Mint Jelly

Preparation info

  • Yields about

    3 lb.

    • Difficulty


Appears in

Farmhouse Kitchen

Farmhouse Kitchen

By Audrey Ellis

Published 1971

  • About


  • 2 lb. green cooking apples
  • bunch of mint
  • 2 pints


Wash and quarter apples, but do not peel or core them. Wash mint thoroughly. Put half the mint and the apples into a preserving pan or large saucepan with the water and lemon juice and cook until a thick pulp. Put into a jelly bag and leave to strain overnight. Measure the liquid and add 1 lb. sugar to every pint of liquid. Chop the remaining mint and add. Put over a gentle heat until the sugar