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Makes 4 (1-cup/250-mL) jars
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Many varieties of mint, such as peppermint, spearmint, apple jelly and pineapple mint, can be used to make jelly. Look for them in your local nursey or grow your own.
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I make this every year. I even throw in extra mint for even more flavour! Better than anything you can buy. A great product to share with friends! Goes great with chicken too, as well as lamb.
Excellent recipe.....always comes out perfect
Very tasty with Lamb,of course, but also to add to frozen peas when I microwave them. I omit the food colouring, as it does not add anything to the flavour. Tip for jellymakers from another family jellymaker. We use fresh,new,and washed knee-high panty hose. Tie a knot in toe to give more strength and not have a "jelly disaster" in the kitchen. Have made red &black currant, nanking cherry, Crabapple/rose hip jellies with your liquid certo products. My friends and I enjoy them greatly Thanks Cicely