Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Raspberry Jam

After trying out blackberry jam and discovering how tasty a home made jam can taste. My next attempt was to make raspberry jam and this jam sure is a home runner for it's taste, texture & ease to make this jam.


1/2 cup - Mashed Raspberry ( 6 oz yields 1/2 cup mashed berry)
1 - Grated Apple ( red delicious apple )
3/4 cup - Sugar


1 ) To a saucepan, add mashed raspberry, grated apple and sugar. On a medium high heat, stir and cook for 10 minutes. Ingredients will cook together and a bit of foaming layer can be seen forming. Lower the heat to medium and cook till thick bubbles start forming. Cook till the jam reaches a semi-liquid consistency. Turn off the stove.

2 ) After the jam cools down a bit and when still warm pour the jam into sterilized glass jars. In the glass jar the jam will settle down and thicken up even more, when it has completely cooled down.

3 ) Store in the refrigerator after completely cooling down.

Spread jam on a bread and serve.

Check out Blackberry jam and see some detailed pictures.

Note : If you prefer your jam a bit less sweeter, you can reduce the sugar to 1/2 cup.


Anonymous said...

wow!!!.... It came out very well praveena.Perfect jam and cool picture.It make me licking from picture.

Laavanya said...

Looks really good. I have some frozen raspberries and apples.. Hope to try this.

Prajusha said...

wow...this looks yummy yummy.Mouthwatering pics.

Vcuisine said...

The color is inviting Praveena. Viji

Lissie said...

the picture looks so inviting... i love raspberry jam!

Happy cook said...

Super delicious looking jam.
Woudn't mind it on my morning toast.

Sia said...

u r surely on a jam making mission pravs:) lovely shot!

Asha said...

Beautiful pics Pravs! I can see the seeds too, yum!:))

Padma said...

NIce looking Jam, Pravs...nice photos too!

Mishmash ! said...

hey one doubt...does it have the tartness of the raspberries?

Mishmash ! said...

Forgot to say this...the new template is really relaxing and refreshing...gives a totally new attractive look :)


Richa said...

lovely color n texture!

Madhu said...

Home made is always the best. Like the idea of using Apple, very clever. Presentation is lovely as always.

Seena said...

So simple look for site, now! Jam looks good..

remya said...

Wow!!!perfect jam...looks divine...colourful pic...

Kribha said...

wow...love the color. Looks like a simple recipe. Have bookmarked to try it.

Sharmi said...

the jam looks decadent! very vibrant color and yummicious.

Mocha said...

Is making Jam this easy? I never even used to read any recipe with words preserve, jam, jelly thinking it would be complicated. Now Smuckers is going to have one less customer. Thanks to you I am entering the world Jam making pretty soon.

Anh said...

I agree with you, home-made jam is always the best! Love the color of ur jam!

Pravs said...

Laavanya : Frozen will work fine.
It's a good jam to try.

Prajusha : It's indeed yummy jam :)

Viji : yes, i loved the color and taste.

Lissie : then you should be trying out this recipe.

Happy cook : Okay, try this recipe and have with toast :D

Sia : I couldn't help myself, after discovering how tasty homemade jam can be and most of all how easy it is to make it.

Asha : I liked the seeds in the jam...but seeds can be filtered out, if someone doesn't like the seeds.

Padma : Thanks :D

Mishmash : Oh yeah, it does have the tartness and that makes it even better in taste. Thanks.. i was waiting for someone to comment on how the new template looks.

Richa : Thanks :D

Madhu : Thanks :D Apple has natural pectin so acts as a perservative.

Seena : Thanks, glad to know you
like the new simple look :D

Remya : thanks :D

Kribha : do try and let me know.

Sharmi : Thanks :D

Mocha : cool :D let me know your experience after you try making the jam.

Anh : Thanks :D

Superchef said...


Pooja V said...

Looks good n delicious. the color n texture are good too.