Summer is coming to an end, but you can still make a fairly large number of blanks for the winter. For example, apple jam, because right now a large number of varieties of delicious fruits are ripening. Basically, everyone who has cooked jam at least once is used to the fact that this requires a large capacity and a long cooking process, very often it is necessary to cool the delicacy and put it back to boil.
With the advent of the multicooker in the kitchen, you can forget about such voluminous work. It is enough just to prepare the necessary ingredients and set the correct program – and tasty, moderately thick jam will be ready. The apple slices will retain their shape and look like large candied fruits, which will be in a honey syrup of a pleasant, slightly golden color. Basically, of course, the color of the jam will depend on what kind of apples will be used in the cooking process.
- Apples – 500 g.
- Sugar – 250 g.
How to cook:
1. Apples should be well washed and dried. Cut each of them into 4-6 slices and be sure to remove the middle along with the bones – they are useless in jam. In the process of cutting apples into slices, they can be immediately put into the multicooker bowl.
2. Add sugar.
3. When all the apples and all the sugar are in the bowl, you need to mix them well in order to achieve complete distribution of granulated sugar among the fruit slices. After that, you need to install the “Baking” program for exactly fifteen minutes. You don’t need to close the lid.
4. During cooking, be sure to stir the contents of the multicooker often with a wooden spatula.
5. Next, you should set the “Extinguishing” program and, with the lid closed, cook the jam for twenty minutes.
6. That’s all!
7. It remains only to put the jam in a sterile jar and roll it up with a lid.
The jar needs to be turned upside down and wrapped in something warm.
After the apple jam has completely cooled, after about a day, it must be removed to a cool place, such as a pantry or cellar.
Enjoy your meal!