Apple And Rhubarb Jam

 
Apple and rhubarb jam

We have an orchard with many apple trees and a small kitchen garden with vegetables, including rhubarb. I have found various ways of using up the apples that don’t look presentable enough for the fruit bowl. We serve this jam to our guests as a treat at breakfast time and they love it!

Frances Jaarsma, 19/08/2014

Ingredients for 4 people

500g apples, peeled, cored and finely chopped.

250g rhubarb, cleaned and finely chopped.
750g sugar
100ml red wine
2 handfuls rose petals

Method

Place the apples and rhubarb in a large pan and cook gently until they form a syrup. 

Add the red wine, sugar and rose petals and re-heat until the sugar is completely dissolved. 
Wash the jars well and sterilise in the oven, then pot the jam, allow to cool and seal.

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