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Beach Plum Jelly

beach plums
sugar

Collect beach plums that are red and green (not fully ripe)
Wash..Place washed beach plums in large pot, barely covering them
with water. Cook on low heat until fruit is soft and liquid is
somewhat reduced. Strain, without squeezing, using a jelly bag.
Boil six cups of this jelly stock for 5 minutes and then add six
cups of sugar. Stir only until sugar is dissolved. Boil vigorously
until a small quantity jells on a saucer. Skin off any sugar scum.
Pour into hot sterilized jars and seal. Never, oh never, make this
jelly on any but a clear, fine day.

No pectin needed for this recipe. Unfortunately, the recipe does
not say how many beach plums needed. I think you may have to
experiment here. Get as many beach plums as you can. You may have
to 1/2 this recipe, because it is becoming hard to find these great
fruits. I would recommend this recipe for experienced jelly and
jam makers only. However, if you are willing to learn by trial
and error, this one is for you too!

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