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Lingonberry Jam with Spices Recipe
Delicious jam with spicy notes will be a great addition to a Cup of fragrant tea, and will make a good company cheese or poultry.
Cook Time 90 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 90 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Berries sort and rinse. If you do not really like lingonberry bitterness, you can douse the berry in a colander with boiling water.Cover the cranberries with sugar and leave for 30 minutes to let the juice. If you use frozen berries-cover with sugar and leave until completely defrosted.
    Berries sort and rinse. If you do not really like lingonberry bitterness, you can douse the berry in a colander with boiling water.Cover the cranberries with sugar and leave for 30 minutes to let the juice.
If you use frozen berries-cover with sugar and leave until completely defrosted.
  2. If the juice is very small, pour 50-100 ml of water, so that the sugar does not burn during cooking.
    If the juice is very small, pour 50-100 ml of water, so that the sugar does not burn during cooking.
  3. Add to the cranberries apples, grated on a coarse grater.
    Add to the cranberries apples, grated on a coarse grater.
  4. Put spices. I have instead ground cinnamon used buds (2 PCs. on a third of the ingredients).Put the pan on the fire, bring to a boil and cook for 15 minutes, periodically removing the foam and stirring.
    Put spices. I have instead ground cinnamon used buds (2 PCs. on a third of the ingredients).Put the pan on the fire, bring to a boil and cook for 15 minutes, periodically removing the foam and stirring.
  5. Remove the cinnamon and arrange the jam in sterilized jars, roll up the lids and turn over for 5 minutes. Stored year in a dark cool place. From this number of products it turns out a little more than a liter of jam. You can pack it in small jars and use it as a Christmas present.
    Remove the cinnamon and arrange the jam in sterilized jars, roll up the lids and turn over for 5 minutes.
Stored year in a dark cool place.
From this number of products it turns out a little more than a liter of jam. You can pack it in small jars and use it as a Christmas present.
  6. Enjoy your tea!
    Enjoy your tea!

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