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Raspberry Jelly (seedless jam)
Quick & easy Raspberry Jam - No Pectin - Last minute decided to strain out the seeds (jelly). 2Lb Raspberries to 2Lb Sugar & half a lemon's juice.
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Professional Baker Teaches You How To Make RASPBERRY JELLIES!
Chef Anna Olson knows you have a sweet tooth, and that's why she is presenting you with her amazing Chocolate Covered Raspberry Jellies recipes! Your guests will love your DIY candy! Follow along with the recipe below and you'll be making prize winning desserts in no time!
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Makes 3 dozen candies
½ cup (125 mL) raspberry purée (pureed and strained frozen raspberries work best)
1/3 cup (80 mL) unsweetened applesauce
2/3 cup (200g) white corn syrup
1 ¼ cups (250 g) granulated sugar
1 pouch (80 mL) liquid pectin
10 oz (300 g) dark chocolate, chopped
1. Lightly grease an 8-inch (2 L square baking pan and line it with parchment paper.
2. In a medium saucepan, whisk the raspberry purée and applesauce and bring to a simmer over medium heat. Add the corn syrup and sugar and (increase the heat- is this needed you mentioned still on medium heat to) bring this up to a gentle but even simmer, whisking constantly. Keep simmering the liquid, stirring constantly until it reaches 225 F (107 C), 8-10 minutes. Remove the pan from the heat, pour in the pectin and whisk in. Return this to the heat to reach a simmer and then immediately pour this into the prepared pan. Let this cool, uncovered, until set, about an hour.
3. Turn the jellies out onto a cutting board and peel off the parchment paper and cut into 36 squares. Options for finishing the jellies include:
a) Rolling in granulated sugar (for a gumdrop look)
b) Roll in cornstarch (for a Turkish delight look)
c) Dipping in chocolate – to prepare the chocolate for dipping, melt 7 oz (210 g) of the chocolate in a metal bowl placed over a pot of barely simmering water, stirring until it has melted and is within a temperature between 113-122 F (45-50 C). If the chocolate gets warmer than this, then you need to let it cool below 113 F (45 C) and re-warm. Remove the bowl from the heat and stir in 3 oz (90 g) of chocolate and stir to melt, continuing to stir until the chocolate reaches a temperature of 82 F (28 C). Return the bowl to the water bath and stir to warm up to between 88-90 F (31-32 C) – this doesn’t take long. At this point the chocolate is ready for using and will set at room temperature with a nice satin finish (this process is called tempering.)
To dip the jellies, have a baking tray lined with parchment paper ready. Use truffle forks or other fine-tined forks to immerse each jelly into the chocolate, lift out and gently shake off excess and place on the baking tray to set. After the jellies are dipped, pop the tray into the fridge for just a minute to set the chocolate and then the jellies can be stored at room temperature in an airtight container.
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How I make Black Raspberry Jelly.
4 Cups of Blk Raspberry Juice. (4 to 5 #'s of Berries)
6 to 7 cups of sugar
I package of Pectin
Bring fruit to a boil, mash and strain for juice. Add pectin and sugar to juice and bring to hard boil. Boil until sheeting occurs. Ladle into jars and water bath can for 10 minutes. (BALL BLUE BOOK OF CANNING.)
(If it doesn't Jell, write syrup on the jars.)
Raspberry Jam in 5 Minutes
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Raspberry Cheesecake / Cotton Sponge Cake / Raspberry Jelly
The raspberry cheesecake / cotton sponge cake / raspberry jelly recipe (the final cake size: 16 x 16cm / 6 x 6in)
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Cotton Sponge Cake (chiffon), pan size 15 x 10 in (or 25 x 40cm)
3 egg yolks
45ml milk (3 tbsp)
45ml oil (3 tbsp)
5ml vanilla extract (1 tsp)
55g cake flour (7 tbsp)
3 egg whites
a pinch of salt
50g sugar (4 tbsp)
Bake at 170C for 20 - 22 minutes (preheated oven)
200g forzen or fresh raspberries (7oz or 1.5 cups)
50g sugar (4 tbsp)
2 tsp lemon juice
Cook 5 minutes over medium heat, sift to remove seeds and cool down
Raspberry Cream Cheese
200g cream cheese (7oz), softened
40g sugar (3 tbsp)
200ml heavy cream (1 cup)
70g raspberry coulis (1/3 cup)
6g powder gelatine (2 tsp), bloomed with 30ml (or 2tbsp) water and melt in the microwave for 10 - 12 seconds
75g raspberry coulis (1/3 cup)
75ml water (1/3 cup)
6g gelatine powder (2 tsp), bloomed with 30ml (2 tbsp)water and melted
2 tbsp raspberry coulis
3 tbsp water
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How to make Raspberry jelly with Weikfield jelly crystals
Welcome to my channel Neha's Cook house And Beauty Spot.Today i am sharing with u ll a jelly recipe which i made using readymade jelly crystals mix.Hope u all will find the video useful.
