Just the way my grandma makes it! A little advice: you can store the jam in any jar you got but make sure that you put the glass and the lids in boiling water to get all germs off. Place them on clean kicthen toweles upside down and make sure that you don’t touch the inside of jar or lid, otheriwse you’ll most likley end up with mold in your jam. Once the jam is in the glass, screw the lid on and place them upside down for about ten minuts. This way the jam will stay good for months and you don’t have to freeze it. Small jars with a cute red&white piece of cloth around the lid make great gifts!
Way easy and delicious. Of course, it depends a LOT on the quality of the strawberries. Because this is SO easy to prepare I make it fresh every time I need some. Sometimes I add a little bit of diluted cornstarch to help thicken it up.
Mine messed up…it never got thick enough to spread like jelly. It had wonderful flavor and it was probably my fault it never got thick. I still can spread it on a bagel for me but probably wont be putting in a pb and j for the little one..it will prob. run out. Anyway…I plan on giving this one another try!
This is soooo good! It was really easy, especially using a food processor. The biggest thing was being patient while it is boiling and keep stiring. Also, be careful while it is boiling because it bubbles really high, fast. I got splattered a little and it hurt! I had never made jam before this and wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I made it last night and this morning it was ready. I’ve never been a jam/jelly eater, but my husband and son love peanut butter & jam sandwiches. Store jams taste pretty crappy compared to the homeade stuff!
This recipe is so easy and produces such a great product! Perfect consistency. Although it was a bit too sweet for my taste, my boyfriend LOVED it. I used fresh picked (exceptionally sweet) strawberries however, so that likely affected the sweetness. All in all, this recipe is a keeper!
Super easy. My first try came out the consistency of smooth jam. Not solid jam but not syrup either. But either way, I’m thinking whether jam or syrup this will be great no matter what. Took advice of other reviews and used 3 c of sugar instead of 4. Had peaches not strawberries so took a risk but this is great stuff!
Just finished making this Jam very easy and taste great I just brought it to a boil and stir I also did the plate test at about 15 minutes and again at 20 minutes. I only used 3 cups of sugar. Thanks for the recipe yummy
2 cups strawberries, hulled and sliced
½ cup granulated sugar.
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