Waste of money
Never had any luck with bottled pectin, but decided to give it another chance only because I couldn’t find powdered product in any supermarket. Again, waste of money. Followed instructions, added a little extra pectin just in case. Shouldn’t have bothered, I don’t think there would be any difference. Lots and lots of runny watery jam. That’s the last time I bought it, never again!
It works for me!
It always works for me! Much easier to use than sachet pectin as long as the instructions are followed.
Cant tell the difference. My jam failed to set th
Cant tell the difference. My jam failed to set though I ended up using slightly more than suggestion on the bottle. Really a shame Tesco stopped selling jam sugar
Just save your time and money, get powdered pectin
Since Tesco stopped selling the Tate & Lyle / Silverspoon brands of powdered pectin(a third of the price for 3 sachets!), I have tried using this expensive liquid 3 years in a row (just lazy to go to another supermarket just for this I guess)...and every time there’s issues setting the jam and one of us have to rush to another well known supermarket a bit further away to get the above mentioned powdered pectin. Just save your time and money and get the powdered pectin mentioned above and get it right the first time.
This I find essential for annual marmalade making. Takes all the stress out of it and reliably delivers a great marmelade. Would not attempt marmelade without it.
Great for the Mad Hatter's Tea Party
If you want to thicken-up some runny jam, Tesco offers this expensive bottle of water!