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Berry-Good Three Minute Raspberry Jam Recipe

01/09/2015 (Last Updated: 11/05/2018)

Raspberry Jam Recipe - Stir the jam gently but consistency while cooking.

There’s nothing like a delicious jam to sweeten up our days, and we just happened to stumble across a truly glorious  homemade raspberry jam recipe that we can’t wait to share with you! 

Big thanks to Helga from Memmingen in Germany for teaching us this very special formula, passed down to her from her grandmother.

Raspberry Jam Recipe - We loooove the rosy red raspberries.

The secret to this tried and tested recipe is the inclusion of red currant juice, which is an excellent source of pectin. It’s a great way to bolster the naturally occurring pectin in the raspberry seeds.

Why is this important?

Well, pectin is the like the knight in a jam’s shining armour, allowing you to cook the fruit for a much shorter amount of time.

Raspberry Jam Recipe - A boiling batch of jammy goodness.

But why does that matter?

Well, it only results in such goodly benefits as: a much fresher, tastier flavour; a silkier gel texture; and a brighter colour. Not only that, but less cooking time means more jam for your jars, since you’re not spending all that time boiling the juicy goodness away.

Raspberry Jam Recipe - Make sure you pour slowly so you don't spill a drop of that delicious jam.

In less time than it took us to write this, the pot of delicious homegrown raspberries, jam sugar and cranberry juice was transformed into eight little pots of gold, err, raspberry goodness.

Raspberry Jam Recipe - Pouring out the piping hot jam into the last of the jam jars.

After pouring in the piping hot liquid, Helga quickly turned over the jars onto their lids to seal in all the deliciousness (and preserve the jam from any bad stuff). Once cooled they were popped down into the cool dry cellar where they’ll last for ages. 

Well, as long as the Wandercooks aren’t around that is!

Raspberry Jam Recipe - Pop your jars upside down to cool, sealing in the good stuff and sealing out the bad.

Lucky for us, Helga surprised us with a little extra pot just for us, complete with our names and all. 

Needless to say we polished that one off rather quickly; it was especially good when added to our quick oats in the morning for a burst of raspberry flavour to sweeten things up a bit.

Raspberry Jam Recipe - All labelled and ready to eat.

So tell us, what’s your flavour? Which fruit will you choose to make your favourite jam? 

Enjoy!

Raspberry Jam Recipe - Stir the jam gently but consistency while cooking.

Raspberry Jam

Spread the love with this delicious homemade raspberry jam recipe, which you can make in just three minutes. Your toast will never be the same again.
Author: Wandercooks

Ingredients

  • 1 kg raspberries
  • 500 g jam sugar
  • 250 ml red currant juice

Instructions

  • Add all ingredients to a large saucepan and bring to the boil.
  • Boil for three minutes, stirring gently but constantly, then immediately remove from the heat.
  • Pour the jam into clean jam jars and seal up tight. Be careful not to burn yourself on the hot jam!
  • Turn the jars upside down on a heat proof surface and allow to cool, then turn upright and store in a cool dry environment.

Notes

For the longest shelf life store the unopened jars in a cool dry environment such as a cellar. Opened jars should be kept in the fridge.
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Editors note: We’re a tad ashamed to admit that we definitely finished our beloved jar of jam much quicker than it took us to write this too.

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