For one pouch of liquid pectin use 2 Tablespoons of powder pectin. Change when the sugar and pectin are added. Combine powder pectin with the fruit and juice at the beginning of the recipe but do not add the sugar at the same time. Bring fruit and pectin to full boil for 1 minute.
Furthermore, can you use powdered pectin instead of liquid pectin?
You use two tablespoons of powdered regular pectin for every packet of liquid pectin. The difference in usage is that instead of adding the pectin at the end of cooking like you do with liquid, you whisk the powdered pectin into the sugar before you combine it with the fruit.
What is liquid pectin?
Pectin for Making Homemade Jam. Pectin is a naturally occurring substance (a polyscaccaride) found in berries, apples and other fruit. When heated together with sugar, it causes a thickening that is characteristic of jams and jellies.
How long does it take liquid pectin to set?
Give the jam 24-48 hours to set up (because truly, sometimes it can take that long for pectin to reach the finished set). If it still hasn't set, it's time to open all the jars back up. Set heat to high and begin to bring the jam to temperature. Whisk in one tablespoon of powdered pectin as it heats.