Jellies

Jellies

Jellies are made of fruit juice, sugar, acid, and pectin. Most jellies don't contain fruit pulp, as do jams and preserves, so they're easy to spread on, say, sandwiches.

apple jelly
apple jelly
You can use this like any other jelly, but it's often used as a glaze when roasting pork.
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black currant jelly
black currant jelly
Black currant jelly is sweeter than more common red currant jelly.
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mint-flavored apple jelly
mint-flavored apple jelly
This is sometimes served with lamb, veal, or game.
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muscadine jelly
Made from muscadine grapes, this is a redder, tarter version of grape jelly.
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red currant jelly
red currant jelly
Red currant jelly is tart and often served with lamb and venison.
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