MULBERRY JAM

Hello. So how is your preparation for Christmas and New Year going on? Christmas time means cake aroma spreads through the house. Couple of weeks back I visited my cousin for lunch. She is wonderful lady who has awesome terrace farming and garden. She gave me a packet full of mulberries.

Did you know berries are very good for you. They are packed with anti-oxidants. They are great sources of fibre and very good to maintain healthy digestive system.

4I decided to divide it into three. One of the parts was to make mulberry jam. It is so awesome that you can just lick the jam from the pan itself. Well myself and my son did just that. 🙂

3INGREDIENTS:

Ripe Mulberries – 1 cup

Water – 1/2 cup

Sugar – 1/4 cup (I don’t like to use too much sugar. You may add if required)

Lemon Juice – 2 tblspn

2INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Take washed mulberries in a pan with water and sugar and cook it.
  2. Once cooked, switch off the flame and let it cool down.
  3. Take it in a blender and blend it.
  4. Pour it back in the pan and switch on the flame.
  5. Keep mixing it on low flame and till it becomes thick.
  6. Switch off the flame and pour in the lemon juice and mix well.
  7. Let it cool down completely. Store it in cleaned air-tight glass jar.

Finger-licking mulberry jam is ready. Use this jam for your toast, pancakes, rotis, etc.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. I am new to your blog – great going. Mulberries always brings back fond memories of childhood. Well, as of now I cant remember the last time I saw them!! I love making jams at home too – comes handy for the lazy mornings and you know what goes into them!!

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    1. yeleena says:

      Thank You. Yeah I too had it in my childhood and then it somehow vanished. So when my cousin offered me this I could not resist.

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