20.05.2020
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Recipe information
Cooking:
15 min.
Complexity:
Easy
Calorie content:
1294.8
Carbohydrates:
330.5
Fats:
0.12
Squirrels:
8.88
Water:
787.94

Ingredients

Title Value
1. Orange 900 Column
2. Sugar 220 Column
3. Pectin 40 Column

Cooking

1. Stage

Rinse the oranges well in warm water, thinly cut the zest, and then a white layer. After cutting the oranges into pieces, removing the bones and partitions.

1. Stage. Rinse the oranges well in warm water, thinly cut the zest, and then a white layer. After cutting the oranges into pieces, removing the bones and partitions.

2. Stage

Mix the slices of orange with zest of 2 oranges and beat in a mashed blender.

1. Stage. Mix the slices of orange with zest of 2 oranges and beat in a mashed blender.

3. Stage

Put the mashed potatoes in a pan with a thick bottom, put on fire and when the mass is warm, add pectin. Stir constantly to a boil.

1. Stage. Put the mashed potatoes in a pan with a thick bottom, put on fire and when the mass is warm, add pectin. Stir constantly to a boil.

4. Stage

Add sugar and cook for 5 minutes without stopping stirring. Pour the finished jam into sterile jars and twist.

1. Stage. Add sugar and cook for 5 minutes without stopping stirring. Pour the finished jam into sterile jars and twist.

5. Stage

Bon Appetit!!!

6. Stage

Quick orange jam turns out to be moderately sweet, not sugary, tender and quite thick. Cooking really fast, this jam is perfect for baking, making desserts, it’s still very cool to add this jam for marinating meat. Rinse the oranges well before use, and it is best to rinse with boiling water to accurately wash away all the dirt. The remaining zest of oranges can be dried, grated and then used in baking.