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The recipe is French and pretty tasty. Here it comes.
First, get your ingredients together on your kitchen table or worktop.
These are the ingredients:
Ingredients:
1.2 kilo apples
1 kilo sugar
1 sachet of pectin powder ( 8 grammes) - ( brand Tate and Lyle or other make ).
1 packet of vanilla sugar
2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon
1 Big bowl of water with the juice of 1 lemon squeezed into it.
4 clean jam pots with screw-on lids
1 Big pan ( so the jam can boil but cannot boil over )
1 Wooden spoon.
Scales.
Oventray.

Step 1: Prepare your apples.

Quarter the apples, peel and core them, then chuck every apple quarter into the bowl with water and lemon juice.
This will keep the apples white/ green/ yellow (so they don't get brown and horrible ).
Once you have cored and peeled and quatered all the apples , stage 2 is getting all the apple quarters thinly sliced, then in thinly cubed.Think 1 x 1 mm !
<p>good</p>
<p>Very nicely presented and detailed recipe. I wonder how to make sugar free strawberry jam. I found it on http://www.bookhut.net/diet-strawberry-jam/ . Tried it and found it owesome.</p>
<p>Hi,</p><p>Either I am a great jam maker or this jam albeit with a little variation is fantastic ! My version I call &quot;Stairway Jam&quot;, this is because one of the apples I found was going off inside so discarded it, not having any more apples in at the time I decided to substitute with Pears, I used three small to medium to make up for the one apple so in tribute to the Cockneys ....Apples and Pears.....Stairs. Again I had no Vanilla Sugar so I used 2 teaspoons of Vanilla Essence and a couple of extra spoons of sugar, the result was fantastic, and oh so simple. Sweet and yummy with a hint of Christmas spice with the Cinnamon, a must make again jam, thanks ever so much I'm hooked, this was my very first attempt at making Jam though I have made Crab Apple Jelly twice before,(last two months) this is the sum total of my jam making experience, can't wait to try another recipe. Malcolm.</p>
<p>Hi,</p><p>Either I am a great jam maker or this jam albeit with a little variation is fantastic ! My version I call &quot;Stairway Jam&quot;, this is because one of the apples I found was going off inside so discarded it, not having any more apples in at the time I decided to substitute with Pears, I used three small to medium to make up for the one apple so in tribute to the Cockneys ....Apples and Pears.....Stairs. Again I had no Vanilla Sugar so I used 2 teaspoons of Vanilla Essence and a couple of extra spoons of sugar, the result was fantastic, and oh so simple. Sweet and yummy with a hint of Christmas spice with the Cinnamon, a must make again jam, thanks ever so much I'm hooked, this was my very first attempt at making Jam though I have made Crab Apple Jelly twice before,(last two months) this is the sum total of my jam making experience, can't wait to try another recipe. Malcolm.</p>
<p>Hi,</p><p>I prepared the apple jam and it taste very good with light brown texture. The apple jam has a little sour taste. Is sour taste for this apple jam? I thought this apple jam taste sweet. I want to know if the recipe taste sour? </p>
Dearest Bea,<br><br>I thought I left you a comment but with ALL your publicity this week in so many magazines and here, it's hard to keep up with it! Sorry for having overlooked this... <br>You know I've previously done this the very same way, in a water-bath in the oven for five minutes. Now I turn the jars upside down for five minutes, to remove the air and than let them cool down just standing 'normal'. That works too. <br>Anyway, I've learned that such great tasting jams never make it for long on the shelves!<br>Great visual steps again and knowing you, it has to be GOOD!<br><br>Love to you,<br><br>Mariette's Back to Basics

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