Gooseberry and amaretto jam

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Gooseberry comes in green, yellow or purple, depending on the variety. The gooseberry has been cultivated as a berry fruit since about the 16th century and is also known in Switzerland as Chruselbeeri or Chrosle.

Gooseberry and amaretto jam
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Servings
6-7 glasses
Servings
6-7 glasses
Gooseberry and amaretto jam
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Servings
6-7 glasses
Servings
6-7 glasses
Ingredients
Servings: glasses
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Instructions
  1. Wash the gooseberries, remove the stems. Puree with the sugar to obtain a smooth mixture.
  2. Place the mixture in a saucepan and slowly bring to a boil. Simmer for about 3-4 minutes while stirring.
  3. Now add the Amaretto and simmer for another minute.
  4. Make a gelling test: to do this, place a few drops of jam on a plate. If the mixture is thick to firm after 1-2 minutes, the jam will be firm enough afterwards. If not, let the mixture simmer for another 1-2 minutes and repeat the test.
  5. Fill the glasses, close them and put them on the lid to allow them to cool.

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