Texas Jalapeño Pepper Jelly with Cricut Jar Labels
Sweet, spicy, and colorful, this jalapeño jelly recipe adds a little kick to biscuits, bread, chips, and more!
– 12 Fresh jalapeños Stem removed & de-seeded – 1 Red bell pepper – 2 cups Apple cider vinegar – 6 cups Granulated sugar – 3 ounces Liquid pectin 1
1. Wash jars, lids, and rings.
2. Bring a large stock pot of water to boil for canning.
3. Add de-seeded and deveined peppers to food processor with 1 cup vinegar and fine chop.
4. Pour pepper puree into a large pot with remaining cup of vinegar and sugar.
5. After cooking 10 minutes, stir in the liquid pectin and boil hard for 1 minute, then remove from heat.
6. Pour jelly mixture into jars
Can I Use Powdered Pectin Instead?
This recipe specifically calls for liquid pectin, so I recommend sticking with that.
Why is My Jelly Runny?
Jelly and jam can take up to 48 hours to fully set. Give it time and check again later.
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