Guava jelly (canned)

7:35 pm Jelly recipes

Another recipe of this wonderful fruit. This time it’s not jam but guava jelly, which is to be poured hot in jars just like jam and can be stored for a long time.

guavas, seeds removed and cut in halves
lime juice

1. Put guavas in a deep saucepan and cover with water. Bring to a boil and coddle 20 minutes until the fruits are soft.
2. Place guavas in a colander and allow water trickle down. Then mash guavas.
3. Combine guava mass, lime juice and sugar: use 1 lime and 1 cup sugar to 5 cups guava puree). Cook until sugar dissolves and increase heat throughout for remainder of cooking time.
4. Remove from heat when the syrup spins a thread. Pour in jars and seal.

One Response
  1. Susie Back :

    Date: November 7, 2010 @ 9:40 pm

    This recipe is so obviously not going to work. You call it jelly but you add ‘guava mass’…

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