Jam - Five Minute Blueberry

Ingredients for Making Jam - Five Minute Blueberry

  1. Blueberries (sorted) 1 kilogram
  2. Sugar 1 kilogram 200 grams
  • Main ingredients: Blueberry, Sugar
  • Serving 5 servings
  • World Cuisine


Half-liter glass jar - 5 pieces, Metal screw cover - 5 pieces, Deep bowl, Colander, Deep aluminum pan (capacity 4 liters), Stove, Wooden kitchen spatula (spoon), Skimmer, Watering can with a wide neck, Ladle, Kitchen towel - 2 - 3 pieces, Tongs for conservation, Woolen blanket, Rosette or creme

Cooking jam - five minutes from blueberries:

Step 1: prepare the inventory.

In order for any preparation to be stored for a long time and please you throughout the winter with its pleasant taste, first of all, it is necessary to properly prepare all the inventory with which the whole preservation process will be carried out. And for starters, we wash all kitchen appliances under warm running water with the addition of any detergent that contains a minimum of chemicals, and it is better to use ordinary baking soda for this purpose, it will wash off any dirt.
Then, small equipment should be poured with steep boiling water, and the lids and containers in which the workpiece will be stored must be sterilized in any convenient way, for example, in a microwave, oven or kettle.

Step 2: prepare the blueberries.

After we install on the kitchen table sterilized jars and a bowl with sterilized lids. Then we proceed to the preparation of blueberries, drop the berries into a colander and wash them under a thin stream of cold running water from dust and any other contaminants. Leave the berries in a colander on 10 - 15 minutesso that the remaining liquid drains and transfer them to a deep aluminum pan with a thick bottom.

Step 3: Cook the jam.

We fill in the blueberries with 1 kilogram 200 grams of granulated sugar and put the container on the stove, included in a very small level. We arm ourselves with a wooden kitchen spatula and continuously mix the berries with sugar until the sugar grains are completely dissolved and the berry juice is isolated. When this happens, increase the temperature of the stove to an average level. After boiling cook blueberry jam 5 minutes, periodically removing foam from its surface using a slotted spoon. Then turn off the stove and immediately proceed to the next step.

Step 4: preserve the jam.

Alternately, we install on a sterilized jar a clean wide-necked watering can and pour hot blueberry jam on them, helping ourselves with a ladle. Then using forceps for preservation, cover each jar hot screw cap and tighten them tightly with a kitchen towel.

After we turn the containers with the workpiece upside down and check if air bubbles come from under the covers, if any, re-tighten the cans more tightly so that there is no air. We put the cans with preservation on the floor, cover with an old woolen blanket and cool the workpiece for 12 days without sudden changes in temperature. After a while we put the cooled jam in a cool, well-ventilated place, for example, in a pantry, cellar or basement.

Step 5: serve jam - five minutes from blueberries.

Jam - five minutes of blueberries served at room temperature, it is served in bowls, sockets or special vases for jam and served with freshly brewed tea of ​​any kind for dessert. Also very often this yummy is used for interlayers of cakes, pies, as a filling for pies, rolls, as an addition to fruit sauces or desserts in the form of ice cream. Rice pudding is poured with this jam, fruit or berry jellies are made, sugar syrups are cooked from it or savored with fresh bread and butter. Enjoy it!
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- This type of jam is stored in a cool, well-ventilated place for 9 months at the same time, without losing its nutritional and vitamin properties.

- If you increase the amount of sugar by 500 grams and boil the jam for 40 minutes then you will get blueberry jelly.

- Instead of screw caps, you can use regular metal caps for conservation with rubber bands.

- Sometimes sugar syrup is boiled from sugar, poured with a hot mass of berries, boiled for 5 minutes and then canned.

- If you purchased very sweet berries, then during the cooking of jam, you can add 1/2 teaspoon of citric acid to the aromatic mass.