We all know from childhood how useful raspberries are and how tasty they are. But its season is so fleeting that you want to stock up for future use. Familiar feeling? Then catch 20 raspberry jam recipes for every taste!
1. Classic raspberry jam
The aftertaste of raspberry jam is simply impossible to confuse with something else!
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 500 g sugar.
Cooking: Sprinkle raspberries with sugar, leave for several hours, bring to a boil, boil for 5 minutes and let cool. Boil and cool the jam at least twice more, and roll it up at the end.
2. Raspberry jam with lemon
Lemon juice makes the jam taste brighter, and the aroma more expressive.
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 800 g sugar, 3 tbsp. lemon juice.
Cooking: Pour raspberries with lemon juice, add sugar and gently beat everything with an immersion blender. Boil the jam for 10 minutes after boiling and roll up.
3. Raspberry jam without sugar
The most useful and low-calorie recipe for raspberry jam for the winter.
You will need: 2 kg raspberries.
Cooking: Fill jars with raspberries and place them in a large pot on a towel. Pour water into a saucepan and boil the berry in a water bath until it drowns in its own juice. Close the jars immediately with lids.
4. Raspberry jam with whole berries
Keeping raspberries whole is difficult, but possible!
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 1 kg sugar.
Cooking: Pour the sugar with a little water and bring the syrup to a boil. Pour it into the raspberries and leave for 3 hours, then carefully drain the syrup and boil over medium heat. Put the berries in it again, boil for another 7 minutes and pour the jam into jars.
5. Raspberry jam with honey
An interesting recipe for sweet raspberry jam, but without sugar.
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 1 kg honey.
Cooking: Put some raspberries in sterilized jars, fill with honey and seal. Continue like this layer by layer to the very top, and roll up the workpiece.
6. Raspberry jam without cooking
The recipe is especially for those who do not want to spend time and effort on the stove.
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 800 g sugar.
Cooking: Sprinkle raspberries with sugar, leave for half an hour, and then mash with a crush. Arrange the jam in sterilized jars and close the lids.
7. Grated raspberry jam
This blank can not only be rolled into jars, but simply frozen in the refrigerator.
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 1 kg sugar.
Cooking: Add sugar to the raspberries and grind with a blender or just mash with a fork. Mix the mass well for several minutes and put it in jars.
8. Thick raspberry jam with gelatin
Agar-agar and pectin are also used to thicken.
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 1 kg sugar, 50 g gelatin.
Cooking: Sprinkle raspberries with sugar, leave for an hour and bring to a boil. Dilute the gelatin with water according to the instructions and add to the slightly cooled jam. Boil again and roll into jars.
9. Raspberry and strawberry jam
Double dose of vitamins and unforgettable taste!
You will need: 500 g raspberries, 500 g strawberries, 700 g sugar.
Cooking: Coarsely chop the strawberries, add raspberries to it, sprinkle with sugar and leave overnight. Bring the jam to a boil, remove from heat, cool and boil again, and then immediately spread it into jars.
10. Raspberry and banana jam
Definitely one of your favorite jams!
You will need: 1 kg of raspberries, 1 kg of sugar, 500 g of bananas, 0.5 cups of water.
Cooking: Add sliced bananas to raspberries, sprinkle with sugar, add water and bring to a boil. Let the jam cool completely, boil again. Remove the foam, mix well and put in jars.
11. Raspberry and currant jam
Good alternative to frozen berries.
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 1 kg currants, 1 kg sugar.
Cooking: Separately, add half of the sugar to the raspberries, and the second to the currants. Leave them for 4 hours, stirring occasionally. Bring the currants to a boil, boil for a couple of minutes and add m alina. Bring to a boil again, boil for another 5 minutes and roll up.
12. Raspberry and cherry jam
Thanks to the syrup, the berry perfectly retains its rich color.
You will need: 600 g raspberries, 600 g cherries, 1 kg sugar, 700 ml water.
Cooking: Pour sugar with water, bring to a boil and boil until the crystals dissolve. Remove from the stove, dip the raspberries and pitted cherries into the syrup, leave for 4 hours, boil for 5 minutes and let cool again. Boil the jam again, cook until thick and roll up.
13. Raspberry and orange jam
Citruses amazingly complement raspberry jam.
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 1 orange, 500 g sugar, 30 ml balsamic vinegar.
Cooking: Pour raspberries with sugar, leave for half an hour, bring to a boil and boil for 7 minutes. Add fully peeled orange slices, zest, vinegar, and boil for another 5 minutes. Pour jam into jars.
14. Raspberry jam with mint
Just a couple of sprigs of mint, but they give the jam a delicious freshness!
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 750 g sugar, 4 sprigs of mint.
Cooking: Cover the raspberries with sugar at night, and in the morning add mint leaves and bring to a boil. Boil over low heat for 5 minutes, cool, repeat the process twice more and roll up.
15. Raspberry and blueberry jam
Pledge of fine health and good mood in the winter.
You will need: 500 g raspberries, 500 g blueberries, 1 kg sugar.
Cooking: Pour raspberries and blueberries with sugar, mix and leave for 2 hours. Bring to a boil over medium heat and simmer for 40 minutes, stirring occasionally. Immediately pour the jam into jars.
16. Raspberry and blackberry jam
No one in the house will remain indifferent to this jam!
You will need: 300 g raspberries, 300 g blackberries, 400 g sugar.
Cooking: Sprinkle raspberries and blackberries with sugar and immediately put on a small fire. Bring to a boil and simmer everything together for about 15 minutes, stirring gently. Let the jam cool, boil for another 15 minutes and pour into jars.
17. Raspberry and pumpkin jam
An original recipe that few people have tried. And in vain!
You will need: 1 kg of raspberries, 1 kg of pumpkin, 2 kg of sugar, 0.5 cups of water.
Cooking: Pour the raspberries with water and boil for 5 minutes under the lid. Grind through a colander, add half the sugar and boil the syrup for another 10 minutes. Rub the pumpkin on a coarse grater, mix with the remaining sugar and bring to a boil. Leave everything to infuse overnight, and then mix the raspberry syrup with pumpkin, boil for another 10 minutes and roll up.
18. Raspberry jam with thyme
Magnificent thick confiture with an unusual aroma of herbs.
You will need: 500 g raspberries, 400 g sugar, 15 g pectin, 2 tbsp. lemon juice, fresh thyme.
Cooking: Mix raspberries with sugar and bring to a boil over medium heat. Add pectin, lemon juice and thyme sprigs, boil for a couple more minutes and roll up.
19. Raspberry and lingonberry jam
Add some cinnamon, zest or chopped nuts to taste.
You will need: 1 kg raspberries, 1 kg cranberries, 1 kg sugar.
Cooking: Grind raspberries and lingonberries in a blender or grind in any convenient way. Add sugar and boil the mass until thick, and then immediately roll up.
20. Raspberry jam with nuts
Walnuts or almonds chopped in a blender are best suited.
You will need: 800 g raspberries, 400 g sugar, 70 g nuts.
Cooking: Sprinkle raspberries with sugar, leave for an hour, bring to a boil and simmer for 20 minutes over low heat. In the middle of the process, add chopped nuts and mix. Roll jam into jars.