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1 Punnet Speedy Strawberry Jam


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Ingredients

1 jar(s)

  • 1 package strawberries (250g punnet)
  • 1 granny smith apple, quartered
  • 120 grams sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla Bean Paste (or Extract)
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Add to thermomix bowl all ingredients.
  2. Cook for around 18 min, varoma temp (for TM31) or 105C (for TM5), on Sp1.

    Cook longer if you want thicker jam - yummo!
  3. Blend for around 30sec Sp4 if you want it smooth – quick, easy, DELICIOUS! Store in a sterilised glass jar in the fridge and with this quantity of sugar, will keep well for 1 month+ (if it lasts that long!)
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Tip

Hull your strawberries with a straw! Push a straw through the base of the strawberry up towards the leaves and it should pop off the leaf and leave mimimal waste of your strawberry flesh!


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  • Hi I made this doubling the amount of...

    Submitted by Petra01 on 13. October 2018 - 13:44.

    Hi I made this doubling the amount of strawberries, and I added a little lemon juice, MC off. It was still sweet enough for us. Very nice and easy to make. I did need to reduce the temperature down to 100 - 95, due to it bubbling onto the lid.

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  • Made this recipe today, turned out great. I...

    Submitted by harleybeau on 16. September 2018 - 17:46.

    Made this recipe today, turned out great. I blitzed it for 10secs speed 4 before I started the cooking process. Found That I could leave it on the 105deg and no spillage.

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  • Great jam and super easy for me a first time jam...

    Submitted by Linda Temple on 11. September 2018 - 12:35.

    Great jam and super easy for me a first time jam maker

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  • mrscroft: Nope I used raw sugar and only 70g,...

    Submitted by 2005rosanna on 10. September 2018 - 20:59.

    mrscroft: Nope I used raw sugar and only 70g, could probably use even less as still a little sweet. But it was delicious

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  • Question - has anyone used a refined sugar...

    Submitted by mrscroft on 10. September 2018 - 15:44.

    Question - has anyone used a refined sugar alternative in this recipe with success? eg Baking Natvia?

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  • This was so easy and delicious. I used 70g sugar....

    Submitted by 2005rosanna on 7. September 2018 - 17:47.

    This was so easy and delicious. I used 70g sugar. Yum thx

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  • Jemma.rose: Recipe was created before TM5. Updated...

    Submitted by Leanne Sloss on 31. August 2018 - 00:19.

    Jemma.rose: Recipe was created before TM5. Updated recipe now for TM5s to use 105c- thanks for the prompt Smile

    Leanne Sloss @thekitchensoulmate

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  • It burnt???? I did exactly as the recipe said....

    Submitted by Jemma.rose on 30. August 2018 - 12:16.

    It burnt???? I did exactly as the recipe said....

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  • I doubled the recipe, but kept 1 apple. I blitzed...

    Submitted by Betstrath on 1. May 2018 - 18:01.

    I doubled the recipe, but kept 1 apple. I blitzed the apple first. Next time I will also blitz the berries first, as I was a bit worried about doing it at the end as it was so hot. I used 3/4 mulberries and 1/4 strawberries. Yum. I sterilise my glass jars in the microwave (not lids). Just add a bit of water to the jar and heat till the water boils.

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  • Always a winner this recipe...

    Submitted by KellsKitchen1 on 10. January 2018 - 09:27.

    Always a winner this recipe
    Today is cherry jam and I swapped the Apple for a pear as it was all I had.
    Tastes great

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  • Love this Jam, I make it weekly. I use a whole...

    Submitted by KAW on 2. January 2018 - 12:31.

    Love this Jam, I make it weekly. I use a whole pink lady apple - unpeeled no problems. Use speed 2 to avoid it catching on the bottom using varoma temp in my TM5. Also add the vanilla after cooking.

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  • I do a few tweaks to his recipe and find it then...

    Submitted by letstryit on 25. December 2017 - 21:51.

    I do a few tweaks to his recipe and find it then works perfectly for me without scorching on bottom of bowl:
    cut sugar to 80, peel apple and roughly dice, add juice of half a lemon, cook at 100 C with MC off, don’t process jam after cooking time. Yum!

    John Clark

    Independent Consultant (WA)

    0439 470 904

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  • Great recipe and totally easy! Just the right size...

    Submitted by BoydM16 on 25. December 2017 - 19:40.

    Great recipe and totally easy! Just the right size for my husband to eat in a week. Will be making it again for sure.

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  • Is the measuring cup supposed to be on or off...

    Submitted by Rgrant on 24. November 2017 - 11:02.

