I love jam, but not the very sweet ones. Sometimes you buy jam and if you taste it with closed eyes you don't know what kind of jam it is....

In Europe and America it is easy to find fresh fruits and berries, but here in Asia these are imported goods. You can find Mangoes, Papayas, Lychees and more, but I don't like these as jam.

The imported fruits are expensive and most often tasteless as they arrive unripe. I do not make jam with those, they do not taste at all.

Freezer jam is an easy way of making jam without using so much sugar. The fruits and berries taste much more, but this is not a jam you can keep for long.

Step 1:

For 4-6 Jars:
1 kg frozen or fresh Raspberries
approx. 400 g Sugar

There are two kinds of Pectin, powder or liquid. I used Pomona's, please check the label on how much you need to use and how to prepare it! Mix it very well with the water, either by hand or even with the blender!
This looks really good and easy! I guess this would work with any fruit?
I believe so, but I only tried Raspberries, as they are easily available frozen here.
Great photos!
Thank you!
This is very interesting. You are right in that some jams has not fruit taste, especially cheap ones.
I agree. And in some jams they add color and artificial taste...
It looks so good! I love homemade jam! Thanks for your hard work and have a splendorous day! <br>sunshiine
Thank you very much, have a wonderful day too!

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