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Nectarine jam with ginger

Nectarine jam with ginger

I try this jam for the first time and the idea came to me after I tried the nectarines in a cake. They were excellent and so is the jam.

  • 1.5 kg of nectarines washed and peeled
  • 500 gr sugar
  • 1 Gelfix 2: 1
  • 1/2 teaspoon ginger

Servings: 1

Preparation time: less than 60 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Nectarine jam with ginger:

The nectarines are passed through the robot.

The contents of the gelfix sachet are mixed with two tablespoons of sugar and ginger.

Place on top of the nectarines and set on fire.

Stir often and take the foam that forms.

After it starts to boil, set it aside and add the rest of the sugar.

Put it back on the fire and after it starts to boil, leave it for only another minute.

Put in sterilized jars and turn the jars upside down.


Rhubarb jam & # 8211 simple recipe or with ginger and vanilla

Rhubarb jam & # 8211 simple recipe or with ginger and vanilla. How to make rhubarb, revent or rhubarb jam? How to clean rhubarb and how to cook it? Homemade natural jam recipes. Recipes with rhubarb, rhubarb or revent.

This rhubarb jam is sweet-sour, flavorful and is perfect to be eaten on buttered bread or as a topping for desserts. The aromas of ginger and vanilla give a special note to this delicate homemade sweetness. Rhubarb goes well with strawberries and often makes jam combined with the two.

Dex says that RHUBARB is a herbaceous vegetable plant, with a tall stem, large leaves and dark purple flowers, used in food and medicine. It is also called rhubarb or revent (source). In our country, in Arad, it is also called rhubarb, probably because those who brought rhubarb to the market in the past (40-50 years ago) were Hungarian women and Swabians (Hungarian rebarbara, German Rhabarber).

We also had rhubarb in the garden, my mother sometimes even soured the soup with it. It is a plant with large leaves and from which only the stem is consumed. It is basically cleaned of a thin layer of bark, but if the stem is very young, the bark can also be eaten. Rhubarb contains oxalic acid especially in the leaves. That is why they are not consumed. There is a little oxalic acid in the bark of the stem, the amount increasing as it ages. But then it also becomes fibrous and we will have to clean it anyway. Oxalic acid is also present in sorrel and from it comes the sour taste of these plants.

From these quantities results a jar of 400 ml of rhubarb jam.


& # 8211 6-8 nectarines, 1 egg + 1 egg yolk, 250 g butter, 150 g + 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 sachet vanilla sugar, 400 g flour, 1 sachet baking powder, 60 g oatmeal, 1 teaspoon baking powder ginger, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 100 g walnuts, salt

Mix the flour with a pinch of salt, baking powder, sugar and vanilla sugar. Add the cold butter cut into pieces, the lemon juice and knead with your hands until smooth. Put aside 1/3 of the dough that you mix with the egg yolk, oatmeal until smooth. Mix the rest of the dough with 1 egg and ginger powder until smooth. Wrap each dough in cling film and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Coarsely chop the walnuts. Wash the nectarines well, remove the seeds, cut into pieces and mix with 1 tablespoon of sugar. Line a tray (22 & # 21530 cm) with baking paper and roll out the ginger dough. Cover the surface with nectarines and 2/3 nuts.

Cover the surface with the broken dough, the pieces over which we sprinkle the rest of the nuts.

Put in the preheated oven, over medium heat, for about 35 minutes. Cool in the pan. We remove the paper being careful not to break the cake and place it on a plate. We portion and serve. What was not consumed I kept in the fridge for 2 days.


Pineapple jam with ginger

2. Weigh the pineapple, cut it and put it in a food processor, along with lemon juice and ginger, Mix until a creamy paste is formed.

3. Pour the pineapple puree into a pot and bring to a boil, then simmer for 15 minutes on low heat, or until the pineapple has softened.

4. Take the pot off the heat and weigh the sugar making sure it weighs the same as the pineapple weighed earlier. Add the sugar and stir continuously until it dissolves.

