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Charlene's Guava Jam


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Ingredients

600 g

Charlene's Guava Jam

  • 500 g Guava's with skin on, Chopped into small pieces
  • 1 lemon, Quartered with peel on
  • 2 green apples, Quartered with peel on
  • 500 g brown sugar
  • 1 cinnamon stick
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Recipe's preparation

    The Jam
  1. 1)   Place apples, lemon, cinnamon stick and guavas in the Thermomix bowl. Cook for 20 mins/ 90 degrees/reverse/speed 2 with LID ON.

    2)   Add sugar and cook for further 20 minutes /90 degrees/reverse/speed 2 with LID OFF.

    3)   Strain the jam (I used a large strainer) and return the liquid starined to the thermomix bowl. You want all the seeds removed as they do not have a nice flavour.

    4)   Cook for a further 20-30 minutes/90 degrees/reverse/speed 2 with LID OFF.

    5)   Complete jam test below.

    6)   Store in sterilized glass jars.

     

     

    JAM TEST:

    To test for setting: Place a small plate or saucer in to the fridge for 15 mins. Pour a spoonful of the hot jam, jelly or marmalade on to the plate and return to the fridge for 5 minutes. Push the edges of the jam with your index finger. It is set when it all wrinkly and crinkly. If it is not set continue to cook checking every 5 minutes. Don’t overcook. Leave to cool and set for a few hours or over night. You can use a jam setter otherwise.

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Tip

Add more sugar at step 4 if you like more sweeter jam


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  •  how did it turn out? 

    Submitted by chanel jj on 22. August 2014 - 12:29.

     how did it turn out? 

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  • Fantastic, it turned out to

    Submitted by Liezelng on 16. May 2014 - 15:35.

    Fantastic, it turned out to be the best guava jam I have ever made  tmrc_emoticons.D

     

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  • I have found a guava tree at

    Submitted by Alisoncourtice on 17. February 2014 - 11:25.

    I have found a guava tree at my daughters school today so am planning on making jam using your recipe. Is there any reason not to chop the guavas in the thermy? Thanks.

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  • thank you very much..inspired

    Submitted by charlene on 17. July 2013 - 19:12.

    tmrc_emoticons.) thank you very much..inspired by all the ripe guavas falling off y 82 year old nannas tree! glad you and your kids enjoyed this

    Charlene Goder

    Thermomix Consultant

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  • Great way to use up ripe

    Submitted by Yvettem on 20. June 2013 - 13:45.

    Great way to use up ripe Guavas. So delicious my toddlers love it!

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