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  • on June 22, 2014

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    This was a TERRIBLE recipe!!! I'm so mad right now. I have a great family recipe but couldn't find it so thought I'd just look one up- thinking, 'how bad can a recipe be with a few basic ingredients'. Well, this one took the bad award. Everything was wrong with it. No true measurements of peppers or pectin, it did not make ANYWHERE the amount indicated, cooking time was off... why tell people to use a thermometer?? Use boil time. As anyone knows making jelly/jam of any kind takes $, time and clean up can be messy due to sugar and pectin... all that for 3 little jars of runny stuff. ARGG!! You have had bad reviews on this recipe, take it OFF!!! Now I'm going to the Epicurious site for a good recipe.

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  • on December 21, 2013

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    I was so excited to make this, but it was a huge disappointment! First, it made less than 4 1/2 pint jars. I used 2 large red bell peppers and 4 large Fresno chilies. Second, it didn't set up like jelly at all. It was still VERY runny, even after cooling for a whole day! I will say that I did not use "half of a 9 oz package" as the instructions say. But I read the reviews and used 1/2 of a 1.75 oz package. Finally, this was way too vinegary! I used organic apple cider vinegar. I can't imagine putting this on anything, aside from maybe a roast pork. So much for homemade Christmas gifts...

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  • on October 14, 2012

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    Agree with the other reviewer re: the pectin measurement - just use half of the standard packet! Great sweet-savory jelly - I have served it as a corn pancake topping as well as a spread for baked brie and both were loved by guests. I saved the "red pepper water" from squeezing out the puree and used it as a base for a remix on Bloody Marys, too!

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  • on September 28, 2012

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    This has become my go-to pepper jelly recipe. It's terrific and easy to make. A definite "keeper"

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  • on September 21, 2012

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    I rated this recipe 5 stars because it sounds really delicious and easy to make, and I can't wait to try it with all the peppers my garden produced. I love all Kelseys recipes and have made several. Veggie Frittata for dinner tonight was awesome!

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  • on September 16, 2012

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    The ounce listing for the pectin is wrong -- it should be 1/2 of a 1.25 oz package, that's the standard size for Sure Gel pectin. Also, I just doubled this recipe and it only gave me 9 half-pint jars, so be wary if you double the recipe, it is not a true "double"! The taste of the jelly is delicious, I can't wait for it to cool and continue to set so I can spread it over some soft cheese with crackers, yum!

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