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Old 05-06-2006, 08:47 AM   #1
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Homemade Pineapple Habanero jelly..Results and Recipe posted

Last weekend I bought two fresh pineapples at Costco's because I wanted to make pineapple habranero jelly for a rib glaze. I've made jelly before but not anytime recently and I have never made pepper jelly. I used 5 habranero in the recipe. The leftovers in the pot tasted pretty good. I hope it set up. It boiled ALL over the stove while I was getting a 1/2 teaspoon of butter to keep it from foaming. I lost about a jars worth. It took longer to clean that mess up than it did to make the puree and the jelly. Here are some pictures.

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Old 05-06-2006, 09:19 AM   #2
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Making jelly and jam is a lot of work. Maybe by the time you use the last jar you won't remember how much work it was!
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cleglue I love pepper Jelly I have been buying them at texaspepperJelly but now the pepper plants are taking off I could use a pepper jelly recipes are a book on how to make jelly anything would help.

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I actually found two recipes online. I'll post them later. I changed one of them to make this batch. Tomorrow I'll see if it set. I think it has already. Sometimes it takes a week or so I'm told, but my jelly has always set pretty quick when using pectin. On the pepper jelly I used a liquid pectin from Walmart Ball brand.
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That pepper jelly sounds real good. I'd like to see a recipe for that to.
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I made several batches and posted pics and a recipe in this thread.
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Old 05-06-2006, 08:35 PM   #7
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Shawn W.,

I actually read your recipe on another site and have it as an URL here. I didn't use vinegar in mine does that make a difference in the taste?

I opened the half fill Pineapple Habanero Jelly I made this morning and used as a glaze on half of the ribs I smoked today. It tasted pretty good. Not too hot but definitely not to mild. My father-in-law said it is too hot for him.

Here is the way I did it.

3 cups juice (two fully ripe pineapples0
5 Habanero peppers
6 ½ cups sugar, measure in a separate bowl
½ teaspoon butter
2 (3 ounces) envelopes Ball liquid Pectin (The recipe I change used Certo)

I chunked the two pineapples and took the green tops off the 5 Habanero peppers and ran the through the food processor. The mixture was very pureed. I place in the refrigerator overnight because it was late when I got started. In the morning I simmered the mixture for about 20 minutes. Then I strained the mixture through a jelly bag using one of those funnel strainers. I gently squeezed the bag after the juice quit coming out of the strainer. I got about 5 ½ cups of juice. You only need three.

I poured the mixture in a pot and added the 6 ½ cups of sugar. You need to add the butter at this time to keep it from foaming too much. I waited too late trying to get the ½ teaspoon of butter and about a cup of the syrup boil all over the stove. When the mixture begins to boils and can’t be stirred down add the 2 envelopes of Pectin. When it boils again where it can’t be stirred down start timing for one minute. Pour into hot clean jars and seal with the lid and ring. I processed in a canner as required. I processed for 10 minutes.

In times past I only turned the hot jars upside down for a little while then turned them right side up and most every jar sealed fine with processing the jars in a canner.

Here is the URL of the recipe I slightly changed to make Pineapple Habanero Jelly

http://www.recipezaar.com/133862

I also read this one

http://tvwbb.infopop.cc/eve/ubb.x/a/tpc ... 3930042223


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That jelly looks and sounds great. I wish I wasn't so lazy. Sounds like a good Saturday project if I ever have a free Sat.
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I wish I would have thought of that. #-o
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