Apricot jam with blackberries! Have you tried? Come on in!
I love crushed strawberries and sugar. I make this strawberry jam without cooking every year. It is unmatched by the fact that strawberries are stored until spring in the refrigerator and it is tested for years. Fragrant, healthy and very tasty. Recommend!
Very tasty is obtained. And most importantly fast and helpful.
Unusually fragrant jam with a little bitterness and light lemon notes. This jam will not only warm long winter evenings, but also help to strengthen the immune system, cure colds. In addition, this “medicine” is very like children.
Hello, friends! I offer You a recipe for a delicious and fragrant strawberry jam for the winter!
Wonderful, thick, fragrant jam with condensed milk in two versions – one milk another chocolate. A great addition to pancakes, pancakes, for a layer of cakes and pie fillings, and just a Cup of tea to drink a cold evening, enjoying the pear-caramel flavor.
The taste of this twist resembles not the fruit toffees, not the condensed milk with pear flavor. Hence the name. The recipe I got not tested, and for this reason, to be honest, I was preparing this sweetness with some caution. As haven’t done this before, he had prepared himself mentally for any outcome. But you know, it turned out very well, and for the sweet tooth-a godsend! I think that on cold winter evenings with tea everything will go with a Bang!
This marmalade can be prepared from any fruit and berries that contain a lot of gelling agents. Such for example as apples, black currants. And since it’s time to drain, I made it out of them.
Fragrant, delicious orange marmalade! Your kids will love it.
Marmalade from the word “marmalade” – a kind of thick jam, which is traditionally prepared in Spain from quince, and in France and some other countries-from oranges. I offer you a version of quince, orange and ginger. Turns out marmalade is thick, aromatic and very warming due to the ginger. Perfect for flavoring pastries, sauces, and just tea in the chilly autumn weather.