Remember I posted about the beginnings of making strawberry guava jelly here? Well, she hasn't had time to work on that jelly yet, but has done others.
After writing that post, mom received some regular guavas. She cut them and scooped out the seeds.
Then zapped them in a food processor.
She then cooked the puree with some sugar and lemon juice to get guava jam.
When sealing the jars, she always puts a layer of paraffin.
She also received some frozen surinam cherries. If you've never tasted these, they are quite tart.
After heating them, she strained them in a sieve.
The juice was then heated with some sugar and lemon juice.
And after it jelled, they were put into jars, ready for a layer of paraffin and are now awaiting to be sold at the Taste of Hongwanji.
Hope you are having a great weekend!