Large and fragrant Victoria berries seem to be created for harvesting all possible and impossible types. Jam is especially good from Victoria. Collected as many as 20 recipes for you!
1. Classic Victoria Jam
Depending on the desired thickness, add a little water during cooking.
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 1 kg sugar.
Preparation: Add sugar to the berry and leave it for a couple of hours or overnight. Bring it to a boil, boil it for 5 minutes, let it cool, and boil it twice more in the same way. After the third cooking, pour the hot jam into the jars.
2. Victoria jam with whole berries
Choose firm berries of the same size.
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 900 g sugar, 1 tsp. citric acid.
Preparation: Add half the sugar to the berry and refrigerate overnight. Gently drain the juice, add the remaining sugar and citric acid to it, and boil it for 15 minutes. Put the berries in it, boil for another 10 minutes and roll up.
3. Victoria Jam without sugar
The most useful preparation in its own juice!
You will need: 1 kg Victoria.
Preparation: Arrange the berries in jars, place them in a pot of water on a piece of cloth, and sterilize in this way for about 25 minutes. When Victoria settles, move her so that the cans are full and roll up.
4. Victoria jam and cherries
The sourness of the cherry marvelously sets off the sweetness of Victoria.
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 1 kg cherries, 2 tbsp. lemon juice, 1.2 kg of sugar.
Preparation: Grind both berries in a blender and mix with sugar. Boil for half an hour over low heat, and add lemon juice 10 minutes before the end. Pour into jars.
5. Thick Victoria Jam
We will tell you how to cook a wonderful thick jam without thickeners.
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 1 kg sugar.
Preparation: Add sugar to the berry and boil for 15 minutes over low heat. Cool the jam, bring to a boil again and continue cooking until desired consistency. Stir in the process, and then roll up.
6. Pounded Victoria Jam
And if you want, then the grated jam can be frozen instead of ice cream.
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 1.2 kg sugar.
Preparation: Grind the berries with a blender, mix with sugar and leave for several hours. Stir the mixture regularly in the process, and then transfer to sterilized jars.
7. Victoria Jam with Mint and Basil
It will appeal to those who prefer light refreshing desserts.
You will need: 2 kg Victoria, 1 kg sugar, 1 lemon, 1 bunch of basil, 1 bunch of mint.
Preparation: Add sugar to the berry and leave for a couple of hours, then bring to a boil and boil for 5 minutes. Add chopped mint and basil leaves, boil for another 5 minutes, and then add finely chopped lemon with zest. After 10-15 minutes, remove the jam from the heat and roll up.
8. Victoria Jam with Gelatin
An amazing recipe – thick jelly with whole berries.
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 600 g sugar, 15 g gelatin, 70 ml water.
Preparation: Pour sugar into Victoria, put on a small heat and boil for 10 minutes after boiling. Remove the jam, leave for half an hour, and for now dissolve the gelatin in water according to the instructions. Pour it over the berries, stir and boil for another 5-7 minutes, and then roll up.
9. Victoria Jam with Pectin
A wonderful natural thickener for jelly jam.
You will need: 2 kg Victoria, 1 kg sugar, 15 g pectin.
Preparation: Grind half of the berries with a blender, mix with a third of sugar and pectin, and add whole berries. Put everything on the stove, bring to a boil, remove from heat and leave for an hour. Add the remaining sugar, boil the jam again, boil for 15 minutes and roll up.
10. Victoria jam with orange and spices
The best selection of jams for gray and cold winter evenings!
You will need: 1.5 kg Victoria, 2 oranges, 1.5 kg sugar, 3 cinnamon sticks, 3 star anise stars, 5 cloves.
Preparation: Cut the berries in half, add sugar and leave for a couple of hours. Bring to a boil, boil for 10 minutes and let cool. Add finely chopped oranges with zest and all the spices. Boil for another 10 minutes, get the spices and roll the jam into the jars.
11. Victoria Jam with Banana
If you wish, replace sugar with honey or add nothing at all – the natural sweetness is enough.
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 1 kg bananas, 1 kg sugar.
Preparation: Pour sugar over the berry, leave overnight and boil for 5 minutes after boiling. Let the jam cool, boil it again and cool it again. Add finely chopped bananas, boil the mixture for the last 20 minutes and roll up.
12. Victoria Jam with Lemon
Lemon retains its color better, reveals its taste and emphasizes the smell of the berry.
You will need: 2 kg Victoria, 2 lemons, 1.5 kg of sugar.
Preparation: Pour sugar over the berry overnight, boil, and then add lemon juice and zest. Boil the jam for 10 minutes over low heat and place in jars.
13. Victoria Jam and Honeysuckle
A double dose of vitamins and a very original taste!
You will need: 500 g Victoria, 500 g honeysuckle, 600 g sugar.
Preparation: Add sugar to the berry, leave for a couple of hours and mix well. Put the mixture to cook for 15-20 minutes after boiling, and then immediately roll it into jars.
14. Victoria and currant jam
We advise you to take red currants, but in fact, it will be better with different ones.
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 1 kg currants, 1 kg sugar, 4 tablespoons. lemon juice.
Preparation: Boil the berry for 5-7 minutes, and then mince it. Mix the preparation with sugar, add lemon juice, boil the jam for another 20 minutes and pour into jars.
15. Victoria and raspberry jam
What could be tastier than a few spoons of such jam for tea?
You will need: 500 g Victoria, 500 g raspberries, 600 g sugar.
Preparation: Cut the Victoria berries into several pieces, mix with raspberries and sugar, and leave for half an hour. Bring the mixture to a boil, boil for 7 minutes and immediately place in sterilized jars.
16. Victoria and Apple Jam
Be sure to try using it in pie filling.
You will need: 2 kg Victoria, 4 lemons, 4 apples, 1.5 kg of sugar.
Preparation: Cut the berry into several parts, add grated apples, lemon juice and zest. Cover everything with sugar, stir and bring to a boil. Boil the jam for half an hour on low heat and roll up.
17. Victoria Jam with Lavender
How to resist such a scent?
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 1 kg sugar, 50 g dried lavender, 100 ml water.
Preparation: Pour boiling water over lavender, leave for 15 minutes and strain. Mix Victoria with sugar, pour lavender infusion and boil for 20 minutes over low heat, and then roll up.
18. Victoria Jam with Rum
Instead of rum, you can take brandy or cognac – a strong sweetish alcohol.
You will need: 1.5 kg Victoria, 1.5 kg sugar, 150 ml water, 100 ml rum.
Preparation: Cook a syrup of sugar and water, pour it over the berry and leave it overnight. Bring the mixture to a boil, boil for 5 minutes, remove from heat and cool. In this way, boil the jam twice more, and add the rum one last time. Pour into jars.
19. Victoria Jam with Rhubarb
Ginger gives the jam a surprisingly spicy flavor.
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 1 kg rhubarb, 50 g ginger, 2 kg sugar, 200 ml water.
Preparation: Finely chop the rhubarb and Victoria, mix, add water and boil for 10 minutes. Add the grated ginger, a third of the sugar and boil for another 5 minutes. Continue cooking, gradually adding sugar. Cool the jam completely, bring to a boil again and roll up.
20. Victoria Jam with Nuts
Try this jam with almond flakes or finely chopped walnuts.
You will need: 1 kg Victoria, 800 g sugar, 90 g nuts.
Preparation: Pour sugar over the berries for an hour, then add the chopped nuts and stir. Bring the jam to a boil, boil for 20 minutes and pour into sterilized jars.
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