Cooked Raspberry Jelly & Cake Glaze (keto, sugar free, gluten free)
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This is an incredibly fresh tasting raspberry jelly that takes only a few minutes to make, and is very easy to prepare. The raspberry glaze can be used to top a cake or made into a middle layer. The glaze is a perfect topping for cheesecake. Raspberries are high in fiber when seeds are included in this sugar free, gluten free jelly.
How to make Seedless Raspberry Jam
Today I will show you how to make seedless raspberry jam.
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550g Granulated Sugar
2tbsp Lemon Juice
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Hot water-1 cup
Cold water-1/2 cup
No pectin needed for these preserves! Stunning color in the jar too. Really delicious.
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8 C Raspberries
4 C Sugar
Glass of Ice Water & Spoon
Fill Jar – 1/4 Inch Headspace
Yield Amounts: 8 ½ Pints
Process ½ Pint:
10 Minutes at 0-1,000 feet
15 minutes 1,000 – 6,000 feet
20 minutes 6,000 + feet
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Raspberry jam without Pectin | Homemade Raspberry Jam
OLD FASHION RASPBERRY JAM WITHOUT PECTIN (JUST 3 INGREDIENTS) (recipe below)
This old fashion raspberry jam without pectin will take you back to your childhood. Its a quick and easy recipe that gets done in less than 20 minutes. All-natural, low in sugar, no pectin, and bursting with fruit flavor whether you use fresh in season or frozen raspberries. Perfect over breakfast toast or topped over plain yogurt for dessert.
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2 lbs (1 kg) Raspberries
2.5 cups (500 g) Sugar
4 tbsp (0.25 cups) Lemon juice
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Making Jam and Jelly, Raspberry Jelly
After picking 10 gallons of raspberries. We decided to show how to make raspberry jelly. We like it better than raspberry jam, because it doesn't have seeds.
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Sarah's Raspberry Jam - Everyday Food with Sarah Carey
Have I told you I'm a bit of a summer produce addict? I can never get enough of the outrageous flavors that arrive at the market this time of year! One of my favorite ways to hold on to the season's freshest fruit is by making jam -- and it's easier than it sounds! Today, I chose raspberries, but my method will work with most fruits. Savor the remaining days of summer and make some jam today!
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YIELD: Makes about 4 cups
3 pounds fresh berries 4 1/12 cups sugar 4 1/2 teaspoons lemon juice (from 1/2 of a lemon) Pinch of coarse salt
Place a few small plates in the freezer. Stir berries, sugar, lemon juice, and salt in a large, heavy stockpot. Bring to a boil, stirring to dissolve sugar and mashing lightly with a potato masher. Skim foam from surface. Cook, stirring more frequently as jam thickens, until it has the consistency of very loose jelly, 8 to 9 minutes. Remove from heat.
Remove a plate from freezer; drop a spoonful of jam on it. Return to freezer for 1 to 2 minutes; nudge edge of jam with a finger. It should hold its shape. If jam is too thin and spreads, return it to a boil, testing every minute, until done.
Strain about half of the jam; discard seeds. Return strained jam to pot; stir in remaining teaspoon zest. Return to a boil. Remove from heat. Spoon hot jam into hot sterilized jars; cover immediately with sterilized lids.
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How to Make A Raspberry Jelly Roll ~ Retro Recipe ~ Classic Sponge Cake Dessert ~ Noreen's Kitchen
Today let's go old school with this classic retro recipe for jelly roll! I have very fond memories of jelly roll from my youth. A favorite that my mom and grandmother made and filled with classic raspberry jam. You can fill this simple sponge cake with anything you like. I love it with strawberry mousse, lemon filling or even with Nutella! No matter what direction you choose, this classic dessert is perfect for the warmer months of summer. It is light and delicious and requires little more than a dusting of powdered sugar and a dollop of freshly whipped cream.
I was recently roaming the internet for some inspiration with summer in mind and the jelly roll crossed my path. This invoked memories of my child hood when jelly rolls were as pervasive as Hostess cakes are today. I remember being able to purchase whole rolls of raspberry filled goodness in little cellophane packages in which the roll was protected by a pristine white corrugated board on three sides. Making it easy for you to see both ends and the tender sponge of the cake. I also remember being able to purchase individual slices that were wrapped in a similar fashion. Jelly roll was a ubiquitous dessert that just fizzled into the background, so much culinary ephemera of a bygone time.
The classics are the best, in my opinion and when my memory was jogged, I got busy making one. I seriously did! After dinner one Sunday evening a few weeks back, I whipped up this delicious dessert for the family to enjoy. This is the perfect sponge that bakes up fast and cools in no time, making way for the filling, the rolling and the slicing. It's so simple, yet so delicious, if you have never had the pleasure of enjoying a jelly roll, I hope you will do so soon.
This all starts with a classic sponge cake. Lots of eggs, a bit of sugar and flour and just a scosh of levening and flavoring. Easy to throw together on the fly. This cake bakes in just 7 minutes! Don't bake it one minute more because the cake will dry out and it will be difficult to roll and you will risk cracking.
