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Sloe Jelly

Preserves - Sweet


Original Receipt in the 'Western Gazette' - Friday 1 September 1939

Sloe Jelly.- Place the sloes a preserving pan cover with cold water, and boil until they are tender; in five or ten minutes they will be ready to strain. After straining add one pound and two ounces loaf to each pint of juice. Now boil for about an hour and a quarter, when it will begin to "jell." The pots should be heated before the jelly is poured into them.




Sloe Jelly
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