DRIED FIELD CORN RED COB JELLY 1952
Nancy J. Patrykus
We had enjoining farms.
Row crops, field corn and soy beans.That was back in the early 50,s.
My!My! Where do them years go ??
This recipe makes a reddish jelly and tastes something like apple jelly.
You can do the same with
Fresh Sweet Corn cobs, and get a lovely pale yellow color jelly.
Cook on med for 1/2 hour.
Take off the stove and strain the liquid.
Add a small pkg. of the fruit pectin, to the strained off liquid.
Boil for 2-3 minutes until the liquid has jelled.