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Fool proof 15min Jam


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Ingredients

1 jar(s)

Jam

  • 1 Large Granny Smith Apple, cored and quartered
  • 400 g fruit of choice
  • 200 g raw sugar
  • 1/2 lemon, halved
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Recipe's preparation

    Jam
  1. Place a saucer into the fridge.

  2. Place apple into TMX bowl and chop 5-10secs/sp5.

  3. Add fruit, sugar and lemon into TMX bowl and cook 15mins/varoma temp/sp1-2.

  4. Check jam is cooked by testing a spoonful on the cold saucer.  This is done by running your finger through the middle, if the jam runs into the middle then it needs to be cooked further.

  5. If it needs to be cooked further cook it for 5-10mins/varoma temp/sp1.  Then check again.

  6. Remove lemon and then store in a sterlised jar in the fridge.

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Tip

If you want smooth jam put fruit in with apple.  Chop for 5secs scrape down sides of bowl and repeat. 

Frozen fruit can also be used in this recipe.

Fruits that could be used (this is just to name a few): any type of berries, plum, apricot, pear, banana, kiwifruit.

The picture featured is a plum jam.  Once cooked I blitzed it for 20secs/sp5 to break down the skin further before bottling.

Combination recommendations - blueberry & apple, rhubarb & strawberry, pear & ginger, banana & kiwi fruit.

Thank you Leisa Montfroy for this wonderfully easy and foolproof jam.   


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  • Just cut the lemon in half

    Submitted by susiesheedy on 24. February 2016 - 11:30.

    Just cut the lemon in half and throw in the bowl - I used a whole small one cut in half.

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  • I used one whole small lemon

    Submitted by susiesheedy on 24. February 2016 - 11:23.

    I used one whole small lemon and just cut it in half and threw it in!

     

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  • I made rhubarb jam this

    Submitted by susiesheedy on 24. February 2016 - 11:22.

    I made rhubarb jam this mornning and was so excited by the outcome I've been and bought strawberries and raspberries to make more jam. Thank you for a fabulous recipe, added to my all time favourites!

     

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  • Fantastic recipe that worked

    Submitted by susiesheedy on 24. February 2016 - 08:00.

    Fantastic recipe that worked a treat, thank you so much.

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  • Hi do you juice the half

    Submitted by purplenat75 on 5. January 2016 - 21:29.

    Hi do you juice the half lemon or place it in the bowl please?

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  • Super fast and easy! a great

    Submitted by Viking Girl on 15. September 2015 - 04:19.

    Super fast and easy! a great way to use up the last of the blueberries of the season, thanks!

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  • This was great. I made it

    Submitted by Jackieattard on 2. July 2015 - 13:46.

    This was great. I made it with kiwi fruit and it really delicious. Thanks for sharing. 

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  • awesome recipe! so easy and

    Submitted by BronAish on 29. June 2015 - 20:27.

    awesome recipe! so easy and worked really well. I made plum jam with a handful of blueberries, and it looks and tastes great tmrc_emoticons.) perfect for using up small bits of fruit so it doesn't go to waste. 

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  • Yum! Thank you!

    Submitted by sbertram8 on 9. May 2015 - 15:53.

    Yum! Thank you!

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