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Wild Mustang Grape Jelly

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How to make your own grape jelly! Sweet and delicious.

Ingredients

  • 7 cups Sugar
  • 4 cups Mustang Grape Juice
  • 1 box (1.75 Oz. Box) Sure-Jell Powdered Pectin
  • ½ teaspoons Butter

Preparation

Measure out sugar into a medium bowl and set aside.

In a large saucepot combine juice, pectin and butter. Bring to a full rolling boil (a boil that will not stop bubbling even when stirred). Once boiling, add sugar all at once, stirring well to combine. Bring back to a full rolling boil and boil rapidly, stirring constantly for 1 minute exactly. Immediately remove from heat, skim off any foam and ladle into hot sterilized jars, filling to 1/8 inch from top. Place sterilized tops and rings on jars and tighten rings firmly, but not as tight as you can.

Place jars in canner rack and lower into gently boiling water, covering tops of jars by two inches (add more water if necessary). Place the lid on the canner and continue gently boiling for 5 minutes. Carefully remove jars from the canner and place upright on a towel-lined countertop or cooling rack and allow to cool completely. As jars cool you may hear a pop! That’s a great sound, it means your jars are sealing. After jars are completely cool, check seals by pressing tops of lids. If the lid pops back and forth, the lid is not sealed and you must use immediately and refrigerate. Otherwise, you can follow the Sure-Jell or powdered pectin box’s directions for re-processing.

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The Three Little Piglets on 4.20.2011

What is Mustang grape juice? I’ve never heard of it before. And where do you find it?

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