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Feijoa Jam


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Ingredients

2 litre(s)

  • 1000 g feijoas
  • 1 lemon (juice and rind only)
  • 700 g sugar
  • 6
    15min
    Preparation 15min
    Baking/Cooking
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Describe the preparation steps of your recipe

  2. Peel feijoas and trim at each end.


    Place lemon rind in TM bowl.  Mix 10 seconds on speed 10.


    Add sugar.  Mix 15 seconds on speed 10.


    Add lemon juice and feijoas.  Place rice basket on top of lid instead of MC. Cook for 45-55 minutes on 100*C on speed 2.


    Cook 2 minutes on Varoma temperature on speed 2.


    Pour into sterilised jars.

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Tip

Experiment with the time depending on how soft/hard you like your jam.

 

This is really yummy on fresh baked hot cross buns (I'm eating as I type!).  Or brioche.  Or anything!


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  • Is it 1000g once they have

    Submitted by Sapphirez on 24. April 2016 - 10:06.

    Is it 1000g once they have been peeled? 

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  • I found it quite sweet, and

    Submitted by kiwikj on 18. April 2016 - 14:48.

    I found it quite sweet, and we had tart feijoas.  I think next time I will reduce the sugar.  Otherwise I really like it.  I would possibly try some cinnamon in it next time too.  Thanks

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  • Yummo!!!!  I made this and it

    Submitted by Ms RhiB on 10. May 2015 - 06:24.

    Yummo!!!!  I made this and it is delicious!  Need to make more!  Thank you for sharing! :)

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  • I've made this a few times

    Submitted by Liv in the Mix on 26. April 2015 - 23:55.

    I've made this a few times and every time it has turned out perfect; even with heavily reducing the sugar.

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  • This was so yummy straight

    Submitted by livcat on 28. June 2013 - 17:05.

    :) This was so yummy straight out of the bowl on some buttermilk scones. Couldn't wait for it to cool :love:

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  • Hi Kandy,Thanks for this

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 28. April 2011 - 10:27.

    Hi Kandy,

    Thanks for this fantastic recipe!!!  We were given about 4 kilos of feigoas just before Easter and we made 3 batches before we went away for the weekend.  All three turned out perfectly.:love:  While we were away my mum made another batch at her place on the stove and she said the jam was not half as nice looking - it didn't have that beautiful color!  :O Next time she'll have to come over and do it in 'Indy' (indispensable), she agreed. 

    By the way, I did not chop the fruit at all but just popped them in whole and they broke down beautifully!

    Home is where your story begins. Closed lid

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  • The first time I made it I

    Submitted by Kandy on 27. April 2011 - 20:32.

    The first time I made it I didn't chop them and they broke down fine (or maybe I did chop them and I forgot!) but the second time I made it I did puree it a little. I think I just did about 5 seconds on speed 6, just to get the chunks out. You could puree it properly on speed 8 or 9 if you wanted it smoother.

    It does taste lovely though! You could also mix it up, add figs, cinnamon, orange...

    <one day, I will get around to doing this properly...>

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  • WOW, great job Kandy, was

    Submitted by guest on 27. April 2011 - 16:54.

    WOW, great job Kandy, was just asked about a recipe for this the other day! This is where I'm sending them! hahaha :) Thanks!

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  • Hi KandyThank you for this

    Submitted by lellyj on 27. April 2011 - 00:41.

    Hi Kandy

    Thank you for this recipe!  One quick question, do you chop the fruit as well as peel it, when you make this jam?  I just had a go, and I had only quartered the feijoas.  THey did not break down at all in the cooking process so I've just chopped the jam at the end of the cooking, but there are little chunks which are a bit "grainy"., so I'm going to cook it a little longer. I love the flavour of the jam, so I'm hoping to sor it out.  I have plenty more feijoas, so I can always try again!

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  • Thank you for posting this

    Submitted by maddy on 11. April 2011 - 15:01.

    Thank you for posting this Kandy :)   I have 4 trees fully loaded with young fruit.

    I love the idea of feijoa paste, as an alternative to quince.  These would have to be my favourite fruit :love:

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