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JALEPENO JELLY
Yield: 1 Cup jelly

1 cup jalepenos (chopped fine)
1 cup water
1/2 cup sugar
1 pkt gelatin

On medium heat cook jalepenos and sugar until the mixture is reduced
by half (about 20 minutes).

Bloom one packet of gelatin (about 4 Tblsp), in 1 Cup cold water
for 5-10 minutes, then add to mixture. Bring to a boil for a few
minutes to make sure gelatin is dissolved.

Cool until warm and put into a glass jar or container.

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Never again, October 14, 2007 - 11:54 AM
Reviewer: Anonymous from Canada
When I first read the recipe and saw it called for gelatin instead of pectin (didn't have any on hand), I thought Great! Just what I need. Was I wrong! This recipe is very ambiguous/confusing. It calls for a packet of gelatin, then mentions in second paragraph ''(about 4 tablespoons"). Well, one measured packet is equivalent to one tablespoon. Adding 4 was way too much for the quantity of other ingredients. My ''jelly'' (as I feared), turned into an awful rubber ball, and the texture was grainy. Quick and easy, maybe, but not worth trying again (even with 1 packet of gelatin). Total loss of time.

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