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Rose Petal Jelly

Recipe photo courtesy of Lisa Hubbard

Rose jelly is sweet and floral, and is lovely on buttered bread. Make it with roses you grow yourself to be sure they're chemical free. You will need liquid pectin (to thicken the jelly) and rose water for flavor. These are available in most supermarkets.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, March 2002



Cook's Notes

Refrigerate the jelly in jars for up to six months, or can it to enjoy the scent and flavor of roses year-round.

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  • perdymama
    8 JUL, 2011
    Love the flavor of this jelly! Made it twice, the first time it didn't set at all but the flavor was amazing I tried to reboil it to thicken but all I got was two less jars of my unset jelly as I had boiled it away. I made it again, thinking that the error was mine but the same thing happened when I tested it was still very thin. I added a second packet of pectin and that did the trick! Thick and delicious rose petal jelly!

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