Jam recipes | Handy.Recipes

Jam recipes

Apricot Apple Jam

Cooked apricot apple jam

We've been waiting for apricots, can you believe it, 3 years! Well, they were not, and that's it! And this year there are a lot of apricots! I've already made a lot of jam, and I bake pies every day and eat them fresh without restrictions! But there aren't fewer apricots! My husband says, make some jam, in case next year again a bad harvest (phew, phew, phew)!). Started to look for a recipe, could not find something that would suit me. I had to brew my own, the result pleased me! I'm sharing with! You might be looking for the same recipe!

Author of the recipe

Ingredients and taste: Sugar, Apple, Jam, Rich, Vivid, Apricot, Preserves, Crisp, Intense

Read more: Apricot Apple Jam

Green tomato jam-marmalade

Cooked green tomato marmalade

Time to cook: 70 minutes

On one of the Greek websites, I came across a story of a lady, who called herself Padespani, about her trip to a French gourmet store. After many tastings she chose a small jar of... green tomato jam. The jar she bought ran out within an hour. That's where her journey of recipe research began. After trying and testing many variations, she found the flavor!!! The recipe came with it... My curiosity knew no bounds, and my thirst for experimentation led me to buy unripe tomatoes... Well, let's... Here we go!

Author of the recipe

Ingredients and taste: Salt, Lemon, Tomato, Sugar, Vinegar, Sweet, Jam, Tart, Original, Whiskey, Preserves

Read more: Green tomato jam-marmalade

Strawberry Jam

Cooked Strawberry Jam

Time to cook: 60 minutes

Total Servings: 10

Now is the height of strawberry season, which means it's time to stock your winter storage shelf with a few jars of your favorite strawberry jam 🍓. Today I want to share with you my most favorite recipe for delicious strawberry jam. The bright color and delicious flavor of this berry brings incredible pleasure. If you stick strictly to the recipe, the taste of strawberry jam will be bright and rich, and shelf life is long - no problem will last all winter!

Author of the recipe

Ingredients and taste: Sugar, Sweet, Strawberry, Jam, Citric Acid, Preserves

Read more: Strawberry Jam

Golden Currant Jam

Cooked golden currant jam

Goldcurrant (Ribes aureum) is a very tasty and healthy berry. It contains a lot of sugar (8%), organic acids (1%), carotene (up to 5%), vitamins C (up to 65 mg), P, pectin and tannins. And jam made of it turns out just fabulously delicious! It has the flavor of currant jam and the taste of blueberry jam.

Author of the recipe

Ingredients and taste: Sugar, Sweet, Jam, Currant, Preserves

Read more: Golden Currant Jam

Winter Raspberry in Five Minute Chocolate

Cooked winter raspberries in chocolate five minutes

Time to cook: 30 minutes

Total Servings: 20

If you have to make jam on New Year's Eve, it has to be the fanciest! If you like raspberries and chocolate as much as you do, why not combine them??! Try "Chocolate-covered raspberries" As a sauce for ice cream, pancakes, cottage cheese, cereal and toast! Happy Old New Year!!!

Author of the recipe

Ingredients and taste: Lemon Juice, Sugar, Milk, Jam, Chocolate, Raspberry, Fudge

Read more: Winter Raspberry in Five Minute Chocolate

Peach Caramel

Cooked Peach Caramel

Time to cook: 15 minutes

The peach is tender and tasty, but perishable. If you slip and it's gone, you've lost its marketability. So: if you have a few peaches that are stale (and already starting to spoil), if they are not very good and tasty, in the end if you have a lot of peaches and... just don't fit anymore... anywhere, then this recipe is for you! 15 minutes - and you're ready to make a delicious sauce for pancakes, cheesecakes, ice cream, yogurt or morning toast!

Author of the recipe

Ingredients and taste: Sweet, Water, Brown sugar, Jam, Delicate, Caramel, Cooked

Read more: Peach Caramel

Raspberries for winter

Cooked Raspberries for Winter

The advantage of this stuffing is that it is fresh, not boiled!!! All the vitamins are preserved!!! And it's seedless. Some people think that raspberry pips are bad for you. I don't know for sure if it's true, but I really like this homogeneous consistency, which can be spread on a cake, added as syrup to a cocktail, an ice cream, or just drunk with tea on a cold winter evening!

Author of the recipe

Ingredients and taste: Sugar, Sweet, Jam, Preserves

Read more: Raspberries for winter

Corn Syrup

Cooked Corn Syrup

Time to cook: 300 minutes

Total Servings: 10

Corn syrup as a substitute for honey in baked goods. We know that honey should not be thermally processed. At high temperatures, honey's usefulness rapidly approaches zero, but its harmfulness, on the contrary, tends towards infinity. As long as you can find young corn, I recommend using the recipe. The recipe is based on having two corn cobs. I made a triple batch. Many recipes use corn syrup. You can't find it in our stores, I couldn't find it. And here is this recipe, and the syrup can be made at home.

Author of the recipe

Ingredients and taste: Salt, Lemon Juice, Sugar, Sweet, Water, Custard, Jam, Vanilla sugar, Corn syrup

Read more: Corn Syrup

Apple puree

Cooked applesauce

Time to cook: 30 minutes

Good Morning, Afternoon or Evening to All! There are a lot of apples this year (more apples on the branches than leaves), and I'm rushing to close more applesauce, which tastes a lot like baby food (as my godson called it: "apple puree"). I have 5 buckets of apples in front of me (big and painstaking work for the day) and, not having found anything like this on the site, I hasten to share. The puree is great for pies, strudel, homemade meringue and just on a bun (like all my kids love). Best of all, it's a minimum of sugar (you have to work hard, of course). But what are all our worries in the kitchen when we see happy and satisfied faces of our loved ones, eating our many hours of work!!!

Author of the recipe

Ingredients and taste: Sugar, Apple, Water, Jam, Preserves

Read more: Apple puree

Wild rose honeysuckle

Cooked Qypre honey

Time to cook: 180 minutes

This year's summer has not been very good, so when I came across this unusual recipe on the web, I couldn't resist trying it. It is very summery, sweet, viscous treat with a delicious color and delicate floral and honey aroma. It will decorate a friendly tea party at any time of year and surprise your family and friends :) I don't claim to be the author, I'll just tell you how I made it.

Author of the recipe

Ingredients and taste: Sweet, Water, Unusual, Jam, Citric Acid, Petals, Jelly

Read more: Wild rose honeysuckle

Terms of use | Contact us Handy.Recipes © Copyright 2021. All Rights Reserved. Sitemap