How to make Red Fruit Jam (No Pectin) - Easy Marmalade Recipe
The origin of the jam was in the European continent, at the time of Ancient Greece, where they cooked Quince with Honey. Its name "jam" (marmalade) comes from the Portuguese "marmelada" which means "quince sweet". On the other hand, it was only in the 17th century that it began to be made massively in Scotland and its name became very popular throughout Europe, but in Portugal they continue to call it quince sweet. Here we present the preparation of a delicious recipe for red fruit jam in an easy and fast way.
Keywords: Quince sweet, homemade red fruit jam, red fruit jam without pectin
Preparation Time: 45M
- 200 gr of Chopped Raspberry.
- 200 gr of Chopped Blackberry.
- 200 gr of Chopped Blueberries.
- 400 gr of sugar.
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice.
- In a non-stick pot over low heat place the blackberries, raspberries and blueberries.
- Add the sugar, the tablespoon of lemon juice and cook for 45 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes until thickened.
- When it has a thick consistency, turn off the heat and let stand until cool.
- Enjoy and preserve the jam in a glass jar with a lid.