Pepper jelly is a type of preserve made using peppers, sugar, and salt in a foundation of pectin or vinegar. The product, which gained popularity in the United States from the 1980s to the mid-1990s, is used for meats and as a component in a variety of food preparations. It can be defined as a pungent blend of sweetness and heat. It can be used to produce a pepper jelly cheesecake, cream cheese cracker spread, sandwiches, and cracker spreads.
In the following article, I will suggest great peach pepper recipes that you should try. If you like this topic, you can refer to my other similar topics like: Best Hot Pepper Mustard Recipe, Top 10 Best Mini Sweet Pepper Recipes You Will Love.
Peach Pepper Jelly Recipe
1. Peach Pepper Jelly
There were so many peaches that it took me some time to decide what I wanted to do with them. I adore peach jelly, but this year I’ve been very into experimenting with different taste pairings, so I decided to “spice” things up a bit by adding some jalapeno to the mixture. I believe it worked pretty well. For sure, this will be a fantastic holiday gift, especially for my spiciness-loving friends and family. Recipes Peach Pepper Jelly.
2. Peach and Pepper Jam
This jam can be used as a glaze for chicken or shrimp or as a spread on cheese and crackers. It is sweet and spicy.
The flavor of this peach and pepper jam has become quite addictive to me. Red and jalapeno peppers blend with sweet peaches to make a jam that is delicious and adaptable, as well as sweet and spicy.
Great hostess or holiday gift ideas include this jam. If you choose to create a large quantity, prepare several tiny jars and keep them on hand for giving at any time. Recipes Peach and Pepper Jam.
3. Jalapeno Peach Pepper Jelly
When I tasted the jelly on a warm, gooey biscuit, I was so ecstatic that I almost started to cry. You guys, I’m not even exaggerating! It takes a lot of love to can, but the results are well worth it!
You may have heard of pepper jelly. Do you think you’d prefer it milder or more spicy? Would you mind sharing any canning advice? Let’s talk in the comments section below! Recipes Jalapeno Peach Pepper Jelly.
4. Pepper Jelly
Making pepper jelly at home is quite simple, and having a supply on hand is a terrific idea.
I combined a variety of sweet peppers from my garden to make this Pepper Jelly recipe. Yellow banana peppers, red and orange crazy hatters, and red and green shishito peppers are among the available peppers.
The combination of all the colors creates a gorgeous jelly that resembles confetti. It appears festive and glitzy, ideal for holiday gift-giving.
Both jam and jelly are produced using fruit. They are, nevertheless, distinct items. Jam is produced with the whole fruit, whereas jelly is made with the juice of the fruit. Despite being thick, jams aren’t as rigid as jellies. Recipes Pepper Jelly.
5. Fig-Jalapeno Pepper Jelly
I really like all kinds of pepper jelly and have had many through the years! Anymore there seems to be all kinds of ways to use the “heat” of jalapeno peppers with the sweet of the fruit. In this instance I had Bell Peppers and Jalapeno Peppers from our Kitchen Garden, and Fresh Figs from my friend Lynn, at Southern With A Twist, so I made Fig-Jalapeno Pepper Jelly. Oooo laaa laaaa! The heat from the jalapeno peppers marries so well with the sweet of the bell peppers and figs. I cheated and tasted a bit that fell to the counter top as I was filling the jars … oh ya, it’s a keeper! Recipes Fig-Jalapeno Pepper Jelly.
Dishes To Combine With Pepper Jelly
1. Red Pepper Miso Wings
Use the red pepper jelly for something different instead of the traditional cream cheese and pepper jelly snack. Chicken wings that are sticky yet crispy make the most of the red pepper jelly’s flavor. A spicy, sweet, savory sauce with a striking color is the end result. For a dish that looks impressively festive and begs to be brought to a holiday potluck, add fresh basil and onions. Recipes Red Pepper Miso Wings.
2. Hot Pepper Jelly Meatballs
To create a sweet and sour appetizer, this Hot Pepper Jelly Meatballs dish combines frozen meatballs, raspberry jam, chili sauce, red pepper jelly, and orange juice. You only need to throw the materials into the crockpot to do the job!
The ideal appetizer for parties, sporting events, and even holiday celebrations are these hot pepper jelly meatballs! Visitors will forgo the other little bites and hors d’oeuvres and head straight to the crockpot for these meatballs until they are all gone.
You may be sure that this simple recipe will be delicious because it was influenced by my Classic Grape Jelly Meatballs Appetizer. In this dish, orange juice, chili sauce, raspberry jam, and red hot pepper jelly combine to provide a mouthwatering flavor combination! Recipes Hot Pepper Jelly Meatballs.
3. Baked Brie with Pepper Jelly
This is my favorite by far, and I think I can assume that’s because I threw some pepper jelly in it. Mix it with some craisins, walnuts and pumpkin seeds. You’ve got yourself the simplest appetizer. Literally, you don’t make anything. Assemble and cook. It’s an easy appetizer recipe that won’t fail on Thanksgiving.
You can use whatever you like and also any pepper jelly you like. I’ve always used Peggy’s Peppers Jelly. Some people may be ambitious and create their own. Recipes Baked Brie with Pepper Jelly.
4. Shrimp with Pepper Jelly
Shrimp with Pepper Jelly is a dish with a wonderful combination of seafood and pepper jelly. You can use this dish in all daily meals or in weekend meals. I’m sure your family will love this wonderful dish. Recipes Shrimp with Pepper Jelly.
5. Strawberry Pepper Jelly
The sweetness of the fresh strawberries blends perfectly with the grape in the jelly. A delicious snack, your kids will love this cool and fun treat. Recipes Strawberry Pepper Jelly.
How long does homemade pepper jelly keep?
Stored pepper jelly in a cool, dark space such as a pantry will have an 18 month to 2 year shelf life. What is this? Once your pepper jelly is opened, it should last 6 months to a year in the refrigerator.
Why is my pepper jelly runny?
The most common reason for jelly didn’t set is cooking the jelly too high or too low. If you cook it too low, the pectin won’t set set up. Cook too high, and you can break down the pectin. For most jam and jelly recipes, you’ll add the sugar and bring the fruit to a full boil and boil for 1 to 2 minutes.
Do you refrigerate pepper jelly?
Jellies and jams do not need to go in the fridge because they have a water activity of around 0.80, and their pH is usually around 3. So they don’t have enough moisture to support bacteria and are too acidic for them as well. Conclusion: Keep your jams and jellies wherever you want to.