Perm red currant jam

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Perm red currant jam


1 tbsp. = 250 ml
Currant berries 5 tbsp.
Sugar 6 tbsp.
Water 1 tbsp.

Cooking method

Jam is made in several steps, first berries are added to boiling water in portions, and then sugar is added in portions as well.
Pour water into a saucepan for making jam, place it on the stove with a set medium heat and bring the water to a boil.
Pour 1 glass of currants into boiled water, and stirring gently, wait until the berry gives off juice and softens.
When the berries release the juice, add the next glass of berries to the pan, and also, gently stirring, wait until the new portion of the berries gives off the juice and softens.
Continue cooking, following the sequence and sequence of actions, until all the berries are added to the pan. Take your time, this technology allows you to preserve the beautiful color and aroma of the finished jam.
After all the berries have already given up their juice, it is time to add sugar. Pour 1 cup of sugar into a saucepan for the berry and stir quickly until the sugar is completely dissolved. There should be no sugar grains on the spoon.
Add another glass of sugar and stir. Then continue the sequence of actions until you run out of sugar.
After the last portion of sugar has dissolved into the jam, remove the pan from the heat and pour the jam into prepared (sterilized) jars for further storage.


According to the recipe "Currant jam from great-grandmother", published o_lein on the site of A. Skripkina.
A source: 🔗.
Thanks to the author!
I have known this wonderful recipe for a long time. I really like not only the taste, but also the color, aroma and consistency of the finished jam. Taste characteristics were highly appreciated not only by relatives, but also by friends and acquaintances.

Does the taste change during storage?
moleka, no, it does not change. Have not noticed.

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