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"if you add "stud with whole cloves" this was the "secret recipe" that a deli i once to work at used. i still bake hams at home using this technique/recipe."
"never made this as muffins, but i do use this recipe to make cookies! spray the baking sheet, 350 degrees, about 10 minutes. makes a very soft cookie, sprinkle with powdered sugar when cooled. great with coffee."
"I tried making this with liquid pectin and it failed. I heated it back up with the powdered pectin added, new lids, reprocessed and it turned out perfect. Great flavor, beautiful color. I was concerned the candies wouldn't melt, but they eventually did completely."
"Bought some premium grape juice from a winery and boosted this recipe by 1 1/2 times. Wonderful flavor and deep, dark purple color. A keeper!"
"American Chop Suey. My favorite food of all time. I make it with spaghetti sauce instead of the diced tomatoes/tomato sauce on occasion. They call it goulash in the Midwest too. Mushrooms and a stiff shot of garlic and Italian seasonings make great additions too. Way better the next day with a chunk of butter added. Wicked good!"
"Great recipe. Thanks for sharing. I took the tip to cut the apples very small. I tried the "stir for 5 mins after boiling" trick to get the apples to stay suspended in the jam, didn't work for me. Easy enough to stir the jam when you open a jar. I didn't like the goo to apple ratio, so i upped the apples some and reduced the sugars by 25% in my se..."
"First off, this makes 3 and a half x 1/2 pint jars. No jelly with less than 5 cups of ingredients makes 6 cups of product. That being said, this turned out excellent. I used 12 oz of root beer, no water, a 3oz packet of liquid Certo and it jelled great. I don't care for root beer at all, but my family loves it. My SO tasted out of the half jar and..."