Fresh Strawberry Jam

  • malorey279 Posted: 08/11/10
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    So easy and so good! Highly recommend!

  • westcoastcook Posted: 11/16/08
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    This is a great recipe! This was my very first time making jam and I was worried that it wouldn't come out well, but I was wrong! This recipe was really easy to follow and the end result was amazing! It's so much better than store bought jam. I think I will cut the strawberries in quaters rather than halves next time, to make it a little smoother. Boil for less time than indicated for a thiner, smoother jam.

  • Joy201 Posted: 06/07/10
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    This jam turned out really, really well. I would probably only add 3/4 cup of sugar next time since the strawberries were already pretty sweet. I also pureed the jam after an hour to chop the strawberries and make it into a more jam consistency. I plan to make another batch for friends.

  • jeichert1980 Posted: 10/28/10
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    This is the first time I've made jam and this recipe makes it easy. The flavor is great and will definitely make again. The only thing I will do differently next time is put the strawberries in a food processor to get the chunks smaller.

  • CookinProgress Posted: 05/23/10
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    I made this as a hostess gift for my wedding tea. It was absolutely delicious. The lemon juice adds a hint of tartness so the sugar doesn't overwhelm the jam. It looked great and tasted perfect!

  • fishies3 Posted: 04/26/11
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    Made multiple times. Very easy. I use less sugar than called for. I used my immersion blender and the consistency is wonderful. Might try using lime juice next time for a twist. Very good recipe.

  • sparisi Posted: 06/20/11
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    I have made this so many times. It really is outstanding and so easy. I love that it just makes a small batch and no canning is required. It's also great to give as gifts. The lemon juice is definitely necessary as it cuts the sweetness a bit.

  • MNveggie Posted: 07/04/11
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    This is my go-to jam recipe -- I have made it with strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, peaches, and apricots, and all have turned out spectacularly. I no longer buy jam from the grocery store! I find this jam freezes well, and friends/family have enjoyed receiving it as gifts. I have even subbed 1/2 cup agave nectar for the cup of sugar with excellent results! Thank you for such a great and versatile recipe!

  • claudiadaze Posted: 03/12/12
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    I made this just now and it is fantastic and so easy! I had never made anything like this. I have two adjustments I will make next time. More lemon juice (I used a tbsp today). Next time, I'll try 1.5 tbsp. I would also let it cook longer, mine after an hour was still a little liquidy. Still, it was delicious! Try it!

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