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Easy and quick wild apple jelly recipe, a sweet and translucent fruit to spread by the French blogger Linda Louis
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- Recipe category Breakfast
- Recipe yield 3
Mix the apple juice, the lemon juice and the cane sugar in the bowl.
Bring the liquid to a gentle boil.
Cook over medium heat for between 20-25 minutes, until it reaches 106° C.
A drop of jelly on a cold plate should solidify right away.
While the gelatine boils, wash your jam jars in very hot water.
When it has reached the right temperature, pour the jelly in the jars and hermetically seal them.
Keep them upside down until they cool. You may keep the jelly for up to a year in a cool, dark place.
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