For some delicious jelly made from foraged items check out this homemade Queen Anne’s Lace jelly that you can make with or without currents.
The color is really pretty either way and the flavor would be scrumptious. One of the best parts of discovering the joy of making jelly and jam for yourself in your own kitchen is being able to use the almost endless number of fresh ingredients to make them.
You are not tied to standard choices of fruits that are available and you can experiment on different flavor combinations. This recipe is a great example, you get the combination of Queen Anne’s Lace and fresh Currents together.
This delicious and beautiful recipe for making jelly is from, Common Sense Home. The recipe is extremely easy to read and follow with the list of ingredients and it even make suggestions of alterations. You will also find the preparation guide extremely helpful and really easy to read and follow.
Benefits of reading the Homemade Recipes: Homemade Queen Anne’s Lace Jelly With or Without Currents
Discover how the two flavors combine to make the most delicious tasting spread you have ever tasted.
The recipe includes a complete listing of all of the ingredients that are necessary for you to have on hand.
There is also a complete, easy to read and follow step by step preparation guide to you get from start to finish.
There are several full-color pictures that help to provide a good visual reference of the recipe.
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