31 - 40 of 85 for strawberry preserves made figs
Mix all together well. Let set for 15 minutes, then apply heat and let boil 20 minutes. Ready to place in jars or serve.
Peel figs if preferred. Mix ... into jars and seal. After jars are cooled it is better to put in the refrigerator or cool place and use as soon as possible.
Wash, peel and mash figs. Place figs, ... Pour boiling hot preserves into jars, leaving ... space. Adjust lids, process 10 minutes in a boiling water bath.
Sterilize jars. Wash, peel and mash figs. Place fig, ... often. Pour hot preserves into hot jars ... minutes in a boiling water bath or store in refrigerator.
Wash, peel and mash figs. Place figs, ... Pour boiling hot preserves into jars, leaving 1/4" ... Adjust lids. Process 10 minutes in a boiling water bath.
Prepare 4 1/2 pint jars before starting the preserves. Combine figs, sugar and ... minutes). Pour into sterile jars and seal with paraffin. Seal with lids.
Sterilize 3 pint ... boiler and bring slowly to a boil on medium heat. Boil for 3 minutes and pour hot preserves into hot jars. Wipe jar rims and adjust lids.
Mash figs. Add sugar, gelatin and hot water. Cook for 5 minutes. Let cool. Place in pint jars. Place lids and bands on jars, screwing bands tight.
Thoroughly mix gelatin, figs and sugar in ... longer if thicker preserves is desired. Pour ... wanted, do not peel figs. If lighter preserves, peel figs.
Thoroughly mix figs, gelatin, sugar ... immediate use, refrigerate preserves. For extended ... and set on counter to cool. Makes about 6 (6 oz.) glasses.
top of page