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Marmalade from Jam Recipe
Why buy marmalade" tasteful " strawberries, if just half an hour you can cook a delicious natural marmalade from strawberries (and not only), with just jam and a little agar-agar? Want to know how? Come and see the results of my culinary experiments.
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In order to prepare a delicious marmalade good consistency, I had to remember the math. And the math here is simple. Knowing that agar agar when diluted with a liquid of 1 to 20 (1:20) gives a hard jelly, you can easily calculate the proportions of the ingredients. It turns out that 5 g agar (and a tablespoon without top) need 100 g of liquid. At the same time, the best taste and structure of marmalade I got at a ratio of 60 g of jam + 40 g of water. Thus: for every 5 g (tablespoon) of agar we take 40 g of water and 60 g of jam. Of course, this amount is very small, it will turn out only 3-4 jellies, but you can easily increase the number of ingredients at least 10 times.
    In order to prepare a delicious marmalade good consistency, I had to remember the math. And the math here is simple. Knowing that agar agar when diluted with a liquid of 1 to 20 (1:20) gives a hard jelly, you can easily calculate the proportions of the ingredients.
It turns out that 5 g agar (and a tablespoon without top) need 100 g of liquid. At the same time, the best taste and structure of marmalade I got at a ratio of 60 g of jam + 40 g of water.
Thus: for every 5 g (tablespoon) of agar we take 40 g of water and 60 g of jam. Of course, this amount is very small, it will turn out only 3-4 jellies, but you can easily increase the number of ingredients at least 10 times.
  2. So, measure the right amount of agar, cold water and jam. Agar-agar fill with water. You can leave for 30 minutes for swelling, but I usually heat the agar immediately, always get a good gel.
    So, measure the right amount of agar, cold water and jam. Agar-agar fill with water. You can leave for 30 minutes for swelling, but I usually heat the agar immediately, always get a good gel.
  3. On a small fire, bring the mixture to a boil while stirring. It will thicken and turn into a gel. The gel need to boil 1-2 minutes so that the agar is fully dissolved. The main thing is to see that the gel is not burnt.
    On a small fire, bring the mixture to a boil while stirring. It will thicken and turn into a gel. The gel need to boil 1-2 minutes so that the agar is fully dissolved. The main thing is to see that the gel is not burnt.
  4. Add jam to the boiling gel. Carefully stir and cook for another 2 minutes with constant stirring, so that the gel is well distributed throughout the marmalade mass.
    Add jam to the boiling gel. Carefully stir and cook for another 2 minutes with constant stirring, so that the gel is well distributed throughout the marmalade mass.
  5. Remove the marmalade from the fire. Wait until it stops boiling, and pour into molds. It is very convenient to use silicone molds for ice or candy. You can also pour one layer of marmalade into the mold, and then, after cooling, cut it into pieces. Products with agar solidifies at 40 degrees Celsius. At room temperature, the marmalade will harden in about half an hour. In the fridge for a few minutes. If the marmalade is frozen before you have time to bottle, simply re-heat the mass to dissolve.
    Remove the marmalade from the fire. Wait until it stops boiling, and pour into molds. It is very convenient to use silicone molds for ice or candy. You can also pour one layer of marmalade into the mold, and then, after cooling, cut it into pieces. Products with agar solidifies at 40 degrees Celsius. At room temperature, the marmalade will harden in about half an hour. In the fridge for a few minutes. If the marmalade is frozen before you have time to bottle, simply re-heat the mass to dissolve.
  6. Frozen marmalade can roll in the sugar. Real sugar can be a little dry, and then will need to re-obscurity marmalade. From any jam turns out very tasty marmalade. I liked strawberry and blueberry best. My husband-raspberry and currant, and the kids quickly brought all sea buckthorn ))) Now plans for the near future apricot and orange.
    Frozen marmalade can roll in the sugar. Real sugar can be a little dry, and then will need to re-obscurity marmalade. From any jam turns out very tasty marmalade. I liked strawberry and blueberry best. My husband-raspberry and currant, and the kids quickly brought all sea buckthorn ))) Now plans for the near future apricot and orange.

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