Apple Blackberry Jam

2 1/2kg (5 lb) approximately.

Rating (3 ratings)


1 1/2 kg (3 lb) Siúcra Granulated Sugar
1 kg (2 lb) Blackberries
375 g (3/4 lb) sharp cooking apples, peeled and cored
150 ml (1/4 pint, 5 fl oz) water


Wash and drain the blackberries and place in the greased preserving pan or thick-based saucepan with the water; simmer gently until soft.

Add the sliced apples and continue cooking until the apple is reduced to a pulp.

Add the warmed sugar stirring until dissolved, then boil rapidly to setting point.

Pot and cover in the usual way; label and date (See 'Potting and covering' for details).

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