What is the difference between jelly, jam, and preserves?
is made from fruit juice. Jelly is clear and firm enough to hold its shape when turned out of its container.
is made from a blend of crushed pieces of fruit and fruit puree.
contain whole or large pieces of fruit, making them thicker and more fruit-filled than jams or jellies.
is jelly with shreds of citrus fruit peel.
are jams made from a mixture of citrus fruits and can also include nuts.
are made from fruit pulp and sugar cooked together. There is no butter in fruit butter. The term may have developed to describe the appearance of the product or because it is a spread.
are flavorful, seasoned condiments with a consistency similar to jam. Chutney is typically made with fruits and relish is typically made with vegetables.