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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Rhubard & Ginger Jam

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  sam from worthing

This is take a while so read recipe properly.


Seville Orange Marmalade

Published 03 Jan 2011
by cherrypicker

Traditional orange marmalade recipe


Smooth Pineapple jam

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Anastasia

Probably the best jam I have ever tasted


Snake in the grass

Published 05 Aug 2010
by Chazza

A powerful green chilli sauce.

In a good year even one chilli plant can make more chillis than expected. Here’s how to keep that freshness in a jar for the colder days to come. The difficult thing to do is to preserve the greenness.<


Spiced Crabapple Jelly

Published 11 Jun 2009
by JamJar aka Chutney Queen

This is a beautiful deep amber-orange colour. It sets easily because of the high pectin content. This recipe gives about 7 x 10oz. jars.


Spiced Fig Jam With Orange

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Makka

What can be done when you have a large fig tree in your garden bears heavy crops twice in a year? You can make a jam or two, you can make fig in red wine and balsamic vinegar garnishing roasted duck, you can put figs under the grill and then eat with


Spicy Tom Chutney - makes 450-500g

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  sam from worthing

delicious served with buffetsbbq's and of course curry's


Strawberry & Rhubarb (or Gooseberry) Jam

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Frances

This recipe is made using a traditional Strawberry Jam recipe and replacing half the Strawberries with Rhubarb or Gooseberries.


Strawberry Jam

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  sam from worthing

3kg of fruit & Sugar produces about 5 kg of Jam


Sweet pickled onions.

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Anastasia

A sweet crunchy onion. They taste very nice. If you boil too much vinegar this can be stored , & used for beetroot , or any other veg when needed.

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