|A Good Day for Salad|
|by Louise Fiszer|
The authors get creative, offering a intriguing array of starter salads, party salads, picnic salads, and dessert salads, as well as classics and ...
11 - 20 of 504 for pectin jelly
Combine pepper strips, ... then mix in pectin and food color. ... peppers evenly before jelly completely sets. Substitute ... seeded and quartered) instead.
Pour 2 1/2 ... in the fruit pectin and parsley. Bring ... water bath for 10 minutes or store in the refrigerator until ready to use. Makes about six jars.
7 to 9 ... to fill with jelly. Chop onions ... Add vinegar and pectin. Bring to ... meats or on crackers with cream cheese for a snack or hors d'oeuvre.
Wash glasses in ... before starting the jelly drain glasses on ... apple cider and pectin, over high ... Ladle into jars and seal thoroughly with paraffin.
First, prepare the ... 10 minutes. Place jelly bag or cheesecloth ... bottle of fruit pectin. Then bring ... Yields: About 10 med. glasses (5 lbs. jelly).
Wash glasses in ... and stir in pectin. Spoon into jelly jars. Cover at once with ... paraffin. Let cool and refrigerate. Makes about 8 (1/2 pint) jars.
Wash and remove ... boil. Add liquid pectin and bring to ... Ladle into sterilized jelly glasses and cover. ... on sandwiches, and sausage and biscuits.
Mix all ingredients except food coloring and pectin. Bring to ... few drops green food coloring and pectin. Mix well. Pour into glasses or jar and seal.
When working with ... food coloring and pectin. Bring to ... few drops of green food coloring and pectin and mix well. Pour into glasses or jars and seal.
Combine apple juice, lemon juice and pectin in a large ... inch head space. Adjust caps. Process 5 minutes in boiling water bath. Yield about 10 half pints.
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