Black Currant Jam
Black currants are great for jam-making and they thicken and jell beautifully. You might want to cook this jam, leaving it a bit on the runny side, since as it sits it will thicken up more than other jams.
This recipe comes from my battered old copy of Delia Smith's Complete Cookery Course, circa 1985. I first tried it 18 years ago, it worked wonderfully and so I've never had cause to try another version. Of all the jams...
Blackcurrant Jelly Recipe | How to Make Blackcurrant Jelly
This blackcurrant jelly recipe can apply to all berries such as red, white and black currants, gooseberries and indeed now sea buckthorn. A word of warning h...
Currant Jelly. Little Women. — The Little Library Café
Fired with a housewifely wish to see her storeroom stocked with homemade preserves, she undertook to put up her own currant jelly. John was requested to order home a dozen or so little pots and an extra quantity of sugar, for their own currants were ripe and were to be attended to at once.
Fresh Blackcurrant Jelly from Valentine Warner, Author of "What to Eat Now" - Accumul8
Valentine Warner is a cook, writer and broadcaster, you may well have seen him on the telly (What to Eat Now, The Great British Food Revival, Ration Book Britain, Valentine Warner Eats Scandinavia). Valentine has been dubbed the Russell Brand of the kitchen by his BBC bosses, a fact I gathered from Wikipedia, and another …
Blackcurrant Jelly Recipe - Allotment Garden Recipes
Recipe for Blackcurrant Jelly. An easy recipe which gives great results! Blackcurrants are loaded with pectin so there shouldn’t be a setting problem.