    Is the measuring cup supposed to be on or off during cooking process?

    mine kept spluttering everywhere with it on so I removed it.

    our whole family loves this jam. It's a winner

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  • Delish and super easy. Will definitely make again...

    Submitted by Griffo5 on 6. November 2017 - 17:42.

    Delish and super easy. Will definitely make again and again

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  • Easy and delicious

    Submitted by Mel03s on 10. September 2017 - 01:00.

    Easy and delicious

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  • We felt like scones tonight so I whipped up a...

    Submitted by stefjan on 8. September 2017 - 22:22.

    We felt like scones tonight so I whipped up a batch...then realised we had no jam, so I made this! It was delicious and ever so easy!! Next time, I'll peel the apple (and use a smaller one) as the apple flavour slightly overpowered the strawberry - but it was really yummy all the same. Smile

    Janette

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  • Love this jam I added some dried lavender

    Submitted by janjuffs on 5. September 2017 - 07:42.

    Love this jam I added some dried lavender

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  • I have made this so many times and it is...

    Submitted by Anniepops99 on 4. September 2017 - 21:55.

    I have made this so many times and it is spectacular and so easy! Looking forward to experimenting with variations including apricots, peaches and berries. Thanks for a great recipe!

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  • Fabulous and easy. Next time I might peel the...

    Submitted by melanie-jade on 31. August 2017 - 09:17.

    Fabulous and easy. Next time I might peel the apple as there were a few bits of apple skin in the jam

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  • I don't usually make jam. This was so, so simple...

    Submitted by LynH on 15. August 2017 - 07:56.

    I don't usually make jam. This was so, so simple and the taste is fantastic. Highly recommend.

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  • Still my favourite jam. Have successfully double...

    Submitted by _steph86_ on 7. August 2017 - 19:00.

    Still my favourite jam. Have successfully double the recipe, too. Turned the speed down to slow at 8 mins left. So yum.

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  • So easy & so delicious. Thank you. I added more...

    Submitted by dishy trishy on 19. July 2017 - 17:08.

    So easy & so delicious. Thank you. I added more sugar by mistake but it was still delicious

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  • Tried this last night and do agree I would never...

    Submitted by mellicec on 18. July 2017 - 20:20.

    Tried this last night and do agree I would never go back to store bought jams!!

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  • Best strawberry jam recipe ever. So delicious and...

    Submitted by KristyPimm on 10. July 2017 - 12:40.

    Best strawberry jam recipe ever. So delicious and so easy. Doesn't last long in our house!

    kP

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  • LOVE this recipe....... but..... do not double the...

    Submitted by nursey123 on 9. July 2017 - 15:34.

    LOVE this recipe....... but..... do not double the quantity as it will boil over!!!!😣 (i thought id be smart lol) so def stick to this recipe and youll have beautiful jam. 😍 UPDATE.... using 500g strawberries, 1x green apple, 150g sugar, 100 degrees at stiring speed and thermie is happy.

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  • This is so good and so easy to make. I cooked it...

    Submitted by CMom on 4. July 2017 - 22:16.

    This is so good and so easy to make. I cooked it at 105 degrees then for an extra 5 minutes as others that commented had suggested. I will never buy jam again!

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  • A great recipe! I love that it doesn't make too...

    Submitted by ninanikolic@hotmail.com on 30. June 2017 - 20:39.

    A great recipe! I love that it doesn't make too much so I don't have to bother sterilising the jar. It never lasts very long! Thank you for sharing.

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  • Nicoleab...

    Submitted by Nate's Mum on 25. June 2017 - 09:05.

    Nicoleab:

    I have used frozen blueberries. Worked really well.

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  • AMAZING and oh so easy thanks

    Submitted by nursey123 on 15. June 2017 - 12:01.

    AMAZING!!!!!! and oh so easy..... thanks 😁

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  • Could I use frozen strawberries

    Submitted by Nicoleab on 7. May 2017 - 22:11.

    Could I use frozen strawberries?

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  • How long does this last???

    Submitted by taylaskyegrace3 on 27. March 2017 - 19:37.

    How long does this last???

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  • Apricot delight...

    Submitted by Ranger Jules on 3. March 2017 - 15:37.

    Apricot delight

    sooooo in love with this recipe!!

    i made apricot jam the other day, and I ate so much fricken jam!! Lol. Was better than shop bought!!

    today were making peach jam as we have a couple of trees of peaches tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • ok, so im addicted to this recipe....

    Submitted by KellsKitchen1 on 19. February 2017 - 10:29.

    ok, so im addicted to this recipe.

    Have made strawberry jam and cherry jam, today Im using some frozen blueberries for a blueberry jam.

