- 250 grams strawberries
- 125 grams Blackberries
- 125 grams raspberries
- 1 apple, (see tips)
- 1-2 tablespoons lemon juice, (approximately half a lemon)
- 150 grams caster sugar
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Core apple and chop roughly (leave skin on). Add to bowl
Hull strawberries and chop roughly. Add to bowl. Add remaining berries to bowl
Add lemon juice and sugar to bowl
Place simmering basket on lid to reduce splatter
Cook 25 minutes, Varoma temp, speed 1.5
Check how well jam is set by placing 1 tsp of jam on a plate and putting it in the freezer for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, if you run your finger through the jam, it should stay separate. If too runny, cook at varoma for 5 minutes - repeat until correct consistency is reached.
I used a combination of Strawberries, Blackberries and Raspberries. Due to the fruits used, there were quite a few seeds, but I don't mind it that way!
If the berries have not broken down by the time the cooking is over, place MC on, and slowly increase the speed to 4 for 5 seconds or as long as needed.
Mixed Berry Jam
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If you add the sugar last, you shouldn't get problems with the jam catching on the bottom of the bowl.
Granny Smith or Pink Lady apples work well. Others may also work, but I haven't tried them. If you try another variety, be sure to let everyone know how it worked in the comments!
This quantity makes just under 1 standard jam jar (mine 3/4 filled a Cottee's 500g jam jar)
This recipe is an amalgamation of a number of recipes, however the method comes from Tenina's recipe (//tenina.com/recipes/strawberry-vanilla-jam). Thanks Tenina!
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