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Pear jam five minutes

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  • Calories: 235
  • Protein: 0.1
  • Fats: 0.1
  • Carbohydrates: 57
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    Hello, dear readers. We are pleased to present you a five-minute pear jam for the winter. Simple and very tasty - that's how a few words can describe this wonderful delicacy. This recipe is just for those who do not want to waste their time on preparations for anything, but are not ready to give up tasty things. Pear jam is a popular dish and therefore its recipes are varied and five-minute is one of them. And nevertheless, it has a very important advantage over others - ease of preparation. But before we start preparing it, we will talk a little about history.

    History of the dish

    Unfortunately, we don’tknow where and when pear jam was invented. We only know that the pear is often called the queen of fruits, but this was not always the case. Previously, the pear grew like a wild bush and its fruits were not eaten. Only much later, after the domestication process, pears began to be actively used in boiled form, and only around the 16th century were pear varieties that could be eaten fresh without preliminary heat treatment.

    We are happy to enjoy such things today. Only for fresh eating, we choose most often soft varieties, but for jam and other blanks, all the same, those that are denser. It was these pears that we used today so that our pear jam in five-minute slices would turn out beautiful and not boil over. So, please, pay attention to the five-minute pear jam and our simple recipe.


    • Pear - 1 kg
    • Sugar - 800 g
    • Water - 50 ml


    1. Prepare the ingredients: wash the pears, cut off the tails.

      First, let's prepare the pears: wash and cut the tails

    2. Remove the peel from the pears.

      Now the pears need to be peeled

    3. Cut into thin slices.

      Cut pears into slices

    4. Put the pear slices in a saucepan, add water and sugar.

      Slices of pear should be put in a saucepan, and then add water and sugar

    5. Put to simmer over medium heat, wait until the syrup boils and cook for 5 minutes.

      In this boiling syrup, pears should be boiled for about 5 minutes

    6. Then remove the pan from the stove and leave to cool for 1 hour. Then put it on the stove for the second time, wait until it boils, cook for 5 minutes and remove the pan with jam from the stove. We refrigerate for 1 hour. For the third time, put the saucepan with the jam on the stove, bring the syrup to a boil and cook for 5 minutes, then remove it from the stove. That is, we repeat the same action three times - cooking the jam for 5 minutes.

      Then the jam from the stove must be removed and cooled for about 1 hour, and then boiled again and boiled for 5 minutes and cooled again for about an hour, and so we repeat a total of 3 times

    7. Put the jam in sterilized jars, roll up with sterilized lids.

      Put the finished jam in sterile jars and twist

    8. Banks are turned upside down, wrapped in a blanket, and left overnight.

      Traditionally, we place the jars on the lids and wrap them until they cool

    9. We send the finished jam for storage.

      Store until you want to eat

    The benefits of the dish

    Is it possible to say that pear jam cooked for the winter for five minutes and its simple recipe is something useful? Hardly. A large amount of sugar does not in any way allow this dish to be considered extremely healthy. And nevertheless, in the bite, for example, with cottage cheese or cheesecakes baked in the oven, such an addition acquires a completely different color in the light of its benefits. What can you say? Do you have the same blanks in your cookbook? What do you like to cook for the winter according to the five-minute principle or according to ordinary recipes? Let's make something together. We promise it will be fun. Your HozOboz!

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