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Jam from Green Pears Recipe
I want to offer you to make jam from the winter variety of pears, which break green and ripen in the process of storage. As you know, only whole fruits are suitable for storage, but it happens that when harvesting some fruits can get damaged... Here are damaged go at me in the processing of jam. Very tasty, fragrant and beautiful.
Cook Time 120 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 120 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Pears wash. Cut off all broken or damaged places. Cut out the core. The skin is not cut. After cleaning the pears I have a residue of 1.5 kg... From this number of boil jams.
    Pears wash. Cut off all broken or damaged places. Cut out the core. The skin is not cut. After cleaning the pears I have a residue of 1.5 kg... From this number of boil jams.
  2. Cut pears into small cubes and cover with sugar.
    Cut pears into small cubes and cover with sugar.
  3. On top of the sliced pears pour all the sugar and distribute over the entire surface of the pieces. Leave for 5-6 hours, so that the fruit let the juice. I leave it all night.
    On top of the sliced pears pour all the sugar and distribute over the entire surface of the pieces. Leave for 5-6 hours, so that the fruit let the juice. I leave it all night.
  4. After a while, put the pears on the fire. Boil. Remove the foam in case of its formation, but usually these pears do not give foam.
    After a while, put the pears on the fire. Boil. Remove the foam in case of its formation, but usually these pears do not give foam.
  5. Boil for 5 minutes. Next, let the boiled mass cool for 5-6 hours. I leave until the evening. Thus boil the jam two more times. Each time bring to a boil, boil for 5 minutes and let stand for 5-6 hours.
    Boil for 5 minutes. Next, let the boiled mass cool for 5-6 hours. I leave until the evening. Thus boil the jam two more times. Each time bring to a boil, boil for 5 minutes and let stand for 5-6 hours.
  6. When the jam was boiled for the third time and left to cool down, we will prepare the fillers. Almonds or apricot pits pour boiling water and leave for 10-15 minutes. Then drain the water and clean the nucleoli. Peeled kernels spread on paper towels, so that all the excess moisture is gone!
    When the jam was boiled for the third time and left to cool down, we will prepare the fillers. Almonds or apricot pits pour boiling water and leave for 10-15 minutes. Then drain the water and clean the nucleoli. Peeled kernels spread on paper towels, so that all the excess moisture is gone!
  7. Raisins sorted, washed well and soaked in hot water for 10-15 minutes. After that, the raisins are also spread on a paper towel.
    Raisins sorted, washed well and soaked in hot water for 10-15 minutes. After that, the raisins are also spread on a paper towel.
  8. In the cooled jam add raisins, peeled apricot kernels, vanilla, cinnamon, cloves and Imereti saffron. Stir and put on the fire. Bring to a boil and boil for 5 minutes.
    In the cooled jam add raisins, peeled apricot kernels, vanilla, cinnamon, cloves and Imereti saffron. Stir and put on the fire. Bring to a boil and boil for 5 minutes.
  9. Boiling jam fill sterile jars and roll up sterile lids.
    Boiling jam fill sterile jars and roll up sterile lids.
  10. From this number of ingredients is obtained three gender liter jars. Rolling them turn the lid down, and cover the bottom with a towel. Leave in this position for a couple of hours. Then turn over and leave to cool.
    From this number of ingredients is obtained three gender liter jars. Rolling them turn the lid down, and cover the bottom with a towel. Leave in this position for a couple of hours. Then turn over and leave to cool.
  11. A little fragrant jam remains and with great pleasure you can taste it! Thick syrup to taste and consistency resembles liquid may honey! Nuts, raisins and pieces of pears create a stunning bouquet! Enjoy your autumn-winter tea!
    A little fragrant jam remains and with great pleasure you can taste it! Thick syrup to taste and consistency resembles liquid may honey! Nuts, raisins and pieces of pears create a stunning bouquet! Enjoy your autumn-winter tea!

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