Jalapeno Raspberry Jelly

Teagen Lefere Recipe

By Teagen Lefere Teagen

7 - 1/2 pt jars
40 Min
30 Min
Stove Top

I have made jalapeno jelly for years, one year I added raspberries - and will never again make it any other way.

It's great on turkey or ham sandwiches. I also melt it slightly and spoon it over cream cheese to serve with crackers.

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jalapenos, fresh
2 c
apple cider vinegar
6 c
2 1/2 c
raspberries (or any other berry or berry mix of your choice)
1 pkg
liquid fruit pectin

Directions Step-By-Step

Puree peppers with some of the apple cider vinegar. I keep the seeds in the peppers. You can seed for less heat. Add to a 4 c. measuring cup with remaining cider vinegar. Crush berries and add to 4 c. measuring cup to equal 4 cups. ** you can tweek this to taste. My children do not like it very warm, so I'll cut back on the peppers, and add more berries. Just have four cups of produce/vinegar to add to pot with sugar.
Add sugar to 8 quart pot. Add jalapenos, berries & vinegar to sugar. Cook to full, hard boil where you can't stir it down. Boil for ten minutes.
Add one packet of fruit pectin to hot jam. Stir and boil for one more minute. Remove from heat. Most jalapeno recipes suggest 2 packets. I have made it both ways, and have no problem making it with one packet. I can make more batches using just one.
Fill clean jars and seal with warm canning lids and rings as you normally would when making jam. I also turn the ring back just a bit and turn jars upside down for 30-40 minutes.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Jams & Jellies
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American

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Sep 20, 2011 - Kim Biegacki shared this recipe with discussion group: Some Like It Hot -- Muy Caliente!
Marie Holfeltz Cakeniteasy
Sep 29, 2011
I just made cranberry/blackberry/jalapeno jam! Really, really good!
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Teagen Lefere Teagen
Sep 30, 2011
@marie - Cranberry/blackberry sounds very good. I found a pumpkin/pineapple jalapeno recipe here on JAP - I would like to try that as well. Not 100% sure on the pumpkin, but I think the pineapple would be good as well. You make me want to try plain cranberry jam now. ;o)
evelyn horsley evelynhorsley
Jun 8, 2012
I really want to try this, thanks for posting
Karina Alcala mamade4
Dec 20, 2012
I loved this recipe made it last night and turned out great. Perfect christmas gifts for my family. Thanks for sharing. Not only that it was so delicious had some on some home made bread so so good.
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sheryl narducci jammie70
Oct 13, 2013
I am new at making jelly I made jalapeno peach last summer very good but did not setup but that was ok because that is what I wanted this year I found your recipe love love love it made several batches then decided to make it with strawberries not do good are they harder to use .also when you say 12 jalapenos does the size matter thank you for the great recipe this was super easy .
EdwinaLea Rogers canme
Oct 20, 2013
Do you give the jam a hot bath??? Just wondering...
Teagen Lefere Teagen
Nov 20, 2013
Hi, sorry for the slow reply - No, I do not do water bath with jelly. I just turn the jar upside down for 10-15 min and then turn right side up. I have never had a jar not seal.
Teagen Lefere Teagen
Nov 20, 2013
Sheryl, I just use 12 med size. If they are real big, maybe count at 2, etc. It also depends on how hot you want it.
From Granno's Kitchen ScarlettKay
Jul 8, 2015
I made this, with all my own home grown jalapenos/blackberries/raspberries. This was so delicious, I love it!! Like you, I will never go back to just jalapenos in the jelly. Next is the cranberry/blackberry/raspberry jelly. Thank you so much, for sharing this delicious recipe. It is a 5 star keeper.
Deborah Lewid Deb55
Aug 9, 2015
I made this recipe for the very 1st time - it was absolutely wonderful. Will make it again. Love pepper jelly and raspberries so this recipe does the trick. I did put a few more raspberries in than 2-1/2 cups - probably 3 cups. Still turned out yummy.