Blackberry Jam, Turkish Bogurtlen Receli, 380g-13.40oz
Original Turkish product from Istanbul – Turkey
Turkish sour blackberry jam, produced traditionally.
Made from best quality Turkish blackberries, collected from Anatolia region.
Sends in a sealed & protected jar.
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For rest of the world: 2-4 days
Blackberry Jam Recipe
The blackberries you collect in the last days of summer decorate your breakfast sofas in winter. You can take a look at the blackberry jam recipe we have researched for you to benefit from the benefits of blackberry for your health and to cheer your taste.
Here is the blackberry jam recipe that will never fall off your palate.
- 500 g blackberries
- 500 g sugar
- Half a lemon
How to make blackberry jam?
Blackberry jam is quite simple to make and is a jam recipe that will leave a sweet and sour taste in your mouth. Let’s briefly explain how the jam recipe is made …
First, wash your blackberries thoroughly under cold water and drain. Place the blackberries you have strained into the pan, one row of blackberries and a row of sugar. Leave the blackberries in the pan for 2 hours with the lid closed to release the water of the blackberries you have added powdered sugar.
After the blackberries release the water, leave it to cook in a pot for 20-25 minutes. When your blackberry jam starts to thicken, squeeze half a lemon into it and continue boiling.
After your blackberry jam has a dense consistency, you can fill it into glass jars when the first heat has passed.
Note: Those who love the taste of cloves can add a clove in blackberry jam while it is hot.
When making blackberry jam, it is necessary to pay attention to a number of tricks. Otherwise, your jam may not keep its consistency. Here are the key points to consider when making blackberry jam…
Since blackberry fruit is a sour fruit, you should be careful to keep the sugar content at the same rate as blackberries.
In order for your jam to have a thicker consistency, you must squeeze half a lemon into it while it is boiling.
How should blackberry jam be stored?
You should keep the blackberry jam in glass jars for 3 or 4 months in a cool place.