For many people, making homemade strawberry jams and jellies conjures up reminiscences of grandmother in the kitchen getting ready bushels of fruit, stirring and straining, and sterilizing jars. Nothing could be easier. Nothing tastes better than freshly picked strawberries. The key to making jams in small batches. Do now not double the recipe. The jam will not install. This jam continues in the fridge for up to a few weeks. But, we’ve never been able to keep it around that long! It’s also tremendous as an ice cream topping.
Try this quick and clean strawberry jam recipe along with your children. It makes a tremendous Mother’s Day present for family and friends. And, in case you’re lucky, they’ll even save a few for you.
1-pint strawberries, hulled and sliced
2-tablespoons fruit pectin
½- teaspoon butter
2-eight-ounce jelly jars
Directions for strawberry jam
- In a medium-sized bowl, weigh down the strawberries with a potato masher for making strawberry jam.
- In a skillet, integrate the crushed strawberries, pectin, and butter.
- Stirring continuously, cook dinner over medium-excessive heat, till the combination boils.
- Add the sugar and bring to a boil. Boil for 1 minute and get rid of the heat.
- Pour the jam into the jar’s seal.
- Refrigerate until the jam is set for about 6 hours.
- Keep jam refrigerated.
- It will preserve for up to a few weeks.
Strawberry Jam is a delicious spread that can be used on toast, crackers, or even straight from the jar. This recipe One of our favorite things to do in the summer is making jam. It’s a delicious way to use up all of those ripe strawberries, and it makes the house smell amazing. Strawberry Jam is a delicious spread that can be used on toast, crackers, or even straight from the jar. This recipe is easy to follow, and the results are sure to please. We would love to hear your thoughts on this recipe. We also love to know if you have any favorite recipes for strawberry jam. Share them with us in the comments below, and please let us know what you think.