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SURE.JELL® Elderberry Jelly

SURE.JELL® Elderberry Jelly recipe
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Glad I looked up the recipe I would be upset to find out later that it is no longer included in the box.
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on 8/23/2013
45 min
45 min
About 5 (1-cup) jars or 80 servings, 1 Tbsp. each
SURE-JELL Premium Fruit Pectin
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I have been making elderberry jelly for a little over 15 years & I to was surprised the recipe was taken off the box, I guess all good things come to an end. I can't eat anybody else's jelly because you can't compare it to the elderberry jelly, I will not eat any store brand & I panic when I get to my last jar. I picked about 50 pounds of elderberries and made 25 pints of jelly & the rest is for wine. There's nothing better in the world.
i have bought sure jell for 50 years--recently i bought 2 boxes, and to my suprise this recipe for elderberry jelly was not in the directions. so i came to computer to look. just wondering why you don't have on directions anymore? probably because no one knows what they are any more. thank you, and i will be using your site now. Joyce
Mom and I have been making this recipe for over 50 years. It is a Labor Day Weekend ritual. That is just about the time of year that elderberries ripen along the roadsides here in New England. It makes a wonderful filling for a plain shortbread type cookie. Dressed up in a pretty jar, it makes a unique hostess or holiday gift. Worth the effort!
My 14 year old daughter won Reserve GrandChampion at the 2006 Wilson County (Kansas) Fair with this recipe! Because we grow our own elderberries she halved the recipe and it turned out wonderful.
The "fruit to buy" directions made me laugh. I've never seen elderberries in a market or road side stand. Every year I seek out trees on back roads to pick from. It's the best jelly. Makes a great Sunday morning surprise with fresh biscuits.
I've made this jelly several times... and it's GREAT, and I JUST noticed on the recipe to "buy" the berries... I guess the art of picking your own is all but gone. the fresher berry... the better the product.
Love this jelly. My Mother and Grandmother always made this.
This is a delicious, old fashioned jelly with a rich purple color and stiffer consistency that stands up well to English muffins and whole grain toast. It's great for pb&j's, too. You might try melting some and pouring it over vanilla ice cream. Not overly sweet. Satisfying to the taste. Remember to strain lemon juice if you don't want any bits of pulp in the jelly.
i have made this for my children since my oldest son was little. it has been at least 29 children and now grandchildren love it and so do the neighbor hood children.
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