The pear is very easily boiled soft and turns into jam or marmalade. That is why, if you want to save fruit pieces, then it is better not to cut it too small. The most delicious jam is made from pear slices, and we have already collected 12 proven recipes for you!
1. Pear jam slices in syrup
An easy-to-cook option that is also cooked in one go.
You will need: 1 kg of pears, 1 kg of sugar, 2 cups of water, 0.5 tsp. citric acid, 2 pinches of vanilla.
Cooking: Make a smooth syrup from water and sugar. Add citric acid, vanilla and sliced pears. Bring to a boil again and boil the jam to the desired density.
2. Amber pear jam slices
The main thing is not to add water so that the color of the jam turns out to be really amber.
You will need: 1 kg of pears, 1 kg of sugar, 1 tsp. cinnamon.
Cooking: Cut the pears into slices, cover them with sugar and leave for a couple of hours. Bring the workpiece to a boil, add cinnamon and cook the jam over low heat for about 40 minutes. Roll up in sterile jars for the winter.
3. Five-minute jam from pear slices
To prevent the pears from remaining hard, cut them not too thick.
You will need: 1 kg of pears, 1 kg of sugar, 1 glass of water.
Cooking: Cut the pears, add water and sugar, leave for 2 hours and bring to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes and let the workpiece cool. Then boil for another 5 minutes and let cool again. Boil for 5 minutes for the third time and spread the jam in sterile jars.
4. Pear jam with lemon
Pear jam is always quite sweet, so sometimes you want to dilute it with something.
You will need: 800 g pears, 600 g sugar, 1 lemon.
Cooking: Cut the pears into slices and thinly slice the lemon. Sprinkle everything with sugar and leave for a couple of hours. Bring the jam to a boil and boil for 30 minutes over low heat.
5. Pear jam with orange
This time we suggest using orange juice and zest rather than whole fruit.
You will need: 800 g pears, 700 g sugar, 2 oranges.
Cooking: Cut the pears, add sugar and orange juice, and add zest to taste. Bring the workpiece to a boil, boil for 10 minutes and let cool. Then boil the jam again for another 15 minutes and roll it into sterile jars.
6. Pear jam in honey syrup
For those who like sweet things but don’t use white sugar.
You will need: 2 kg of pears, 1 liter of water, 1 glass of honey, 1 tsp. citric acid.
Cooking: Boil water with honey, boil for 2 minutes and add citric acid. Put in sliced pears, bring to a boil again and boil everything until the syrup thickens.
7. Pear jam with cranberries
By the same principle, you can take another sour berry.
You will need: 1.5 kg of pears, 800 g of lingonberries, 1 lemon, 600 ml of water, 1 kg of sugar, spices.
Cooking: Pour lingonberries with water, bring to a boil and boil for 20 minutes. Grind the mass through a sieve and add lemon juice, sugar, spices and sliced \u200b\u200bpears. Bring the jam to a boil and boil over low heat for 30-40 minutes.
8. Jam from pears and apples slices
We recommend choosing pears and apples of approximately the same hardness.
You will need: 600 g pears, 600 g apples, 1 kg sugar, 2 cups water, 1 cinnamon stick.
Cooking: Make a syrup of water and sugar, and add cinnamon. Boil it for a couple of minutes and lay out the sliced \u200b\u200bfruits. Bring to a boil again and boil the jam for another half an hour, stirring occasionally.
9. Pear jam with melon
Add sugar carefully because the jam will be very sweet.
You will need: 1 kg of pears, 400 g of melon pulp, 800 g of sugar, 1 glass of water, 1 lemon, 0.5 tsp. vanillin.
Cooking: Cut the pear and melon into slices, cover them with sugar and leave for a couple of hours. Pour in water, add vanilla and chopped lemon. Bring everything to a boil and boil the jam for half an hour over low heat. Roll up in sterile jars.
10. Pear jam with cranberry and orange
Add a little cinnamon or vanilla if you like.
You will need: 1.5 kg of pears, 800 g of cranberries, 2 oranges, 500 ml of water, 1 kg of sugar.
Cooking: Pour cranberries with water, boil until soft and grind through That. Add sugar and orange juice, and boil the syrup until smooth. Put the pears cut into slices and boil the jam for another 40 minutes over low heat.
11. Pear jam in a slow cooker
If you are not in the mood to stand at the stove – catch the jam recipe for the slow cooker!
You will need: 800 g pears, 100 ml water, 500 g sugar, 1/2 lemon.
Cooking: Cut the pear into slices, and chop the lemon in a blender. Send all the ingredients to the multicooker bowl and leave for a couple of hours. Turn on the “Extinguishing” mode for 45 minutes and wait for the end of the program.
12. Pear and quince jam slices
For an original piquancy, add a piece of ginger root.
You will need: 600 g pears, 600 g quince, 1 lemon, 1 kg sugar, 2 cups water.
Cooking: Peel the pears and quince, cover all the peels with water and add the lemon zest. Add sugar, boil until it dissolves and then another 2-3 minutes. Strain the syrup and boil it again. Add lemon juice and pear slices with quince, boil the jam for another 30-40 minutes over low heat.