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Guava Jelly Recipe

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Cooking in the Tropics
Added: Friday, April 11, 2008

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Ingredients:  
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Red/ White Guavas
sugar

Directions:
Directions:
Remove the bud and stem ends of the fruit and cut into quarters. Boil the fruit including seeds for 10 minutes, just covering with water. Make sure all the fruit is "broken". Using a clean white cloth, put the fruit into it and tie the four corners. Drain. Do not squeeze the bag to get juice or the jelly will not be clear. The next day use cup for cup, guava juice and sugar. Add some lemon juice after sugar is in juice.
If the white guavas are used, a beautiful red jelly is obtained. If the red guavas are used, a little lime juice should be added as the red ones lack pectin.

 

 

 

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