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Peach Butter


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  • 1000 grams peaches, chopped, stone removed
  • 100 grams water
  • 200 g sugar
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
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  2. Place all ingredients into TM bowl, Speed 10, 30sec,


    Cook 30 min, 100C, speed 3.  MC off and place simmer basket on to prevent splashing.


    To test if ready Use a spoon: if the butter remains rounded on a spoon for 2 minutes, it is done.  If not cook another 10min, 100C, speed 3


    Bottle in sterised jars and seal.


     


     

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  • I have had my thermomix exactly 1 week. For us...

    Submitted by Chinadoll1 on 11. February 2018 - 15:32.

    I have had my thermomix exactly 1 week. For us newbies who haven't read the comments under each recipe, would you please change the name of this peach stuff as it definitely is not butter. Thankyou

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  • Tastes lovely - but very

    Submitted by Angela humphry on 9. February 2015 - 11:46.

    Tastes lovely - but very runny! Used extra lemon juice and cooked it for extra 10 mins, but still runny. Must depend on the variety of peaches 

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  • Thanks anyway, I still have a

    Submitted by Ramedot on 9. February 2015 - 10:37.

    Thanks anyway, I still have a tonne of peaches so maybe third time lucky tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • Don't know what is happening

    Submitted by Wendy Clearwater on 9. February 2015 - 10:21.

    Don't know what is happening with your peach butter.  I make it all the time and it's not a really think butter but it is thick enough to have on toast.  I like to use Golden Queen peaches as they are a lovely colour.

    Makes a great flavouring for Yoghurt 

    Sorry I cant help you

    Wendy Clearwater


    Consultant NZ

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  • I've made this twice now,

    Submitted by Ramedot on 9. February 2015 - 09:55.

    I've made this twice now, first time was really runny so I told the kids to use it as topping on their icecream.  The second batch I cooked for 20 mins longer and added jam setta but it still turned out to runny to really spread like jam or anything, have to use for topping again. 

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  • Yes use it like jam. The

    Submitted by Wendy Clearwater on 7. February 2015 - 20:58.

    Yes use it like jam. The flavour in really intense.
    I also use it to flavour my yogurt

    Wendy Clearwater


    Consultant NZ

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  • Ingredients looks good &

    Submitted by Angela humphry on 7. February 2015 - 20:33.

    Ingredients looks good & looks easy - but what do u use it for? Is it like jam? Thx

     

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  • Awesome, I was hoping you'd

    Submitted by Ramedot on 2. February 2015 - 13:55.

    Awesome, I was hoping you'd say that Big Smile   Thanks so much for that, gonna try it out tonight.

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  • No don't need to peel them. 

    Submitted by Wendy Clearwater on 2. February 2015 - 12:47.

    No don't need to peel them. 

    Wendy Clearwater


    Consultant NZ

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  • Hi, Just wodering if the

    Submitted by Ramedot on 2. February 2015 - 12:39.

    Hi, Just wodering if the peaches need to be peeled first for this recipe?

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  • This certainly tastes ike

    Submitted by Rnjwegg on 20. January 2015 - 16:40.

    This certainly tastes ike peaches and I'm glad there wasn't too much sugar. Mine seems a bit runny but I'm hoping mine will set a bit more yet as I've just made it! Big Smile

    Thanks, Wendy.

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  • Sorry, it doesn't mean

    Submitted by Wendy Clearwater on 21. December 2014 - 19:48.

    Sorry, it doesn't mean anything was in the box when I put the recipe on. It should have deleted it. 

    Wendy Clearwater


    Consultant NZ

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  • What does "describe the

    Submitted by lbernay on 21. December 2014 - 19:08.

    What does "describe the preparation steps of your recipe" mean above? Has the authorforgotten to fill in this blank? Does anyone know what this step should be?

    Thanks

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