I will definitely use receipies, however, discarding the solids...means discarding the seeds...the seeds can be used for the coming years new growth...I would remove the seeds and put in envelopes and put in freezer...this tricks them...then put out in garden where your bushes are....for new plant growth the next year.
This recipe turned out very well. The jelly had a lovely flavour, not too sweet like many can be. We've already eaten through the first batch -- will be making more! Thanks
Thank you for sharing this lovely jelly recipe. I combined our wild black raspberries with our red currants and I was very pleased with the results. I plan to use it again next year.
I am adding my 5 stars to this fantastic jam recipe!, I was also lucky enough to receive this jam (in person) from the lovely Country Lady, let me tell you it is the best homemade jam I have had yet! thank you so much Marg, I love this jam!...Kitten :)
I don't want store bought jelly anymore either!! I was lucky enough to have a jar of this given to me by the Chef herself and now I can't stop eating it. I love that it isn't an overly sweet jelly, the red currants lend just enough tartness. Delicious jelly, thanks Country Lady!!
if your have anymore of these kind of recipes please post em ive got alot of these bushes planted and no recipes guys check out her site shes got some really good canning recipes dee