You will need
    • gooseberry;
    • cherry leaves;
    • walnut;
    • sugar;
    • water;
    • fridge;
    • cookware for cooking;
    • a sharp knife or a scalpel;
    • jars and lids;
    • machine-rolling.
Calculate the number of products. 5 glasses of selected berries of gooseberry need 2 handfuls of cherry leaves, 3 cups water and 7 cups of sugar, and a little walnuts. Nuts peel and chop. Of the total number of cherry leaves, put a dozen, you will need them later.
Prepare the berries. For this jam you need to select large and strong, which will collapse if they are pierced. Wash the gooseberries. Remove the stalk. Making each berry lengthwise incision with a sharp knife, scoop out her seeds, and insert the pieces of walnut.
Make a decoction of the cherry leaves. In an enamel saucepan, pour 3 cups of water and lower back clean cherry leaves. Put the saucepan on medium heat and bring the water to a boil, then immediately remove the broth. The broth should be green. Let it cool to room temperature and put the casserole in the refrigerator overnight.
Cook syrup. 2 cups of broth, take 7 cups of sugar, stir and bring to a boil. Stir in the boiling syrup prepared gooseberries and boil for 12 minutes. Dip in the syrup some more cherry leaves and cook for another 2-3 minutes.
Sterilize jars and lids. Before you can fill jam, pour over boiling water banks. Pour the hot jam and roll up from the banks.