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I have, Katy, I'll find it and post it shortly.Made some last year, very pretty, but not the most flavourful thing in the world! No grapes at all this year - not enough sun.
I have half a bucket of small sour green grapesThey apparently go pink in the sun never seen itI cut it right back this year as we moved the shed & it's in the wrong place now we are debating transplanting
Sorry - I forgot to say "Thank you" for looking out the recipe
Well take heart, as they are the best for this recipe!Small, green, unripe grapes (or unrepentant grapes, as autocorrect wanted!)SugarPlace grapes in a pan with water just to cover and simmer about 10 minutes, until soft.Strain the juice, and add 450g sugar to every 600ml juice. Boil rapidly until setting point is reached. Pot in clean, warm jars, cover and seal.
2 jars of rather lovely pink jelly that MN won't let me post a picture ofThank you
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