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Paula Deen's pepper jelly recipe on FoodNetwork.com provides simple directions for making a hot pepper jelly. This flexible recipe works with any hot green pepper; Deen recommends jalape?o or serrano peppers. More »

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Easy pepper jelly can be made with processed peppers, vinegar, sugar and pectin, according to the Food Network. This jelly is stored in sterilized glass canning jars. More »

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A hot pepper jelly recipe that has received five-star reviews is made by first pureeing 1 1/2 cups of white vinegar, one medium sweet red pepper and 2/3 cup of chopped habanero peppers in a blender. Next, add 2 cups of s... More »

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Paula Deen's recipe for pepper jelly with jalapeno is available on FoodNetwork.com and PaulaDeen.com. The recipes on both websites are the same, but the version on Food Network provides more information about jar sterili... More »

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Paula Deen does not offer a recipe for ham loaf on her website or on FoodNetwork.com. A professional recipe for ham loaf created by another Food Network chef is Emeril Legasse's ham and pork loaf with peach mustard glaze... More »

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An easy jelly roll recipe is Paula Deen's Old South Jelly Roll Cake. The batter is made by beating egg yolks with sugar and vanilla extract, as well as sifted flour, baking powder and salt, then folding in beaten egg whi... More »

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Paula Deen has a simple jalapeño jelly recipe that takes less than 20 minutes to complete. To make it, gather a green bell pepper, a couple fresh jalapeños, apple cider vinegar and sugar. Also have pectin, green food col... More »

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