About this recipe: This is a lovely accompaniment to crackers and cheese. You can use any kind of wine, red or white.
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NOTE: I used wine and jam sugar, as I struggled to find Pectin - jam sugar is essentially pectin, sugar and citric acid, which was perfect for this recipe. Being my first time making jam, I found this recipe so easy and a great introduction to how to juggle multiple things at once (sterilising jars was fun). I switched out the pectin, sugar and lemon juice for jam sugar; same in jam sugar (g) as wine (ml) and, after a quick saucer test (as it seemed very runny at first), I found it had worked brilliantly. Tastes nice; very much a "cheese and cracker" accompaniment (I used dry white). I will definitely make this again and try various wines to give a nice variety - 24 Nov 2013
Lovely recipe wish I new how to convert the pectin sachets into certo pectin liquid! 😔 - 21 Jul 2016
A lovely way to use left over wine, a lovely acquired taste with the taste of alcohol but you have cooked away the actual alcohol. A lovely jelly like texture. A fun way to be drinking alcohol - 25 Apr 2016