready 8-10 ... clean blender, process peppers with water until ... into hot sterilized jars. Seal and process in boiling water bath for 10 minutes.
Combine pepper strips, vinegar and ... peppers evenly before jelly completely sets. Substitute ... been cooked in. Makes 5 cups. If ... seeded and quartered) instead.
Halve and seed the bell peppers. Cut them ... heat, ladle the jelly into warmed, sterilized ... will be ready to eat after 2 weeks. Makes about 10 cups.
Chop peppers. (I put ... bits of pepper. Add several drops of green food coloring and Certo, boil 1 minute. Pour in jelly jars. Yields: 7 or 8 1/2 pt. jars.
Heat jelly in small saucepan. Add peppers and vinegar; simmer ... weeks ahead. Keeps 3 months. Makes 3 (6 oz.) jars. Good with cream cheese on crackers.
Mold softened cream cheese in a circle with a hole in the middle. Put jelly in the hole. Serve on crackers. Wonderful for parties. See pepper jelly recipe.
Wash glasses in ... Puree chilies and peppers. In a ... pectin. Spoon into jelly jars. Cover at ... cool and refrigerate. Makes about 8 (1/2 pint) jars.
Blend all ingredients together except jelly. Wrap in ... about 1/4 teaspoon pepper jelly in the ... me.) Best to freeze for future use, then bake as needed.
Mix peppers, sugar, and ... into hot sterilized jelly jars and seal. ... determine how to make the appetizer by ... Also good serve as a condiment for meat.
Stir jelly in a small ... smooth. Stir in peppers and vinegar. Pour ... evenly. Cover loosely and refrigerate. When cold, tighten lids. Makes 2 1/3 cups.
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