Whether you're an expert jam maker, or have never tested for a setting stage in your life, this section includes some fantastic preserves that will be mouthwatering additions to the storecupboard... if they last that long!

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Sweet Tomato Chutney

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Anastasia

Can be eaten the same day .


Three fruit marmalade

Published 31 Oct 2011
by Christine M

This is a good marmalade that you can make any time -you dont have to wait for the Seville orange season and it is a delicious pale orange colour.lThis recipe makes approx 8 jars marmalade


Tomato, red pepper & apricot chutney

Published 29 Sep 2011
by Anastasia

This is answeet , slightly tangy chutney.can be used as soon as it is cold , but obviously improves with age I do not use green peppers as they do not cook down so well , also the other colours are much sweeter


Watermelon & Ginger Jam

Published 21 Dec 2009
by Derrey

I love Jam making and I wanted to make Melon and Ginger Jam. I did not know what type of Melon to use so experimented with Watermelon. It turned out to be the best one that I have made.


Winter chutney

Published 26 Oct 2012
by Anastasia

This is a very sweet chutney with a hint of warmth. Needs to stand for a couple of months to be at its best.

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