Turkish jam also known as recel ( reçel ) in Turkish, is one of the first foods that come to mind among organic breakfast food products. Prepared with organic methods and are sold all over the Turkey.
Standing out as the first breakfast supplement that will stand out on the local breakfast tables, turkish jam has an extremely nutritious feature. A wonderful taste that comes out with the meticulously picking of fresh seasonal fruits from their branches and meeting with skillful hands! It is definitely recommended for individuals who have kidney failure and are starting a high-calorie diet to gain weight. It is also a food product frequently recommended by dieticians for the treatment of nutritional disorders.
How to Make Turkish Jam?
There are more than one method for making Turkish jam. However, the most important point about the Turkish jam recipe is that the fruits to be used for Turkish jam are grown organically. If the fruits are not organic, it cannot be said that the jam is organic.
To make organic jam, you can use classical jam making with certain frames.
- Do not use sugar or sweeteners in any way.
- Make sure that the fruits you use for organic jam are grown organically.
- Make sure that the juice you will use for organic jam is prepared organically.
- Sterilize the equipment and tools you will use in jam making.
- Stick to temperature ratings and holding times.
Turkish Jam Types
Turkish blackberry jam
Turkish orange jam
Turkish trawberry jam
Turkish quince jam
Turkish cherry jam
Turkish pumpkin jam
Turkish green walnut jam
Turkish Mulberry Jam
Turkish Blueberry Jam
Turkish Apricot Jam
Turkish cranberry jam
Turkish peach jam
Turkish lemon jam