1 kg Blueberries
500 g Sugar
From half a lemon Lemon juice
Get a jar and get ready. One of the most fragrant homemade jams in on the way. Fresh blueberries turning into smooth deliciousness. Simple to make, yet rich in color, flavor and vitamins. Soo Tasty with Soo Foodies!
- You may prepare other types of jam following these steps
- Soaking time is not fixed. You may compensate with longer boiling after
- You may replace lemon juice with citric acid, for example. In general, their role is as conservant in the process
Turn the heat on the stove and bring the mixture to boiling point. Reduce heat and let the jam simmer for about 2 hours or until it thickens. Stir slowly from time to time to prevent burning at the bottom of the saucepan. Remove foam occasionally.
When thickened, withdraw from the hot plate. Pour the lemon juice and slightly stir with wooden spoon. Make a test if the jam is ready by putting a tiny drop on a porcelain plate. Lean the plate and if it remains intact, jam is ready.