Saturday, April 19, 2008

Guava Jelly


Guava jelly is really simple to make. Peel the guava and cube it. Measure out half the amount of sugar. Put the cubes and sugar together in a saucepan and put on medium heat. Keep stirring till sugar dissolves and the jelly leaves the sides of the pan. It is done in 15 mins for 2 guavas and 1 cup sugar.

Remove from heat and let it cool before you transfer to a jar. It can be stored in the fridge for a week.

Have it on pancakes, toast etc. or serve in tiny bowls and enjoy the pure flavors.

6 comments:

  1. Interesting...but how long does the whole stirring process take, and what does one do with the seeds/ Do they go into the jelly as well?

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  2. Yes the seeds stay, they are the source that makes the jelly. I have updated the time in the post

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  3. Thats really cool - sounds easy! Gonna have to try this!

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  4. Anjali, I love the idea of homemade jelly, and this sounds like a very delicious and straightforward recipe. I don't get guavas here, though, so wondered if this might work with other fruit- pears, perhaps?

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  5. That is indeed a different easy recipe..If u wish u can send this for the event here..

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  6. so yummm and different recipe too

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