Sadly cracking is a hazard of jelly roll making. If your cake cracks, fear not, simply fill it and roll with it. Cake and jelly are a magical thing. No one will even remember the crack after it has been enjoyed. I made my sponge and baked it and then as I was removing it from the pan it cracked. UGH! I was not happy! So off camera I went to make another sponge cake. I set them both to cool with the full intention of spreading Nutella on the cracked one and in my haste and excitement to get the video done, I unintentionally spread the good sponge cake with the camouflage Nutella. It was not until I had begun filming that I realized my boneheaded move. Alas, not everything is perfect in Noreen's Kitchen, as I am sure it is not in yours. So we spread jelly and rolled with it. Moved on and as it turned out the crack was encapsulated within the roll and nobody will ever know!
Life is a lot like a jelly roll. It has cracks. Sometimes you can hide them with jelly and sometimes you can't. You can choose to either moan about the cracks or you can simply embrace them! Life is too short to worry about such things. Embrace the cracks!
I hope this inspires you to brush off the retro recipes of your youth and make them for your family. Some of these things are fun touch stones to our past. They may have died out of popularity, but they are still worthy of our time and effort and definitely our enjoyment. Give this jelly roll a try and I hope you love it!
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Making wild black raspberry jelly
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BEST HOME MADE APPLE RASPBERRY JELLY/SIMPLE AND EASY RECIPE TO FOLLOW / CHERYLS HOME COOKING
A great flavor apple/ black raspberry jelly. Its quick and easy to make. Canning is so much fun and it saves you money. Nothing like home made jelly!! Great on French toast too! You can save lots of money doing it yourself.
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Apple 3 Pound, cored and peeled (Granny Smith Apple) 8
Apple juice/Water 1 Cup (16 tbs), divided
Black Raspberries 2 Cup (32 tbs), pureed
Cinnamon 2 Teaspoon, grounded
Nutmeg 1 Teaspoon, grounded
Lemon 1 , juiced
Sure gel 1 Packet
Sugar 8 Cup (128 tbs)
Butter 1 Tablespoon
Things You Will Need
7 Canning Jars
1. In a canner, pour in the water which should be 1 inch above the canning jars and boil. Fill the jars with water and place in microwave to increase the temperature of the jar.
2. In a blender, add in the apple and apple juice in batches and blend. Place in a large vessel.
3. Add in the pureed raspberries, followed by the cinnamon, nutmeg, lemon and sure gel.
4. Place the vessel on the burner and whisk well. Add in the butter and whisk again until the mixture comes to a boil. Stir down the boiling mixture.
5. Gradually add in the sugar, while whisking continuously. Again bring for boil, stirring continuously for 1 minute.
6. Take out the jar from the microwave and drain the water.
7. Pour in the apple -- raspberry mixture, leaving the ¼ inch from the top. Clean the top with paper towel and place the lid.
8. Place the jars in the canner and cover with lid. Give jars water bath for 10 minutes.
9. Take out the jars from the canner and place over a wire rack. let it cool for 24 hours.
10. Spread the jellies over the toast and serve.
WeikField Jelly Crystal | Raspberry Flavour | No refrigeration | Ready in a Snap Dessert
WeikField Jelly Crystal
While most jellies contain gelatin, an animal derivative, Weikfield has pioneered a totally vegetarian formulation by using plant extracts. In addition to being available in an unusual range of lip smacking flavors, Weikfield jellies set easily at room temperature and no refrigeration is required. This delicious ready in a snap dessert.
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Easy step by step jelly making / kids cooking / black raspberry jelly
here's a video we did about making our black raspberry jelly! so easy the kids did it almost by themselves!!
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Making Seedless Black Raspberry Jam
Cooking with Donna: Making Seedless Black Raspberry Jam
Donna has been picking the black raspberries that grow wild around our wooded property, we call Journey's End, for the past three weeks or so. These are unattended and uncultivated berry patches - in other words, you find a bramble patch here, another there, pretty much all over our property on woodline edges.
All together she gathered seven one-quart freezer bags full of berries and is now going to put up some seedless black raspberry jam, one of our summer favorites. From seven one-quart bags of berries, she ends up with seven half-pints of jam in this clip. The process is fairly easy to do and you need only your berries and sugar - no other ingredients. [Please note: We often refer to both blackberries and black raspberries here by simply calling them blackberries. In fact we have both blackberries and black raspberries [as well as some red raspberries] growing here at Journey's End. Donna is making seedless black raspberry jam in this video - although there just may be a few blackberries in the mix! - although they tend to ripen somewhat later - :D ]
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• Boiling water as mentioned in the pack
• Apple 1 chopped
• Kiwi 1 sliced
• Black grapes 1/3 cup
• Strawberry 3-4 sliced
• In a bowl empty the raspberry jelly packet and follow the instructions given in the packet.
• Then add in the chopped fruits and mix.
• Transfer it in the mould and let it set. For better results refrigerate.
• Your raspberry jelly fruit cake is ready to consume.
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How To Make Raspberry Jam // A Canning Recipe
In this video I show you how my wife and I make and can a raspberry jam. The recipe comes from the Ball Canning Book.
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