Cherry Jam

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Total time: 45 min



A very fine yam mass is obtained from sour cherry or black cherry or from a mixture of the two in equal parts, or likewise only 1/4 sweet cherry to three quarters sour cherry. In the case of sweet cherries and the mixture, 1/2 kg of sugar is used for 1 kg of stoned cherries, and 3/4 kg of sugar is used for 1 kg of sour cherry fruit. The rest of the procedure is the same as for plum jam.

[and that is: thicken half of the cherries, boil the other half and make the juice into jelly with the sugar, then mix the two masses, finish, fill into jars. Sb] Very popular, because very fine in taste, are also mixed jams, e.g.

Apple-raspberry jam, apple-gooseberry or currant jam, apple-blackberry jam, apple-raspberry-strawberry or raspberry-strawberry-black cherry jam and others, similar to jams.

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