Raspberry, strawberry and currant jam. 6 best jam recipes

Harvest sweets for the winter

Summer is in full swing. Now getting a charge of vitamins and nutrients is very simple. Berries and fruits, vegetables and herbs are present in large quantities in the diet. But you should not forget about preparations for the winter. Agree, it will be much more pleasant to warm yourself with a cup of fragrant tea in the cold winter winter with your favorite jam.

There are a lot of jam recipes, and each housewife has her own secrets in this regard. sb.by collected the best jam recipes from wild and domestic berries. With a little effort and a little time, you can provide a tasty supply for the winter to yourself and your loved ones.

Raspberry jam

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• Raspberries - 1 kg

• Sugar - 1 kg

• Water - 1/4 cup


1. To sort the berry and sweat.

2. Pour a little water into the container and gradually stir to add sugar.

3. You should get a thick sugar syrup. Add more water if necessary.

4. Pour raspberries into syrup, turn off the stove. Remove the foam. Now stir until completely cooled on the stove.

5. Cool and pour into banks.

It is cooked very quickly, so raspberries are obtained almost like fresh.

Strawberry jam

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• Strawberry - 1 kg

• Sugar - 1 kg

• Water - ½ cup


1. To sort strawberries, separating the stems with the cups.

2. Cook the syrup, remove from heat and dip the berries in the syrup. Shake the dishes carefully so that the berries are immersed in syrup, and cook over low heat until cooked.

3. If the strawberries are very juicy, you need to put them on a dish before cooking, cover with half the amount of sugar taken for cooking, and put in a cool place for 5-6 hours. After this, drain the resulting juice, add the remaining sugar into it and boil the syrup without adding water.

Blueberry jam

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• Blueberries - 1 kg

• Sugar - 1 kg 


1. Put blueberries in a pan, heat, gradually pour sugar. Cook until tender.

2. Wash cans, warm in a microwave until the droplets dry.

3. Put the jam in jars.

Cranberry Jam

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• Cranberries - 1 kg

• Apple - 1 kg

• Walnuts - 130 g

• Honey - 3 kg

• Sugar - 2.5 kg

1. Put the washed and washed cranberries in a pan, pour 1/2 cup of water and cook under the lid until the berries are soft; after that, knead the berries and rub through a hair sieve.

2. Boil honey in a jam bowl, put mashed cranberries in it, peeled apples and sliced apples, walnuts peeled and cook for about an hour.

3. This jam can be prepared on sugar. To do this, add a glass of water to sugar, boil the syrup, and otherwise do the same as when cooking jam with honey.

Lingonberry jam

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• Lingonberry - 1 kg

• Honey - 500 g


1. Put the picked cowberries in a bowl, pour boiling water, mix, immediately drop onto a sieve and let it drain.

2. Then put lingonberries in a bowl for jam, add sugar, add 1/2 cup of water (or pour honey), put a slice of cinnamon, 3 pieces of cloves or a little lemon zest and cook until cooked.

3. Pour the hot jam from the basin into a bowl and, when it cools down, transfer to a glass jar, cover with parchment paper and tie. Store in a cool dry place.

Blackcurrant jam

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• Blackcurrant - 1 kg

• Sugar - 1 kg

• Water - 150 ml

1. Rinse the peeled blackcurrant berries and pour them into a pan or bowl with a non-stick bottom. Pour sugar and pour water. Heat all the ingredients, mixing with each other.

2. Stew from boiling for about 5-6 minutes until the sugar crystals dissolve completely, and then distribute the jam in dry, heated cans with a ladle, twisting them with hot lids.

3. Turn each jar of liquid currant jam upside down and let it cool in this position, and then hide it in the pantry.