|The Art of the Tart|
|by Tamasin Day-Lewis|
The marriage of textures and flavours, colours and aromas make tarts the most satisfying of foods to make and eat.
Tip: Try jelly powder pectin for more results.
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Combine all of ... or use as a marinade. I like to add the hot peppers in the salad that the restaurant uses. It tastes closer to the original that way.
7 to 9 ... to fill with jelly. Chop onions ... pot. Wash all peppers, remove stems ... Add vinegar and pectin. Bring to ... for a snack or hors d'oeuvre.
Halve and seed the bell peppers. Cut them ... for the powdered pectin. Put the ... heat, ladle the jelly into warmed, sterilized ... Makes about 10 cups.
Cut peppers in half; remove ... vinegar, salt, chili powder, sugar and ... heat; stir in pectin. Boil, stirring ... Ladle boiling hot jelly into hot sterilized jars. Seal. Yields 4 pints.
Grind peppers and onions (or ... and 1 box pectin. Bring to ... minute. Pour through jelly bag or cheese ... fingers. Serve with cream cheese and crackers.
Cut open peppers, discard seeds ... in vinegar. Add pectin and bring to ... if desired. ladle into hot sterilized jars and seal. Makes 4 (1/2 pint) jars.
Add: Boil peppers, sugar and ... Certo bottle. Makes 5-6 jelly glasses. Put jelly on cream cheese and crackers or toast points and serve as hors d'oeuvres.
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