Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
This spicy hot pepper jelly is the perfect way to use your garden's bounty of hot peppers this summer. Can it to enjoy throughout the year.
Are you new to canning? Looking for an easy and rewarding project this weekend? Try Homemade Pepper Jelly!
If you know and like pepper jellies, you will probably enjoy this Green Tomato and Chili Jelly. In spite of being hot, is has a very subtle, slightly refreshing taste and is perfect paired with delicately seasoned dishes.
This two-day jelly recipe uses pectin from apples to set and features banana peppers. I call it "Golden Banana-Apple Sunrise Jelly".
Homemade Yogurt cheese and sweet chili sauce. A delicious homemade sauce and cheese combo.
Hot and sweet peppers are available throughout the Summer. This Pepper Jelly is a mixture of both and a great way to spice up toasts, grilled meat, sandwiches, noodles, rice dishes...
I wanted for a recipe for jalapeño jelly that didn't rely on food dye or commercial pectin. I've come up with the following recipe which uses apple jelly made from Granny Smith apples and cranberries.
My husband's grandmother used to make this every year - and then the family fought over them! As well as an easy appetizer, it's great on wings, but that's another post you'll have to find...