Fresh Fruit Jam
Jam means the product prepared from sound, ripe, fresh, dehydrated, frozen or previously packed fruits including fruit juices, fruit pulp, fruit juice concentrate or dry fruit by boiling its pieces or pulp or puree with nutritive sweeteners namely sugar, dextrose, invert sugar or liquid glucose to a suitable consistency. It may also contain fruit pieces and any other ingredients suitable to the products. It may be prepared from any of the suitable fruits, singly or in combination. It shall have the flavour of the original fruit(s) and shall be free from burnt or objectionable flavours and crystallization.
Roodin Group factories produce different types of jams, such as plum, cherry, carrot, fruit mix, pear, orange peel, strawberry and sour cherry jam.
We also make marmalades of these delicious fruits.
Fruit jam recipe
- Put 1 pound fruit (pitted and chopped if necessary) in a medium saucepan over medium heat.
- After a minute or so, add 1/4 cup sugar (or to taste), seasonings to taste and 2 tablespoons juice, vinegar or whatever liquid you prefer.
- Adjust the heat so the mixture bubbles steadily, using higher heat if the mixture looks too soupy; lower the heat if it seems dry. Cook, stirring occasionally until the mixture is thick — 10 to 30 minutes. Cool completely and refrigerate; it will thicken more as it cools.
- Store in the refrigerator, where it will keep for at least a week. If necessary, remove any seasonings (like lemon-grass stalks) before serving.
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