Different recipes call for different kinds of pectin. (What is pectin, anyway? Find out here.) So what if you're all set and ready to make a pot of jam, and your recipe calls for liquid pectin, but you only have dry? Can you substitute them?
Prickly pear cactus jam is one of the coolest jams I've ever tried. It's perfect with pancakes, crepes, toasts or English muffins. This recipe is ridiculously simple and it only takes 15 minutes! Jam can be stored in the fridge for over a month.
This lightly spiced peach jelly tastes like peach cobbler in a jar. Use your peaches in your favorite recipes and then make this jelly with the peels. It is a great way to make something tasty out of something you were going to discard.
Mulberry season has come earlier and earlier the past couple years to my yard, which means my canning season begins now! One of my favorite mulberry recipes is jam with balsamic vinegar and rapadura sugar, with deep colors and intense flavors.
You’d think that after six years I’d develop my own recipe for the rhubarb vanilla jelly, but here’s the honest truth: jelly scared me. Today I’m sharing a homemade jelly recipe that’s not actually that scary after all.
Hedgerow Jelly is made from an infusion of wildflowers including Queen Anne's Lace, Yarrow, Rose Petals, Red Clover, and other native edible flowers from my yard and nearby meadows. Forage and make a delicious summer jelly to brighten your winter.
This savory-sweet onion jam is a great condiment for burgers, or simply spread on top of toast with cheese. Or, kick your favorite pizza and flatbread toppings up a notch by spreading a bit over the top of your dough.