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Ingredients

2 jar(s)

jam

  • 500 grams fruit of choice
  • 350 grams raw suger
  • 150 grams jam setting suger
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Recipe's preparation

    jam
  1. wash fruit destone if needed

  2. weigh sugars into tmx bowl


    heat sugar 10min/80/speed 1


    add fruit 35min/100/speed1


    then cook 15min/veroma/speed1

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Tip

i have made this jam with kiwi/strawberry/nectarine /peach works really well plum was very well set so maybe less veroma time at end i also did 50/50 strawberry and banana yummo.I just wash my jars well and boil for 5mins make about 2 jars make sure you pour jam into hot jarsor could break


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  • Super delicious & super easy....

    Submitted by Thermotess on 11. February 2017 - 15:37.

    Super delicious & super easy.

    🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

    Happy Thermomixing!

    Thermotess

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  • Jean this is awesome!!! I

    Submitted by Gemmadek on 1. October 2016 - 22:04.

    Jean this is awesome!!! I just made three different batches of jam after strawberry picking and this is the best one by far! 

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  • Brilliant recipe, I used

    Submitted by Clarelogan87 on 3. June 2016 - 22:10.

    Brilliant recipe, I used plums and it was such a lovely flavour, I gave several small jars to friends and they all raved. Will be making this again using different fruit - cannot wait. I did find the recipe very sweet despite using 50g less sugar. But I guess thats jam for you! I didn't want to reduce the sugar content too much incase it affected the texture of the jam - which by the way was marvellous. I used the tip to reduce the varoma time at the end for plums as they set quicker - i did 12 mins varoma time and it was spot on. I pretty much ate  half a loaf of bread in one sitting just eating jam on toast tmrc_emoticons.) haha

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  • This recipe was so simple and

    Submitted by krystalchaw on 5. January 2016 - 21:53.

    This recipe was so simple and delish - and best of all, I didn't even have any burnt jam at the bottom of my bowl to deal with (unlike another Thermo recipe I'd tried). Thanks for sharing!!

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  • Awesomeness = My 1st Jam

    Submitted by Ranger Jules on 14. August 2015 - 08:35.

    Awesomeness = My 1st Jam Attempt ever tmrc_emoticons.D

    I made Pear Jam.WOW, just WOW!Easy & simple to make tmrc_emoticons.DThanks heaps tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • Hi Jeodon, thanks for a

    Submitted by Pollyfrog on 8. March 2015 - 17:27.

    Hi Jeodon,

    thanks for a fantastic recipe - it was so easy to follow and I love that you can adapt it to use any fruit in season. I've made peach, peach and passion fruit and plum jam today. Ran out of jam seta sugar but plan to make nectarine jam tomorrow when I get more sugar. Two jars of each one  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Lovely jam! I only used less

    Submitted by Gordy00 on 20. December 2014 - 20:52.

    Lovely jam! I only used less than half the sugar and it was still sweet but not sickly, lovely on fresh bread. Thanks for sharing, I'm new to the TM world and this was super easy to follow  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • This was the easiest jam ive

    Submitted by aims1979 on 7. December 2014 - 01:32.

    This was the easiest jam ive made in the thermomix and absolutely beautiful consistency and taste. My nan always told me to warm the sugar in the oven before mixing in the fruit so i feel like this is a more traditional version of jam making just made easier in the thermomix. Today was nectarine jam but ill be trying strawberry and peach very soon.

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  • Hi there how fantastic you

    Submitted by thermo-envy on 21. October 2014 - 14:17.

    Hi there how fantastic you won,i have a page thermo-envy if you could share a photo of jam and your ribbon it would be fantastic thank you for letting me know kiwi and pinapple is fab as well tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • hi just to say bit late but

    Submitted by thermo-envy on 21. October 2014 - 14:15.

    hi just to say bit late but always make sure your jars are warm tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • I used strawberries, kiwi

    Submitted by Kirboxx on 20. October 2014 - 02:04.

    I used strawberries, kiwi fruit and a vanilla pod in mine. Turned out perfectly.I entered it into the Perth Royal Show cookery competition and won first place with it. Will be using this base for all my jam recipes from now on. 

