Ingredients for making pear and peach jam
- Pears 400 grams
- Peach 400 grams
- Granulated Sugar 400 grams
- Main ingredients: Peach, Pear, Sugar
- Serving 4 servings
- World Cuisine
Kitchen paper towels, Knife, Cutting board, Heat-resistant glass bowl, Microwave, Submersible blender (or potato masher), Kitchen towel - 2 pieces, Silicone kitchen spatula (or plastic spoon), Saucer, Teaspoon, Half-liter glass jar - 2 pieces, Plastic lid - 2 pieces, Refrigerator, Cookies
Making jam from pears and peaches:
Step 1: prepare pears and peaches.
First of all, we wash pears and peaches under cold running water and dry them with paper kitchen towels to prevent excess fluid.
Then we cut each fruit into 2 halves, remove the stems of pears with a core, and peaches have bones.
After that, peel the fruit from the skin, cutting it with a thin layer, and cut the flesh into cubes and send it into a deep heat-resistant bowl designed for cooking in the microwave.
Step 2: make jam from pears and peaches.
Now, we knead fruit slices with a potato masher (if you like pieces of fruit in jam) or grind it with an immersion blender until smoothie (if you like homogeneous jam).
Next, put the bowl in the microwave, set on the scoreboard - "20 minutes" and turn on the kitchen appliance at full power. After boiling, mix the fruit puree until smooth with a silicone kitchen spatula or a plastic spoon. Cook the jam until the mixture in the bowl decreases by about a quarter.
After the required time, we take out the bowl from the microwave and pour the right amount of sugar into it. We mix the products again until a homogeneous consistency and leave in this form on 10 minutes or until the sugar grains melt completely.
Then put the bowl back in the microwave for 30 minuteswhile reducing the power of the kitchen appliance up to 60 - 80%. Stir the boiling jam periodically, so that the fruit mass is heated evenly and does not stick to the bottom of the bowl.
In 30 minutes we get the jam from the microwave, shift a teaspoon of the fruit mixture on a saucer and allow it to cool.
If after cooling, its structure remains viscous and the boiled mixture does not spread, the jam is ready. We lay it out in clean, sterilized half-liter jars and cool. Then close the jars with tight-fitting lids and put them in the refrigerator.
Step 3: serve the pear and peach jam.
Jam from pears and peaches is served like jam - in special vases, bowls or sockets. Very often it is used for a layer of cakes, cakes or as a complement to other desserts. It is also pleasant to relish this yummy together with cookies, gingerbread, bagels and fragrant, only brewed tea. Enjoy it!
Enjoy your meal!
- If you have purchased too sweet fruits, the amount of sugar can be reduced and lemon juice added to the fruit mixture to taste.
- In the same way you can make jam from other fruits or berries.
- Any preparation should be stored in a clean, sterilized container. For more information on how to prepare the inventory, you can find out by clicking on this link.