How to make it

  • Combine sugar, clear gel, cinnamon, and water in a large pot on stove top.
  • Cook on med. heat stirring constantly until thickened.
  • Remove from heat and add salt and lemon juice.
  • Fill bottles with apples. ( Wide mouth jars work best)
  • Ladel sauce into jars until fill to 1 inch from top.
  • You can use a butter knife slid down the side between jar and apples to help fill if needed.
  • Put seals and rings on bottles (made sure rim is clean)
  • Put in hot water bath and boil gently for 20 minutes.
  • Remove from water to towel or cooling rack to let cool and seal.

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  • herbwife 5 years ago
    Neither a pectin nor a gelatin, ClearJel is a specially modified form of corn starch that can safely be used as a thickener in home canned pie fillings. Unlike regular cornstarch, ClearJel is one thickener that is recommended by the USDA for use in home canning.
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  • tinaharker 11 years ago
    what do you mean by "clear gel" -Is that pectin or gelatin?
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  • lylay1963 11 years ago
    Hi I'd really like to use this but I'm not sure what clear gel is could someone let me know if this is gelatin or pectin
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  • annieamie 11 years ago
    Thank you, Momto5! I wanted to use up some apples to make fried apple pies but had a hard time finding a good recipe until I saw yours! This is just what I was hoping to find! Thank you for your great recipe!
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    " It was excellent "
    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    this would be delicous in fried apple pies yummy thanks high5 great post.
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