Tuesday, January 4, 2011

GUAVA JELLY

When i was in Raebareli.there were many guava trees in our kitchen garden.Large no of guavas were grown on theses trees Few we  used for eating and left were used to make jelly in food preservation center.Isaw the  recipe ,its is so easy to make at home .only.after that i always made jelly at home. Today i had few guava which i purchased two days back and do  not feel like to eat it raw. So i thought  to make jelly which can be used in many ways Interesting thing s that my son eat it with rice and dal Try it.

Ingredients:
guava-4pieceor i/2 kg
sugar400gm
citric acid 1/2 tsp
water-cover the guava pieces
sterilized glass zar

Method;
Cut the guava i round thin pieces.Put the in a pan and add water which cover the all pieces of guava.Boil in slow fire for 15 minutes.check the skin of the piece easily come out.Now take a muslin cloth and pour whole the guava on it .Water will come out.Keep the water and discard the other wastage.

Put this guava water in a pan  .Add sugar to it. Boil till become thick and bubbles come out.to check the jelly is done take a spoon and take the syrup into it and down it if it is set by dropping then it is done.Add citric acid and boil for 1 minute.
Pour this syrup in a zar and keep for setting It takes time to set may be 4 to 6 hours.

Yummy jelly is ready.Eat with bread or pratha.



39 comments:

  1. Never tried making jelly with guava , looks delicious dear..

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  2. Jelly Looks so tasty and tangy. Would have it even without any bread.
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  3. Oh..I love this jelly..thanks for sharing this awesome recipe!

    US Masala

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  4. Guave is something i miss here in US, Looks absolutely great

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  5. Wow.... such a wonderful recipe...
    Will definitely try this one

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  6. wow healthy n useful recipe, thanks for sharing...

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    Kurinji

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  7. favourite fruit Santosh this looks fabulous

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  8. Wow! Never tried this combination, looks very yummy.

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  9. Jelly looks so good and delicious!

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  10. Jelly looks yummy. Love the Guava in any dish.

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  11. I love this jelly!!!....what a wonderful idea!!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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  12. Delicious and yummy jelly....

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  13. Delicious jelly..looks so wonderful

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  14. Woww glossy jelly looks absolutely wonderful..

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  15. Tempting jelly. Wishing you and family a bright and prosperous Happy new year dear.

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  16. Yummy homemade fresh guava jelly

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  17. jelly looks so yummy...and a nice recipe too..will surely try this one..

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  18. i love guava jelly and have never made it myself....you make it seem so easy! than you for sharing with tuesday night supper club

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  19. Jelly looks very delicious...Love the color too. Incidentally, I made guava cheese y'day and jelly is next on my list

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  20. wow...very innovative n healthy recipe..
    Tasty appetite

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  21. I wish I could get my hands on some guavas now...your jelly sounds great.

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  22. my maa also used to make this. but our guava tree was of a different variety with pink flesh inside and may be thats why the jelly always was of reddish pink colour.
    you made it so perfectly Santosh.
    love the colour.
    also Wish you and your family a very Happy New Year!

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  23. Wow that looks sooooooooooo good. I love the recipe.

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  24. Very unique jelly..nice..wish to taste!!

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  25. the guava brought back nostalgic memories, we rarely get to eat guava here..... nice recipe!

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  26. wow, that's a great try, looks fantastic

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  27. jelly with guava...amazing...& nic color..

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  28. its been a ages i have had guava ...and home made jellies are brilliant :)

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  29. Back here after a long time vacation!!Happy New year!!..love guava..This looks so tempting..

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  30. Love this! Would like to invite you over to Fat Camp Friday @ Mangoes and Chutney. The linky is up all weekend and one blogger from the linky party is featured every Wednesday. http://www.mangoesandchutney.com/2011/01/fat-camp-friday-10-blackened-tilapia.html

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  31. very innovative. will definitely try

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