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Currant Jelly

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Nutritional information

1304.1
Calories
11 g
Calories From Fat
1.2 g
Total Fat
0.1 g
Saturated Fat
0 mg
Cholesterol
36.9 mg
Sodium
341.4 g
Carbs
31.3 g
Dietary Fiber
310 g
Sugars
18.8 g
Protein
2304g
Serving Size

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Currant Jelly

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I squeezed mine because I'm impatient and it jelled perfectly and was clear too! I think if you squeeze it, more pectin gets into the mix and it jells.

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Prep Time: 20 m   |   Cook Time: 2hrs 30mins   |  Serves:

Currant Jelly, This recipe, from Canadian Living, calls for a combination of red & white currants Cultivated white currants are available at farmer’s markets & specialty stores Since I’m a lucky person with a red currant bush in my yard, I don’t do the combo The prep time includes the dripping time Use this tart/sweet jelly on toast, glaze a pork roast OR check out the Zaar recipes that use it!”, unique and delicous, This recipe, from Canadian Living, calls for a combination of red & white currants Cultivated white currants are available at farmer’s markets & specialty stores Since I’m a lucky person with a red currant bush in my yard, I don’t do the combo The prep time includes the dripping time Use this tart/sweet jelly on toast, glaze a pork roast OR check out the Zaar recipes that use it!

 

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Steps

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Pick over the currants, removing leaves and poor berries but do not stem them.

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Put currants in a colander and wash well.

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Pour into a pot and mash well with a potato masher.

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Boil until the berries become a mush and allow to drip through a jelly bag overnight.

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Do not squeeze the mash if you want sparkling, clear jelly.

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Next morning, measure the juice and put an equal amount of sugar into another vessel.

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Warm the sugar in a very slow oven-- about 150 F to 200 F-- for 1/2 hour or so.

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Heat the juice to the boiling point and pour over sugar into another container.

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Stir until sugar is completely dissolved.

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Do not cook mixture.

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Instead, pour into glasses while still hot.

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It will jell perfectly.

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Seal the glasses with 2 thin layers of paraffin and a lid.

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Bobby Ryan

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