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Cherry Brandy Jam


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Ingredients

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  • 750 grams Cherries
  • 750 grams sugar raw
  • 50 grams brandy
  • 50 grams Jamsetter
  • 6
    10min
    Preparation 10min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

    Cherry Brandy Jam
  1. Wash & pit cherries

    2. Weigh cherries & sugar in 

    3. Cook 10 mins/ 50 / Speed 1 to dissolve sugar

    4. Add brandy & jamsetter

    5. Cook 40 mins/ 80 / Speed 1

    6. Cook 10 mins/ Varoma / Speed 1

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When using Varoma in final stage, remove MC & place inverted simmering basket on TM lid to avoid splatters


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  • Did you follow the recipe as

    Submitted by kymkay on 12. January 2015 - 17:23.

    Did you follow the recipe as listed, aside from halving the brandy & sugar and not using the jamsetter, and it was still thick? We were given 5kgs of fresh plump cherries at work and everyone is still away on holidays, so I thought about making some jam to give them so they havent totally missed out. I'd hate to waste them though if the jam didnt work and wasnt set nice & thick.

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  • Love love love this jam! I

    Submitted by Gordy00 on 21. December 2014 - 12:14.

    Love love love this jam! I used the TM to pit the cherries and removed most of the juices so the jam was yummy and thick. I also halved the brandy and sugar and didn't use the setting jam as I didn't have any. Delish! Thanks for sharing

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  • This tastes great but is it

    Submitted by Joannej on 18. December 2013 - 06:23.

    This tastes great but is it ment to set or be runny because mines runny?

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  • The house smelt fantastic

    Submitted by alisonjones072 on 25. November 2013 - 18:05.

    The house smelt fantastic whilst this was cooking.  A tip for lazy people like me, I used the Thermomix to pit the cherries for me first.

     

    - 5-10 Seconds  speed 5. Do in batches so that you aren't covering up the blades

    - Tip out onto a sieve over a bowl (don't waste any of that lovely juice!) and you can easily sift through with your fingers to remove the seeds.

    - If you miss a seed, don't panic they float to the top at the end of the first cooking process.

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  • OMG! this tastes as good as

    Submitted by Barry steel on 8. January 2013 - 19:35.

    OMG! this tastes as good as store brought Jam .  :O almost like a gel , and i couldnt stop eating it . mmmmm next time i make a good Gravy , for osso bucco or Lamb shanks , im going to add this !  Cooking 1

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