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Gooseberry Jam Recipes
Can you imagine preparing delicious jam at your own kitchen Yes it can be possible provided you can collect some fresh berries from your neighborhood or buy from grocery stores. Watch the video to learn the tips on preparing and preserving the yummy jam. Julie
Drain berries reserve syrup. Crush fruit measure. Add enough reserved syrup to make 5 1 2 cups. In 8 to 10 quart kettle mix fruit sugar peel and ginger. Bring to full rolling boil. Boil hard uncovered 1 minute stir constantly. Stir in pectin. Remove from heat.
Gooseberry Ginger Jam
GETTING READY 1. Rinse top and tail the gooseberries MAKING 2. In a large saucepan add the fruit along with water and finely grated orange rind and juice 3. Bring to a slow boil simmer gently squashing the fruit with a wooden spoon when the fruit is soft add
Gooseberry and Orange Jam
GETTING READY 1. Clean gooseberries from stems and tails wash them. 2. In a food chopper with coarse blades roughly chop gooseberries. MAKING 3. In a large kettle chopped gooseberries with sugar and lemon juice cook with constant until the mixture thickens and
GETTING READY 1. Snip the stem ends from the gooseberries. 2. Place them in a large pan and mix in the sugar. 3. Cover pan and let stand for 12 hours or overnight. 4. Have four 2 lb jars or two 4 lb jars sterilized and ready to pack the jam. MAKING 5. Place
Pick or buy the gooseberries at the green stage before they have ripened or turned colour. Top and tail and wash them and put in a pan with the water. Simmer gently until the fruit is soft this may take 1 2 hr or longer . Then add the sugar and stir over a low
Gooseberry Jam Green Or Red
Wash the gooseberries thoroughly and drain. Remove the stems and crush slightly. Cook over low heat until the gooseberries are soft then add the sugar stirring until dissolved. Cook until the juice sheets from a spoon as for jelly. Pour into hot sterilized
Wash gooseberries and remove stem and blossom ends. Add water and cook until skins are tender. Add sugar and cook quickly until thick. Pour into clean hot jars and seal.