Make some tasty fresh cherry jam this fall. This sweet and sour cherry jam recipe is simple. This homemade jam is a perfect topping for many delicious desserts. Add it to a cake recipe between cake layers or as a topping. Don’t make large quantities at one time. Large volumes take longer to reach the right temperature. If you cook this recipe too long, the fruit will break down and eventually dissolve in the jam or preserves. You want a chunkier jam.
Source: Winosity https://winosity.com/sweet-sour-cherry-ja
1 - In a saucepan, bring the cherries and vinegar to a simmer.
2 - Cook until the cherries begin to break down.
3 - Add the cayenne and sugar and stir until the sugar is dissolved.
4 - Add more sugar to taste.
5 - Prepared the gelatin as indicated on its packaging.
6 - Stir into the cherry mixture and let thicken.
7 - Put the cherry preserves in a sealed container.
8 - Store in the refrigerator.
Check out the full recipe with wine pairings at https://winosity.com/sweet-sour-cherry-jam-recipe/
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