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Jelly from Dried Apricots Recipe
This recipe from the series "As in kindergarten" is as simple and delicious as a recipe for dried rose hip jelly. But, in addition, it is also beautiful, useful and inexpensive.
Cook Time 150 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 150 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Wash the dried apricots, cut them into strips and put them in a pan. Pour boiling water, cover with a lid and insist for two hours. If the dried apricots are fresh and soft, then you can do less) Remove the dried apricots from the infusion, carefully chop them with a blender until smooth and return the resulting puree back to the pan. Add sugar, citric acid and mix well. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat to low and cook for 10-15 minutes.
    Wash the dried apricots, cut them into strips and put them in a pan. Pour boiling water, cover with a lid and insist for two hours. If the dried apricots are fresh and soft, then you can do less)
Remove the dried apricots from the infusion, carefully chop them with a blender until smooth and return the resulting puree back to the pan. Add sugar, citric acid and mix well. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat to low and cook for 10-15 minutes.
  2. Continuously stirring, pour in a thin stream of starch, diluted in a glass of cold boiled water. After waiting for it to boil, remove from the heat, cover with a lid and cool at room temperature. Let me remind you: if you do not cover the pot with a lid, an unpleasant starch film forms on the surface of the jelly.
    Continuously stirring, pour in a thin stream of starch, diluted in a glass of cold boiled water. After waiting for it to boil, remove from the heat, cover with a lid and cool at room temperature.
Let me remind you: if you do not cover the pot with a lid, an unpleasant starch film forms on the surface of the jelly.

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