Fig Marmelade

In the season between summer and fall figs are on their peak moment. The fig season only lasts a few weeks. So you better make sure to you share and if there are some extra left… guess what make some marmelade. And with that enjoy figs outside the season. What you need 1 kg figsContinue reading “Fig Marmelade”

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Triple Peach Marmelade

If the summer brings you tons of different peaches then what do you have to with them? RIGHT! Peach marmelade. What you need 2 peaches 5 apricots 3 saturn peaches 1 cup triple sec 2 cups sugar 1 tbs. vanilla How you do it: Slice and cut all peaches. Keep the peel on as theContinue reading “Triple Peach Marmelade”

Pinapple Rum Jam

Pineapple jam is not a common thing in Europe. However, in Latin America it is one of popular marmelades in the market. Especially for hot dogs (RIGHT HOT DOGS!) it is a delicious extra. Here is the recipe if you want to go for your own pineapple jam. What you need 1 pineapple (aprox 1kgContinue reading “Pinapple Rum Jam”

Icewine Apricot Marmelade

Can you make your mom’s marmelade recipe even more posh? Well with icewine you defintely can make your ‘boring’ classic apricot marmelade a little more upscale. What you need (4 jars aprox) 1 kg apricots 500g sugar 1 cup icewine 1 packet vegan gel fix How you do it Cut down the aprocots. Make sureContinue reading “Icewine Apricot Marmelade”

Apricot Jelly

Apricot time. Time for some more jelly. But haven’t we made some jelly just a few weeks ago? Yes, but you can never have enough jelly. Also because it will last for a year and can come in handy at any time. What you need (for 4 jars) 1,1 kg apricots 2 vanilla beans 100 ml whiteContinue reading “Apricot Jelly”

Cherry Jelly

It’s cherry season. Although it is possible to enjoy cherries from mid-April to August. The best season to have some juicy and sweet cherries is right now at the end of May beginning of June. If you want to enjoy a little bit longer the cherry season you should totally go for cherry jelly. ItContinue reading “Cherry Jelly”