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Zainab I love how simple you made this recipe sound. I love the pictures, making the jam has such a rustic feel to it. It looks wonderful I have bookmarked it. :-)How long does the jam keep in the fridge please?
Wow, this is so simple! It looks good, I can imagine this fresh on some toast :)
the jam looks gorgeous. gonna try this recipe with the mangoes that are in season here - i hope it works out. your vermicelli pasta looks so similar to a dish called Upma we make in India. Nice!
strawberry jam looks yummy..thanks for the recipe
Nice one... the jam looks delicious... Such a lovely texture... yumm!Check my blog have something for u
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I already did pumpkin, tomatoe and apples jam but never tried with strawberries. I have to try it. Your pictures look great.
jeena,Thank you,it's really simple to make,try to make it.This jam remain for a period of 4-6months.meeso,Thanks ;)Arundathi,mangoes sounds great,maybe less sugar if you use very sweet mangoes.it's great how Gulf cuisine similar to Indian cuisine.Prajusha,welcome & visit often.Shubha,Thank you for your comment,we happy to hear from you,&thanks for passing the award along to us ..we honored ;)isabella,Thank you!!!Manuela,Thanks for stopping by :)zainab
There's nothing quite like fresh homemade bread and homemade jam. It is such a treat!
Looks simple. I noticed that you do not use pectin. I did blueberry jam one year while living in Maine. I cooked wild blueberries w/ green apples and a little bit of sugar. It was yummy. Since then, I have not tried it w/o pectin. Thanks for the recipe.
Cynthia,Thanks for stopping by :)Mary Pat,I have not tried jam with pectin before maybe next time.Thank you for your comment.zainab :)
Its easy n yummy :)
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