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Orange Jam Recipe
This fragrant, sweet and delicious confiture will be a great addition to a Cup of tea, and it can be spread out in small jars and used as a Christmas gift.
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Oranges carefully wash and cut into half rings (together with the peel!). It is best to take oranges with a thick skin, candied fruits from them are tastier.
    Oranges carefully wash and cut into half rings (together with the peel!).
It is best to take oranges with a thick skin, candied fruits from them are tastier.
  2. Bones in the process to remove, but not to throw away!
    Bones in the process to remove, but not to throw away!
  3. Weigh the pan in which you will cook the jam, and record its weight. Fold the sliced oranges into a saucepan, cover with cold water, fold the bones into cheesecloth and add to the oranges. Leave it all overnight (or for 12 hours).
    Weigh the pan in which you will cook the jam, and record its weight.
Fold the sliced oranges into a saucepan, cover with cold water, fold the bones into cheesecloth and add to the oranges. Leave it all overnight (or for 12 hours).
  4. Then put the pan on the fire, bring the contents to a boil and cook over medium heat for 40 minutes, then leave for a day.
    Then put the pan on the fire, bring the contents to a boil and cook over medium heat for 40 minutes, then leave for a day.
  5. Remove the bones from the pan. Weigh the pan with oranges and water, subtract the weight of the pan and add just as much sugar as its contents weigh.
    Remove the bones from the pan.
Weigh the pan with oranges and water, subtract the weight of the pan and add just as much sugar as its contents weigh.
  6. Return the pan to the heat, bring the future jam to a boil and cook again for 40 minutes. It should thicken. If not, you still have to boil the oranges for a bit.
    Return the pan to the heat, bring the future jam to a boil and cook again for 40 minutes. It should thicken. If not, you still have to boil the oranges for a bit.
  7. Arrange the orange slices in jars and pour the syrup. In sterilized jars of jam will be stored for a year or more (in a dark cool place). I have not tested it in practice, because we eat it for a couple of months.
    Arrange the orange slices in jars and pour the syrup.
In sterilized jars of jam will be stored for a year or more (in a dark cool place). I have not tested it in practice, because we eat it for a couple of months.
  8. Enjoy your tea!
    Enjoy your tea!

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