1. Crush grapes with hand one at the time with your fingers before filtering the grape juice and giving it a final hand-squeeze to get as much juice as you can.
2. In a bowl, mix all-purpose flour with grape juice using a whisk ensuring there are no lumps.
3. Put the mixture in a pot and bring to a boil, constantly stirring it. Keep boiling for 2 minutes before placing the mixture into molds while it’s still hot.
4. Place the molds in the fridge, allowing them to rest for at least a couple of hours.
5. For garnish, you can use fresh cranberries, fresh mint and ground dark chocolate.
Homemade Grape Must Jelly is always healthy and cost effective. Chef Matteo Carboni from the Academia Barilla Culinary School is making Grape Must Jelly using three different types of table grapes. This helps in getting a jelly that is more flavorful and delicious. At the end he gives two suggestions for serving Grape Must Jelly. The recipe is very simple except for the juice extraction process which has to be done with hands and requires strength.