It takes a bit of work to make the fruit juice required for a colorfully translucent jelly. A proper ratio of fruit, pectin, acid, and sugar is required; do not fret, it is not nearly as complicated as it seems.
Sweet, tart, and spicy, Habañero Pepper Jelly is nearly irresistible. The jelly adds a serious kick to a simple grilled cheese or spread it on a turkey sandwich. The recipe can easily be adapted to feature other varieties of peppers as well.
Betsy is lucky enough to have a neighbor w/ quince trees! She walks us through the process of making jelly and then using the quince pulp to create membrillo, which is a firm paste traditionally eaten in Spain with Manchego, at breakfast or dessert.
I've always wanted to make prickly pear jelly, but never had the opportunity until now. This recipe is something I developed based on my experience with canning over the past several years. The jelly it produces is beautiful and tasty.