Jams & Jellies


I love making Jams. I enjoy the entire process of cleaning, washing, peeling and  mashing the fruits and cooking jam. It is so therapeutic, so healing. 
All my jams are made from the local and seasonal fruits, with most of the fruits procured from known organic orchards. I don’t use artificial colours, pectin or preservatives. If the containers are properly sterilised before bottling the jams, the jam keeps for years.

Here is my list of my jams…………





10 comments:

  1. Hi Mausi,

    Just saw your blog! In your marmalade recipe, how many jars of marmalade does one get from one batch? Mamma and I love marmalade, and we want to try it out!

    Anjali

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    1. Hi Anjali,
      I got two jars of marmalade(shown in the picture) from the recipe that I have given. Believe me it comes out very well. Bitter sweet with lots and lots of peels! Do let me know how yours came out.
      Love! Namita

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  2. Hi!

    Pls give me a recipe of Apple jam

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  3. Sure Simar, Can I have your e-mail please so that I may mail the recipe to you?

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  4. Hi! Namita,

    How do you sterilize the containers?

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  5. Recipe for Peppadew Jam/Chutney please.

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  6. Hey!

    Need ur help. I want mix fruit jam recipe.. Please help me out. Thank-you!

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    1. Hello, I have not posted the recipe of mixed fruit jam yet. Here is a link for you. You will find this very informative. Take seasonal fruits of your choice.
      here is the link - http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-basic-fruit-jam-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-193560

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  7. Just noticed your blog and a list of homemade jam, jellies. really love them. So inspiring and interesting for a newbie like me.
    Can i have recipe for pears and apple jam. Thanks in advance.

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  8. We can use jaggery instead of sugar ? If use this texture will come?

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