Boyenburry jam


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I came across of boysenberry for the first time. Shape like a burgundy blackberry with a shiny reflection.

According to Wikipedia, a boysenberry is a cross between a European raspberry, a common blackberry and American dewberry and a loganberry.

Another occasion to make jam and try a new flavour.


500gr boysenberry

450gr sugar

1 juice of 1 large lemon

Put the fruit, the sugar and the lemon juice in a preserving pan.

Simmer slowly until the fruits are soft  and the sugar is dissolved stirring some time to time.

bring to boil rapidly until a setting point is reached.

Let the cooked fruit to cool.

Spoon into sterilized jars and seal.

It will make 2 or 3 jars.


Boyenburry jam 1


On November 29, 2013

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