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Spicy Pinot Noir Jelly

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Recently, I bought some pinot noir that I just didn’t like.  It was on sale and well, I can see why.  It sat around for a while awaiting a purpose.  This weekend, I found purpose for that bottle: jelly, more specifically a spicy pinot noir jelly.  I think it would make a wonderful hostess gift or addition to a gift basket.  I canned it up in 4 ounce jars, which just seemed to be the perfect size for gift giving.

Spicy Pinot Noir Jelly - Homespun Seasonal Living

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Wednesday 21st of December 2016

I have powered pectin can I still use it with this recipe or does it have to be liquid?

Homespun Seasonal Living

Wednesday 21st of December 2016

I haven't tested it with the powdered kind so I'm not sure. It might not gel as well with the powdered kind...

carter @ the kitchenette

Friday 10th of December 2010

Loving this! I saw you through the Canning Across America Flickr post, then I followed you here from your link on the flickr page.

I'm interested to try this! I would ask what it even tastes like... but honestly, for 2 cups of wine, I'm going to try it no matter what! You've thoroughly convinced me with that beautiful picture, haha.

Loving your blog, am adding you to my Google Reader!


Wednesday 8th of December 2010

Oh that sounds amazing! Such a great idea too for wine that isn't what you expected.


Monday 6th of December 2010

A-HA!!! Good thinking, have been gone awhile, but this is fantastic.

I tried Pinot Noir once and nope to spicy for me, but this is great, would make a perfect gift.


Monday 6th of December 2010

Sounds like a great idea. Its always gratifying to find a new use for something and not let it go to waste.