Strawberry & Rhubarb (or Gooseberry) Jam
However you like to use jam: On toast, in rice pudding or on a spoon straight out of the jar. An ideal way of bulking out Strawberries and a lot easier to set. Also has a lovely subtle flavour. From Best Kept Secrets of the WI.
MethodCook the Rhubarb (or Gooseberries) in the water until tender (about 15 mins), then add the Strawberries and lemon juice and continue to simmer for a further 5 mins
Mash the fruit with a potato masher and then simmer for a further 5/10 mins until reduced to a thick puree.
Add the sugar and stir until completely dissolved, then bring to a boil until setting point is reached: Test after 5 mins and if necessary, boil for longer and tes again.
Remove any scum and pot into sterlised jars and store in a cool place
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