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    Anyone have a Jalapeno Jelly recipe to share?

    We've had a bumper crop of jalapenos this year and I'm running out of things to do with them. I would like to try jalapeno jelly, but I've never made jelly before. Does anyone have a recipe that you would share? I've hit up Google, but thought I'd check here for someone that has made it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    We've had a bumper crop of jalapenos this year and I'm running out of things to do with them. I would like to try jalapeno jelly, but I've never made jelly before. Does anyone have a recipe that you would share? I've hit up Google, but thought I'd check here for someone that has made it.
    Can't help with the jelly, but you might consider pickling some. We used to buy them by the gallon, and when the jug got about half empty, Sharn Jean would boil some eggs and put them in the brine with the remaining jalapenos.
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    I've pickled my version (hot), my wife's version (mild) and given all of the kids pickled peppers. I've pickled over a peck of the peppers that I've picked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    I've pickled my version (hot), my wife's version (mild) and given all of the kids pickled peppers. I've pickled over a peck of the peppers that I've picked.
    What can I say. Matches my vision of folks picking pickled peppers in those old pickled pepper fields back home...in Georgia!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    What can I say. Matches my vision of folks picking pickled peppers in those old pickled pepper fields back home...in Georgia!
    You guys are pretty good with those rhymes.. I had a Bloody Mary last night that gave me such heartburn it wasn't funny, she used spicy vodka, nothing would take it away so I can't even imagine Jalapeño Jelly.. I love spicy stuff but there is a limit I guess.. The scotch must have burned a hole somewhere!
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    Found a recipe on of Google, it's from the ball blue book. I liked this one as it only had jalapenos in it. I removed the seeds and veins. It isn't very hot to me, just right for the Mrs. It'll be good over cream cheese with crackers, which is the universally suggested way to eat this stuff.

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    Today's work, 6 half pints of jalapeno jelly, 3 quarts of boiled peanuts, and 5 half pints/4 dozen pickled quail eggs

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    From the food network

    Jalapeno Jelly
    Recipe Courtesy Gourmet Magazine
    Recipe Summary
    Difficulty: Easy
    Prep Time: 10 minutes
    Cook Time: 20 minutes
    Yield: 2 1/2 pints
    User Rating:
    5 jalapeno peppers
    5 cups sugar
    3/4 cup cider vinegar
    3/4 cup herb-flavored white vinegar
    2 large green bell peppers, seeds and ribs discarded
    6 ounces liquid pectin
    Green food coloring, optional
    In a large saucepan bring the sugar and the vinegars to a boil over moderately low heat, stirring. In a food processor
    chop the bell peppers and jalapenos (with some jalapeno seeds, depending upon the hotness desired). Stir the pepper
    mixture into the vinegar mixture and simmer, skimming the froth, for 10 minutes. Stir in the pectin and boil rapidly for
    1 minute. Skim the froth and add 1 to 2 drops of the food coloring. Transfer the jelly to sterilized 1/2-pint Mason-type
    jars, wipe the rims with a damp cloth, and seal with the lids.
    Serve the jelly as a condiment with grilled or broiled meats or with cream cheese on crackers as a canape.
    Episode#: CL9391
    Copyright © 2003 Television Food Network, G.P., All Rights Reserved

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