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PUMPKIN JAM


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JAM

  • 1000 g Jap Pumpkin
  • 800 g raw sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
  • 6 whole cloves
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Recipe's preparation

    JAM
  1. Cut up pumpkin into cubes.
    Put pumpkin into a stainless steel bowl and cover with all the sugar, let sit for 1-2 hours (this will drain some moisture out of the pumpkin).
    Place pumpkin and sugar and the rest of ingredients into the TM bowl.
    Total cooking time is 1.5hrs - Cook for 60mins, 100 degrees speed 1 - with MC off (to avoid splatter, place the TM basket ontop of lid).Once it has cooked for 60mins, you then need to add another 20 mins, 100 degrees speed 1, then set for another 10mins/varoma/speed1. 

    When ready, poor jam into steralized jars, seal jars tightly with lids and immediately flip jars upside down and leave for 30-40 mins.
    Flip the jar back over and put your finger in the middle, if it pops, the jar is not sealed, flip the jar back over until it is sealed. 

    Spread on toast or biscuits and enjoy tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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 "CHIQUI'S DULCE DE ZAPALLO" is named after my mum xx

Pumpkin Jam is a Uruguayan recipe. My mother use to make it when I was a young girl and I remember it taking hours and hours to prepare, it was always worth the wait though. 
I love the fact that I dont have to spend the whole day at home to prepare this beautiful jam. 

 


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  • Oh my gosh! I had an excess of pumpkin and was...

    Submitted by Shonnyq on 13. June 2018 - 19:58.

    Oh my gosh! I had an excess of pumpkin and was looking for recipes to use it up when I come across this recipe. Holy moly, it's the best jam I have ever tasted. It's also great with a cheese platter (use it like a quince paste). Winner winner!

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  • Doubled the recipe and it was

    Submitted by PamGK on 4. July 2016 - 19:37.

    Doubled the recipe and it was great.  I added about 5 cardamon pods as well.

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  • Nice consistency and so easy!

    Submitted by zephyr137 on 13. September 2015 - 11:37.

    Nice consistency and so easy!  If you're into pumpkin and cloves, you'll love this!!  tmrc_emoticons.)  One batch filled 4 old jam jars (Bonne Maman 370g jars).

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  • Hi KarleyB, I tipped all the

    Submitted by zephyr137 on 13. September 2015 - 11:34.

    Hi KarleyB, I tipped all the pumpkin and the water/juice into the bowl in step 2 - no draining.  For the first hour and a quarter of cooking I thought it was never going to reduce and set!  But thankfully it came together nicely in the end!!  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Can you please tell me if I

    Submitted by KarleyB on 6. January 2014 - 18:08.

    Can you please tell me if I need to add the water from the sugared pumpkin into the bowl as well in step 2? Or do I need to drain it?

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  • Nice jam thankyou! I made

    Submitted by Babblingapril on 16. September 2013 - 14:38.

    Nice jam thankyou! I made three batches and tried adding four teaspoons of powdered ginger in the third batch but couldn't really taste it - so will try fresh ginger next time. 

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