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Blackcurrant jam in a slow cooker


Ingredients for making blackcurrant jam in a slow cooker

  1. Black currant 1 kilogram
  2. Sugar 1.5 kilograms
  • Main ingredients Blackcurrant
  • World Cuisine

Inventory:

Slow cooker, ladle, colander, sterile jars with lids, pot holders.

Cooking blackcurrant jam in a slow cooker:

Step 1: prepare the berries.


Sort blackcurrant, taking aside the spoiled berries, twigs, leaves and other vegetable debris, pour the remaining in a colander and rinse with warm water. Then leave the berries for a while on weight, so that excess moisture from the glass.

Step 2: prepare blackcurrant jam in a slow cooker.


Put the prepared blackcurrant into the multicooker bowl and fill it with the right amount of sugar. Moreover, if your berries themselves are sweet, then the amount of sugar can be slightly reduced.
Turn on mode quenching and set the timer on 1.5-2 hours. Thanks to this mode, the jam will not boil too much and will boil as it should. Close the lid of the multicooker and go do your own thing, the device will do the rest for you.

After the specified time, when the slow cooker cheerfully informs you that the blackcurrant jam is ready, immediately proceed to its preparation for the winter.

Step 3: we prepare blackcurrant jam.


To keep blackcurrant jam well throughout the winter, pour it into clean, sterilized jars and tightly close them with the same clean and sterile lids. When the jam in the jars has cooled to room temperature, it can be removed in a dark, cool place with other preparations.

Step 4: serve blackcurrant jam.


Blackcurrant jam is a very healthy and sweet winter dessert, it’s great to drink tea and cook pastries with it. There is nothing better than natural products, they are both healthier and tastier, which is why you should not neglect blanks. Especially when you consider that it takes so little effort to cook them.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- It is also possible to sterilize glass jars in a multicooker. To do this, pour about 1 liter of water into the appliance bowl, place a steam basket on top and place the container with its neck down. Turn the appliance into steaming mode and sterilize the jars for 5-10 minutes depending on their size.

- Always prepare jam in small jars, so after opening the blanks will not take up much space in the refrigerator.

- When washing cans, I prefer ordinary baking soda, rather than modern dishwashing detergents.