Our 8 Greatest Jam and Jelly Recipes

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Preserving is for everybody: for gardeners and for grocery store buyers, for health-conscious mother and father and comfort-food-craving school youngsters. Whereas store-bought manufacturers are handy for a fast PB&J repair, nothing beats a giant pot of fruit and spice effervescent away on the range and filling your private home with candy, heady aromas. 

For the purest jams, jellies, and preserves, skip industrial gelling components and intention for a mixture of ripe and barely underripe fruit, which is of course excessive in pectin. To ward in opposition to nasty micro organism, at all times observe recipe directions for processing as described in our how-tos on secure preserving and water-bath canning

So, get jamming! Sort out these eight spreadable delights from our archives, and also you’ll be off to a working begin.  

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Berries add acid to this deep purple, plummy jam. Get the recipe > 

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Cardamom provides a floral basenote to candy peaches, however the end packs a punch, due to a wholesome slug of whiskey. Get the recipe >

Rhubarb and Angelica Jam

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This recipe from London’s Violet Bakery mixes tart rhubarb with stalks of angelica and honey-scented yellow Chartreuse liqueur on this complicated, natural unfold. Get the recipe >

Four Pepper Jelly

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Southerners unfold pepper jelly on sandwiches or crackers at cocktail hour. This bell pepper model will get its delicate warmth from jalapeño, poblano, and serrano chiles. Get the recipe >

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Vanilla bean and rosewater lend a fragile overtone to this zesty rhubarb compote that comes collectively within the oven. Get the recipe >

Romulo Yanes

An intensely savory jelly of contemporary garlic cloves and Fuji apples makes a potent sidekick to hearty dishes like grilled lamb. Get the recipe >

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Dry amontillado sherry is the key ingredient on this chunky apple chutney we love slathering on pork roast and different braised meats. It additionally shines as a candy counterpoint to salty Spanish cheeses like manchego, Idiazabal, and Cabrales. Get the recipe >

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Fuyu persimmons and Anjou pears take in a sizzling and spicy mix of garam masala, curry, mustard, and coriander seeds on this zippy chutney studded with raisins. Get the recipe >

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