Raspberries in their own juice: benefits and features

Traditional jams involves lengthy preparation. Three to four hours of boiling are interspersed with intervals of berries in syrup. This treatment guarantees the safety of the product. Finished jam can be stored at room temperature. But if you don't have enough time for cooking and want to keep the taste and aroma of fresh berries, use another blank in their own juice. So you can cook soft berries e.g. raspberries. The finished product is best stored in the refrigerator.
Raspberries can be mixed with other soft berries such as blackberries or blueberries.

Raspberries in their own juice used for the preparation of mousses and cocktails, as well as for pies, cakes and other home baking. Berries can be served with tea, it is suitable for the treatment of colds.

The most delicious recipes for the winter

Raspberries can be cooked in different ways - choose the one that seems the most fast and convenient.

Try a simple method of preparation of raspberries in their own juice. 1 kg of fresh raw materials need 1 kg of sugar. Pre-wash with baking soda a glass jar, rinse them and pour over boiling water. Allow the containers to dry.

Raspberries go through, cull mouldy or wormy berries. Rinse them, drain and then dry. Divide raspberries into 5 parts, four lay out the prepared banks and fifth place in a pot, add sugar and put on the stove. Bring the mixture to a boil, then reduce heat and, stirring, cook the mass over low heat until the crystals are completely dissolved. To prepare raspberry syrup will take about 10 minutes.

Hot syrup pour berries, arranged in banks so that the brim was about 2 cm, Place filled containers in a pot and sterilize. On the bottom of the pan spread a towel, put in jars and cover them with cold water so that it reached the shoulders of the jars. Bring the water to a boil. The processing time depends on the volume of containers. Three-liter jars boil for half an hour, and for sterilization liter will take no more than 15 minutes.
The amount of sugar for the filling can be increased - the finished product will be more sweet.

Another simple recipe involves boiling the syrup. Sort through the raspberries and pour into a clean dry banks, interspersing the berries and sugar. 1 kg of berries will need 500 g of sugar. Uplotnaet berries, tapping the edges of the cans. Allow the berries to soak for several hours to give the juice. Filled containers, sterilize in boiling water, and then roll up covers. Banks turn up bottoms and refrigerate. Raspberries get ready for storage.