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Pepper Jelly recipe

Updated on September 26, 2008

Pepper Jelly

A friend of mine gave me this great pepper jelly recipe. This is a great way to preserve your peppers and make a sweet dipping sauce. This pepper jelly is great on burgers and goes great with some crackers and cheese. This recipe makes a great gift, fill a basket of fancy crackers and a jar of this, check it out.

You will need

2 med green peppers,

2 sml- med red, orange or purple peppers

½ cup red chilli pepper

1 ¼ cups of apple cider vinegar

6 cups of sugar

2 envelopes of liquid pectin

Makes 6-7 ½ pint jars

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green peppers, purple peppers, cooking, preserving, canning,food
Remember to sterilize all equipment
Remember to sterilize all equipment

In processor blend chopped peppers until almost liquefied( Have some bits still) remove ½ into stainless steel pot. Add chilli pepper to processor and process the same. Add remaining pepper mix to stainless steel pot. Add in vinegar and sugar, cook over med heat stirring constantly until rolling boil. Continue to boil for 5 minutes, continuing to stir, turn heat to med-low add in two packs of liquid pectin, mixing until dissolved. Bring heat back to med cook until returned to a rolling boil let boil for 1 minute. Remove from heat and skim foam from the top, fill HOT sterilized jars, seal and process in water bath for 10 minutes add 3 minutes for every 1000 feet above sea level....

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pepper jelly cooking
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pepper jelly, jams, jellies, canning

Uses... Great for crackers, toast and dipping.

Mix with cream cheese for a great cracker spread...Make sure to mix with cheese and place back in the fridge until ready to serve.

Dip chicken fingers or mix into some rice...yum-mee

**Heat jars in oven or in hot water bath before use( this will also sterilize), sterilize seals and lids in small cooking pot of boiling water, several minutes before use. Make sure all equipment is sterilized before use, helping to prevent bacteria from mixing with your food.


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      Nadia Archuleta 5 years ago from Denver, Colorado

      This sounds like another great way to use up a bumper crop of peppers. Thanks for sharing -- I can't wait to try it with the next bumper crop.

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      Erin Eisenman 6 years ago from Montana

      I have the same recipe and it is THE best! I've tried lots of different variations, but this one is so simple and tasty! Thanks for sharing! Oh, and our favorite use for it? Slathering it on homegrown ham steaks right before taking them off the grill! Talk about out of this world! Great hub!

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      Kelly 9 years ago

      Love this recipe, will try it out this weekend possibly,