Cowberry winter: the best recipes of jam from cowberry
Cowberry extraordinary useful and tasty berry which curative properties remain even after heat treatment. Jam from berries of cowberry contains vitamins more than a similar delicacy from a citrus, a cranberry or grapes. Besides, it renders febrifugal effect at catarrhal diseases and promotes prevention of flu.
Not dull citruses: recipes of preparation of jam from oranges
In the summer and in the fall when fresh fruit, berries and vegetables much we hurry to stock up with tasty preparations for the winter. Thus we let out a citrus which cost during the summer period, considerably decreases from a look at all. And in vain, after all, for example, oranges jam will become ideal tasty help during a season of catarrhal diseases.
Abrikosomaniya: recipes of the most tasty apricot jam
Season of maturing of apricots already soon, and it means that it is a high time to think how to stock up with this surprising fruit for the winter. The easiest and fast way - tinned compote, but this preparation on the fan. Another matter all favourite apricot jam. It and in itself is fine, and in house pastries behaves well. And, above all - it is adored simply by children. And you do not need to be afraid that little sweet teeth can have after it an allergic rash, after all apricot jam does not cause atopic reactions.
Winter cherry: the best recipes of the most tasty cherry jam
It is impossible to present winter stocks without jar of fragrant cherry jam. It creates good mood in the long cold evenings and helps to create surprising desserts. The unique taste these sweet-sour berries in sugar syrup literally transfer to summer, immersing in memories of pleasantly spent time. But there are at this cherry delicacy also minuses: difficult and long to delete stones from berries, and process of cooking can take not one day. But even such difficulties do not stop the thrifty hostesses seeking to diversify supplies for the winter with fragrant cherry jam. Especially as recipes of this delicacy the huge number is also the its instant secrets. About the most interesting and fantastically tasty options of cherry jam the speech will also go further.
Sweet vegetable marrow: recipes of jam from vegetable marrows
It would seem, vegetable marrows and jam - two incompatible concepts. But it not so: vegetable marrows jam turns out refined and extraordinary useful. Especially for those hostesses to whom ordinary preparations for the winter from the habitual products and seeking to fill up the collection with original recipes of jam bothered, we also prepared this article. From it you learn how to prepare tasty and useful vegetable marrows jam, using available products and having spent not enough time. The color scale of this delicacy will please you with the saturation and depth. And taste and advantage of a vegetable marrow will be improved by additional ingredients, in a combination with which this surprising vegetable will open for you new flavoring sides.
Improbable pear: the best recipes of jam from pears
Pear - one of the few fruits which practically do not lose useful microcells and vitamins at heat treatment. Besides, it is possible to make many different delicacies of it: tasty jam segments, dense jam, confiture or fruits in syrup. The pear is perfectly combined with other fruit and berries that gives the chance to make the jam possessing unusual taste and aroma. We offer you recipes of surprising jam from pears which can be prepared easily in house conditions.
We prepare fresh parsley for the winter, useful recipes
The method preparation of parsley for the winter depends on tastes and preferences of each hostess. There are 3 easiest ways how to keep parsley: drying, freezing and salting. To dry these greens very simply: the washed-out bunch small is cut, poured on a big tray, and then exposed on a balcony or a verandah for drying on the sun. And to salt or freeze parsley, it is enough to follow our simple recipes and helps on a photo.
Kivimaniya: recipes of house jam from a kiwi
Kiwi stopped being for us exotic fruit for a long time and it is even more often used by hostesses for preparation of various desserts, pastries and salads. The recipe of crude jam from a kiwi which according to the content of vitamin C easily overtakes even a fresh citrus became especially popular. Jam from a kiwi is possible and to cook, adding to it other useful components: apples, apricots, strawberry, bananas. And still it very beautiful - a tremendous emerald shade with contrast impregnations of sunflower seeds looks originally. This delicacy possesses both unusual sweet-sour taste and the gentle consistence melting in the mouth.
Wonderful cranberry: the best recipes of cranberry jam
All know that berries of a cranberry contain a huge number of useful substances: it is rich with organic acids, pectins and vitamins. Thanks to the unique structure these wonderful berries help to reduce cholesterol, do not allow to be formed to plaques in vessels and to be formed to blood clots, thereby prevent emergence of strokes. Not only the fresh, but also frozen and thermally processed berries bear advantage to an organism. For example, jam from a cranberry is capable to kill headaches, reduces quantity of a prothrombin in blood, improves elasticity and durability of walls of blood capillaries. It is useful and at the raised blood pressure and avitaminosis. We suggest you to prepare this extraordinary tasty and useful delicacy. For any of our recipes it is possible to use both fresh-gathered berry, and the frozen cranberry. And the last do not demand a preliminary defrosting that is essential to save a preparation time.
Imperial delight: the best recipes jam from a gooseberry
And you knew, what the gooseberry became a popular component for jam and jams relatively recently - in the XVIII century? Before these wonderful berries used only in the raw, and that is quite rare. In Russia the fashion on kryzhovnikovy jam was entered by Catherine the Great who liked to regale on unusual jam from a green gooseberry. By the way, jam you will find the recipe of this imperial dessert under the name "Emerald" in our article, together with other useful recipes of jam from a gooseberry.