    Cant comment highly enough

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  • Absolutely loved it....

    Submitted by KellsKitchen1 on 5. February 2017 - 12:22.

    Absolutely loved it.

    Im a new thermo user, found this easy and quick. Used less sugar and as my favorite jam is cherry, used frozen cherries, tasted Fab.

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  • The best by far!!!!...

    Submitted by Ranger Jules on 6. January 2017 - 11:37.

    The best by far!!!!

    ive used this before on SA dish look strawberries.

    wow amazing and my fav jam by far!!

    got more sad look strawberries and raspberries in the fridge, guess where they are going? Yep into this recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

    thank you sooo much xx

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  • Made this today as I had a sad looking punnet of...

    Submitted by Ashy77 on 5. January 2017 - 15:52.

    Made this today as I had a sad looking punnet of strawberries that no one would eat. Very successful and enjoyed by all. Thank you. Such a useful recipe that saved something that would have gone to waste.

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  • Super easy to make. I made 2 batches within a...

    Submitted by ClaireLamont on 5. January 2017 - 15:30.

    Super easy to make. I made 2 batches within a couple of days of each other and they were really different! I think the size of apple impacts on the flavour and colour significantly. Both batches were nice but I would recommend using a smallish apple.

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  • Love this. Have made it many times! Hubby loves...

    Submitted by Merin on 10. December 2016 - 13:03.

    Love this. Have made it many times! Hubby loves it.

    I've also successfully doubled the recipe, and instead of strawberries added 500g frozen raspberries for raspberry jam. Super delicious! Smile

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  • have made this a couple of

    Submitted by _steph86_ on 5. December 2016 - 16:03.

    have made this a couple of times. It's so easy, and so delicious!!!

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  • I made this jam yesterday, it

    Submitted by Hevbrad on 11. November 2016 - 11:44.

    I made this jam yesterday, it was the first time I have ever made jam because as a kid my mum would make jam and it was an all day process, so I never had the drive. But to make a jar of jam in under half an hour was amazing tmrc_emoticons.) The jam turned out perfect just the way my husband likes it. Thankyou so much for the recipe. I have a batch cooking again right now with mixed berries tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Cooked on 105 as per below

    Submitted by AnitaLeach on 7. November 2016 - 13:04.

    Cooked on 105 as per below comments and was great. Cooked for a few minutes longer also. Used 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla bean powder in my first batch and 1 teaspoon of extract in the second. First batch was thicker but both taste delish!!

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  • My go to jam! So easy

    Submitted by Sian67 on 3. November 2016 - 14:07.

    My go to jam! So easy

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  • So easy & so good! I reduced

    Submitted by Samantha Pearce on 26. October 2016 - 18:06.

    So easy & so good! I reduced the sugar and added a tablespoon of chia seeds! It made it very thick and delicious. Fab recipe

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  • Yummy jam, I cooked on 110

    Submitted by Melinda Hutchison on 24. October 2016 - 20:03.

    Yummy jam, I cooked on 110 but it still caught a bit on bottom. Will try again on 105.

     


    Melinda Hutchison | Consultant | Thermomix


     

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  • Very nice jam!! I reduced the

    Submitted by Mook80 on 12. October 2016 - 15:58.

    Very nice jam!! I reduced the sugar to 80gr and temperature to 105 (TM5) as recommended by others and there was no burning.  tmrc_emoticons.) Definitely will do this again 

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  • I've used pink lady apple,

    Submitted by WildMum on 10. October 2016 - 17:51.

    I've used pink lady apple, peeled and cored, and sundowner apples. Use a large apple and 500g strawberry. Found it bubbles up a bit so used the varoma bowl instead of the basket on top. Looks very thick and well set, haven't tried any yet. Smells delicious. Oh and cooked 21mins varoma (tm31) 

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  • I doubled all the ingredients

    Submitted by Bev Murrill on 7. October 2016 - 07:42.

    I doubled all the ingredients except the sugar, which I kept the same, and it's beautiful. I think it would be too much with the full amount of sugar. 

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  • Love this jam :)  So tasty,

    Submitted by Susiejoy on 18. September 2016 - 20:05.

    Love this jam tmrc_emoticons.) 

    So tasty, so easy , great when strawberries are plentiful and cheap.

    Just starting to catch on bottom after 18 mins varoma, will drop to 120.

     

     

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  • Making my 3rd batch this

    Submitted by allforthekids on 12. September 2016 - 22:15.

    Making my 3rd batch this week!  My kids usually dont eat jam, but they love this! They know it is cooking when they smell the vanilla.  Thanks again, this is a great recipe.

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