    I've found a tablespoon or two of balsamic vinegar cuts through all the sweetness and highlights the fruit. 

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  • Great basic recipe.  I use a

    Submitted by Anniejane on 12. October 2014 - 18:42.

    Great basic recipe.  I use a combination of brown sugar, jam setting sugar and stevia (remembering that stevia weighs one tenth of sugar.  Just a little help to my diabetes.

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  • Be very carful with jam , I

    Submitted by thermo-envy on 31. December 2013 - 17:05.

    Be very carful with jam , I prepare two but cook seperate depending on fruit you get lots bubble and splash tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • Hi my first time making jam

    Submitted by tkt2 on 31. December 2013 - 16:01.

    Hi my first time making jam it was great. Wanting to know if you can double the recipe.

    thanks tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • 1 packet was perfect WARNING

    Submitted by Nightowl5 on 23. June 2013 - 12:43.

    1 packet was perfect tmrc_emoticons.)

    WARNING - I put the jam in the jar and closed the lid while it was hot to vacuum seal it like the edc says, and as I turned the jar over, the pressure popped the lid of and boiling hot jam went all over my fingers  tmrc_emoticons.(( spent the next couple of hours soaking them in cold water....

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  • Ok so I am cooking this

    Submitted by Nightowl5 on 22. June 2013 - 20:30.

    Ok so I am cooking this atm.......I read the recipe wrong and only bought 1 pack (50g) jam setter. I couldn't be bothered going back to the shops so though I would try it anyway tmrc_emoticons.~  I'll do extra veroma cooking time and hope for the best tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • My strawberry jam was

    Submitted by Sheltu on 27. January 2013 - 13:45.

    My strawberry jam was perfect, so perfect it's all gone! The local fruit store has punned on sale today for $1 so am getting more to make more jam. Also plums on sale for 60cents a kilo so yumm yumm plum jam here we come!

     

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  • Ok, tried again today and it

    Submitted by Delvene on 25. January 2013 - 19:23.

    Ok, tried again today and it turned out perfect! 

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  • hi Delvene make sure you stir

    Submitted by thermo-envy on 24. January 2013 - 20:38.

    hi Delvene

    make sure you stir the sugar before goes in bowl as i think the pectin can settle on top in packet,i found the plum/nectarine/peach needed less jam setting sugar say 100/400 raw. but berrys of any type need min 150/350.the plum  went really set but it was jummy with cheeese bit like fruit paste so it dident go to waste.If too runny do extra veroma time to thicken,

    good luck

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  • I have had problems getting

    Submitted by Delvene on 24. January 2013 - 19:40.

    I have had problems getting any jam I try to make being too runny so I tried this one. Now I have the oppostie problem, it is thick as anything and very hard to get out of the jar let alone spread. I think I'll try reducing the jam setting sugar amount but i just wondered if anyone else had the same problem? Thanks.

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  • I'm a novice jam maker, but

    Submitted by Jennicus on 15. January 2013 - 11:55.

    I'm a novice jam maker, but having been given a box of nectarines by a friend, I decided to try this recipe (it sounded so easy and claimed to be 'fool proof').  I hadn't heard of Jam Setting Sugar, so I Googled it - it's a CSR product available at the supermarket.  It is so easy and it works - I made it whilst having breakfast and watching a DVD (with a couple of interuptions admittedly)!!  Because the recipe makes a small quantity (500 gms of fruit) it doesn't bubble and splash out of the top of the lid and all over your TM unit, unlike another recipe I tried last week with our home grown cherries!  I've ended up with 2 good sized jars of beautifully coloured delicious jam.  Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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  • Easy, delicious,  can't

    Submitted by Sheltu on 11. January 2013 - 23:44.

    Easy, delicious,  Cooking 10 Cooking 10 can't wait to try it on pancakes! Just made 6 jars strawberry jam! 

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  • I ran out of Jamsetta but had

    Submitted by Frogdancer on 7. January 2013 - 12:49.

    I ran out of Jamsetta but had kilos of plums to turn into jam. This recipe saved me having to go down to the supermarket! 

    Too easy!

    Frogdancer

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