How to make port wine jelly

Posted on 04.06.2018 by Admin
From what I understand, changing the proportions could alter how the jelly sets. If you like to drink it, you can use it in a jelly. Return the mixture to a boil, and stir in the butter until melted. Let the mixture cool until lukewarm, the strain it into small glasses to set and chill until required.

Here are the instructions for making some great wine jelly.

If you want to use less sugar, then I'd suggest doing a web search for other wine jelly recipes maybe you can find one with less sugar. Single cream to serve optional. Blackberry Wine Drinks Alcohol Recipes Jelly Recipes Jam Recipes Canning Recipes Syrup Utensils Wine Jelly Jam And Jelly. Once boiling, pour in the sugar, and stir until dissolved. I've used a ruby port that made a delicious jelly, but this Instructable uses an inexpensive blackb. I've used a ruby port that made a delicious jelly, but this Instructable uses an inexpensive blackberry wine since I wanted that blackberry flavor.
You can use any type of wine - red, white or rose, and it can be sweet or dry. Bring to a boil over high heat, stirring frequently. Garnish with a spoonful of single cream on the top and serve.