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Thread: Red Pepper Jelly

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    Super Member Olivia's Grammy's Avatar
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    2 med green peppers

    2 med red peppers (I use all the same color, I found if I don't the jelly is muddy looking)

    10 large jalapeno ( I use a small amount of red food coloring for the red, green when I think of it)

    4 c sugar

    1 box pectin

    1/2 c water

    1/2 c cider vinegar





    Protect hands with rubber gloves (very important) while preparing jalapenos. Stem, half all peppers. I use half of the seeds. Finely chopped all peppers

    I use my food processor.



    I mix the box of pectin with a little sugar. Bring peppers, water vinegar pectin/sugar mixture. Bring to a boil you can't stir down. Add remaining sugar bring to rolling boil you can't stir down and stir ONE minute. I put the jelly in hot jars I've kept hot in the oven. You know the rest.

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    Thanks

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    Sounds good.

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    Sounds good. I love this on crackers wtih cream cheese.

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    What do you do with pepper jelly? Does it go on a biscuit?

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    You eat pepper jelly any way you like. A lot of people eat it with cream cheese and crackers. I like it on hot buttered corn bread. DH likes it on soda crackers. So I think it would be good on a hot biscut.

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