5. Put the pot back on the heat and simmer for 5-6 minutes, stirring constantly.

6. When you think the pineapple jam has set, turn off the heat. Put a tablespoon of jam on the plate in the freezer. Leave it for a few minutes to see if it starts to settle. Put your finger on the composition: if a fine pojghita has formed, then it is ready, if not, bring it back to the boil for another 2 minutes. Test the pineapple jam each time and continue cooking, if necessary.

7. Let the pineapple jam with ginger cool for 15 minutes, then pour it into warm, sterilized jars, filling them as much as you can. Seal them well. Allow them to cool completely, then store them in a dark and cool place.

Tips. The jam can be stored for up to 3 months in a cool, dark place. Once the jar is opened, keep the jam in the refrigerator.

1 large pineapple, peeled and without spine
juice from a lemon
2 tablespoons ginger freshly shaved
1 kg of sugar with pectin


The night before, put in a special pot for jam, zucchini pulp grated with sugar and leave overnight. It can also be made with diced zucchini.

The next day it is boiled for about approx. 35-45 minutes on low heat, stirring periodically, as the composition tends to stick to the bottom of the pot. Mix with a wooden spoon. Lemon juice is put about the end of cooking.

The cooking time differs depending on the water content of the fruit. When the jam takes on the appearance of a fluid paste, it is ready. You can mix it, but it is more interesting left naturally.

They can be seasoned to your choice with grated ginger or vanilla.


Pour the warm jam into the sterilized jar beforehand, and keep it that way over the winter. The taste is special - unspeakably sweet - and the texture is refreshing!

Zucchini jam can be seasoned with other fruits such as strawberries, raspberries, kiwi. pineapple keeping the taste and color of these fruits.


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I washed the quinces very well to remove the fluff from them.
I then cut them into 4 and removed the back and the wood.
I cut them into thin slices or cubes. It doesn't need to be as small as it is for jam.
I put lemon juice on them.

I put the quinces in a pot and I put enough cold water to cover them, I put the cinnamon stick.

I put the pot on the fire. After the first boil, let it boil for 8-10 minutes.

I stopped the fire and slipped them. We kept the juice because we will need it. The quinces together with the sugar and 400 ml of the preserved juice, I put them back to boil over low heat.


If you think you need more sugar, you can add more.
Also, if it thickens a lot, you can add more juice.
Quinces have a lot of pectin and the jam will thicken a lot after it cools down.
I cooked for another 35 minutes. I checked to see if it was tight enough, putting a little jam on a saucer kept in the freezer.
If consistency suits you, you can stop the fire. 10 minutes before it was ready, I blended the remaining pieces with a vertical blender.
At the end I added the grated ginger.
I then put the jam in clean, dry jars.

So that the jars would not break when I put the hot jam, I put them on a metal plate. I then covered the jars with a blanket and left them until the next day, after which I stored them in the pantry.


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The origin and history of ginger

It is native to South and Central Asia. It is grown in India, Indonesia, China, Japan, Australia, South America and Nigeria. For several years, ginger has also experienced a renaissance as a medicinal plant. It is extremely popular as a flavoring in drinks of all kinds and is often drunk with lemon in hot water.

Ginger goes well with basil, cardamom, chilli, coriander, cubeb pepper, cumin, tarragon, garlic, nutmeg, cloves, oregano, rosemary, thyme and cinnamon.


Ginger and its medicinal benefits

Relieves digestive pain

  • Ginger is ideal for treating gastritis, ulcers and diarrhea.
  • It provides protection to the stomach.

Fights sore throats

  • Ginger is an incredible product when it comes to fighting infections and inflammations in the throat.
  • For example, if you are used to participating in activities that require you to sing often, it is advisable to eat a little ginger before the show to strengthen your voice.

Ginger and medicinal benefits - remedy nausea and vomiting

  • Pregnant women are advised to use ginger to prevent nausea and vomiting.
  • If you are in the first few months of pregnancy, always try to have a little ginger at hand.
  • One option is to make ginger tea. Thus, the next nausea attack will not take you by surprise.

Now that you have discovered ginger and its medicinal benefits, we are sure you want to know how you can include this ingredient in your diet. Read on and opt for your favorite recipe.


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