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Mixed Berry Jam


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Ingredients

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  • 250 g strawberries hulled
  • 1 Lemon Juiced
  • 500 g raspberries
  • 750 g sugar
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Recipe's preparation

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    • Place strawberries in Thermomix bowl and press turbo button once

    • Add 250g sugar and lemon juice and mix 5 secondsreverse speed 4

    • Rest in bowl 30 minutes to allow juice and pectin to be released.

    • Add raspberries and balance of sugar.

    • Place rice basket over hole in lid to prevent splashing and allow evaporation to take place.

    • Cook 5 minutes, 90C, reverse speed 2. Then 10 minutes, 100C, reverse speed 2

    • Continue cooking 10 minutes, Varoma. speed 2

    • A small grape size knob of butter added at this point will prevent jam boiling over and scum forming.

    • Check to ensure that setting point has been reached by placing a teaspoon of jam onto the cold saucer from the freezer. If setting point has not been reached continue to heat a further 2-3 minutes Varoma temperature

    • When setting point has been reached rest for 5 minutes.

    • Pour into sterilised jars and seal immediately, as the jam cools a vacuum seal will form.
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  • Thanks Alice for the excellent instructions. I'm...

    Submitted by Lee_Call on 19. December 2019 - 19:19.

    Thanks Alice for the excellent instructions. I'm really happy with the result!

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  • Best recipe ever !!!!!!

    Submitted by oliver222 on 26. March 2017 - 00:41.

    Best recipe ever !!!!!!

    Vania Cuffe
    Thermomix Consultant
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  • OMG!! This was so easy to

    Submitted by Carol Millington on 19. July 2016 - 16:11.

    OMG!! This was so easy to make. I used 250gm frozen raspberries and 500gms frozen mixed berries. I added the raspberries to thermomix bowl with lemon juice and mixed 5 sec/Sp 4. Left it for half an hour or so and then followed the rest of the recipe. I am taking this to our Thermomix Spectacular this week to share with everyone there. Absolutely delicious. Adding that small knob of butter is a great trick. Thank you.

     

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  • Omg easiest recipe & so

    Submitted by J975 on 13. December 2015 - 16:37.

    Omg easiest recipe & so yummy! 

    Thanks so much for posting. I have never made jam ever  but did this recipe with fresh picked raspberries (instead of strawberries) & Logan berries & boysenberries (for 500rms). It is delicious & set perfectly. Watch it doesn't boil over though & pop in the small amount of butter if it does as it will stop it from boiling over straight away.  

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  • Very nice I made mine with

    Submitted by wendyroo on 7. December 2015 - 14:39.

    Very nice I made mine with frozen berries from out of my garden. A mixture of young berries and logan berries. Turned out really good. Wasn't sure at first. it seemed a bit runny. When cold it had thickened up nicely. Had to cook an extra 5 minutes on veroma. Will be using this recipe all the time now. The best part is no stirring. Highly recommend.

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  • berry jam - Yum yum yum. Used

    Submitted by Kelly247 on 29. November 2014 - 13:32.

    berry jam - Yum yum yum. Used raw sugar so milled first, also used half strawberries and half frozen mixed berries

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  • fabulous! loved this recipe!

    Submitted by susichilli on 7. November 2013 - 12:57.

    fabulous! loved this recipe! I used a mix of fruit, blackberries,strawberries,and ruhbarb.... nom nom 

    thank you for shareing.!

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  • :This jam was delicious about

    Submitted by Emma Barnatt on 10. July 2013 - 11:57.

    :This jam was delicious about to make our second batch, so yummy.  Thanks for sharing receipe.

     

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  • Lovely jam. I made this with

    Submitted by JustMe on 10. December 2012 - 19:32.

    Lovely jam. I made this with strawberries and mixed berries, both frozen. It took slightly longer to reach setting point, but well worth the extra time  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Wondering if I could use this

    Submitted by XylinaS on 8. November 2012 - 10:46.

    Wondering if I could use this for mulberries?

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  • This looks delicious Alice. 

    Submitted by JKK06 on 11. September 2012 - 17:53.

    This looks delicious Alice.  Can you use frozen berries? 

    tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Nothing suggests Summer to a

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 15. January 2012 - 01:51.

    Nothing suggests Summer to a Tasmanian better than the smell of raspberry or strawberry jam - and here you get two for the price of one!  I love your carefully organised instructions, Alice, and I especially appreciate the little tip about the knob of butter to stop the jam boiling over.  Even in the Thermomix you worry about overflows if there's too much in the jug.  Your instructions and amounts protect us from worrying exeriences and we are grateful indeed for a recipe tested by someone as experienced as you are.  Thank you very much for sharing and congratulations on a lovely recipe.

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