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5 (1-cup/250-mL) jars or 80 servings, 1 Tbsp. (15 mL) each
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Add 1 Tbsp. orange or lemon zest to crushed strawberries before mixing with remaining ingredients as directed.
You will need to start with about 4 cups fresh whole strawberries to get 1-3/4 cups crushed berries.
Use a potato masher to crush the strawberries, crushing them one layer at a time. For best results, do not crush the berries in a food processor.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
I followed the recipe and yet it is not set, its not very strawberry-ish I wondered if 1 3/4cups of berries was enough, now I know its not. I was hoping it was like my grandma's freezer jam but hers is still much much better
My husband's mother had been making this jam for well over 25+ years and I always thought it was a famous secret recipe until I finally asked - what a surprise how easy it is. I now make this jam every summer and freeze it as my kids absolutely love it! Even my neighbours kids ask for a jar! It is easy and good...sweet is how jam should be!
This recipe fails to note the direction included elsewhere, to "leave the jam at room temperature for 24 hours or until set." I found out by reading other recipes, after putting it right in the freezer without any set time. You were warned!