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Scented, fragrant, delicate!

We need the following:

  • 250 g rose petals
  • 1 liter of water
  • 400 gr sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon lemon salt

Servings: 4

Preparation time: less than 120 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Rose jam:

Collect the rose petals and clean the white part and any leaves.

Wash in cold water to remove dust and impurities and leave in a sieve to remove excess water.

Then put in a bowl, add a teaspoon of sugar and lemon salt. Pass until they start to leave their own syrup. (Petals do not crumble!)

The water is boiled together with the sugar.

Boil over low heat until the sugar is completely dissolved, and the syrup formed begins to bind.

Add the rose petals and continue boiling until the syrup has the desired consistency.

Pour the hot jam into clean jars, tighten the lids tightly and store in a cool place.

Serve with gusto!

Tips sites

1

Try to prepare the duct as soon as possible, from the moment of collecting the petals. I didn't manage to do that and some of the petals dried out.

2

They can be stored in the refrigerator, in an uncovered dish.


What is flower sherbet and how is it prepared from roses, violets, bats, axes (violins)?

Young people will surely wonder: what is sherbet and what is it used for? This rose sherbet is a fragrant and sweet paste (a fondant) that can be consumed as such, along with a glass of cold water, or that can be used to glaze cakes, cakes or cookies or to prepare fine creams to fill them. .

Older people remember the Ottoman tradition (adopted in the Kingdom and Moldova) by which guests were served with a teaspoon of sherbet dipped in a tall glass of cold water. You tasted a little more sherbet, you took another sip of water to "wash" its sweets.

At other times, guests were served with fine jams or candied fruit & # 8211 accompanied by glasses of cold water. We also have plum jam recipes stuffed with walnuts (here), apricots stuffed with walnut kernels (here), green walnuts (here) or cherry jam (see here).

All overly sweet sugars are of oriental origin and are meant to make you drink a lot of water & # 8230 ie to hydrate. This is to withstand the excessive heat in those areas. "Sharba" is a word of Arabic origin that means "drink." Baclava, Turkish shit (lokum), cataiful, halvaua or halvița are all extremely sweet and should be consumed in small quantities because they contain many calories.

Sherbet is prepared like confectionery fondant (see the recipe here) but instead of water use an infusion of rose petals or other flowers of your choice. Their color and specific aroma will give the special flavor of this rose sherbet.

I received some roses from my dear neighbors Gabi and Dan. They are Damascus roses and they are very, very fragrant. These edible roses are recognizable by their deep pink color and extremely rich corolla - the petals being arranged in many rows.

Their scientific name is Rosa x damascena and you can find out more about them here. Thank you very much, dear ones, for always thinking of us!

These quantities result in 2 jars of 200 g and another jar of 100 g with sherbet of roses or other petals of: bat, violins or axes, violets, shock, acacia, etc.


Roses jam? Here is the best recipe!

Contains multiminerals, multivitamins, antioxidants, having beneficial effects on the central nervous system and digestive tract. As a result, rose jam is all you need for a healthy body. Not to mention that nothing compares to a pancake with rose jam.

To get a delicate and fragrant rose jam, you need the following ingredients: 100 rose flowers, 1 kg caster sugar, 750 ml water, 2 large lemons. To start, clean the petals well and put them in a strainer, then make sure there are no impurities.

Then put the petals in a bowl and rub them very well with two tablespoons of sugar and the juice of a lemon until you see that it leaves a pink juice and the petals begin to clump.

Prepare the syrup from the water and sugar in a large pot, preferably in a tuci. boil the syrup over high heat, then leave on low heat and wait for the syrup to set. Next, add the rose petals and add them to the bowl along with the juice they left.

After it boils for a few minutes, add the juice from the second lemon and mix as well as you can. The syrup must be sufficiently bound, otherwise it may thin out after adding the petals. Careful! When making rose jam, be sure to use only a wooden spoon.

* The content of this article is for information only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice. For a correct diagnosis, we recommend that you consult a specialist.


BOILING SWEET SWEET I Recipe + Video

Hello dear lusts. Today I present my recipe for SWEET SWEET. I was inspired by this recipe from my aunt, and she in turn took the recipe from our grandparents. This jam is prepared from only two ingredients and does not require boiling. It's perfect for me, especially when I want to make croissants with rose jam or fluffy croissants. I hope you like this recipe and enjoy it. I wish you to continue to have a tasty day and good appetite!

Ingredient:

Method of preparation:

  1. Wash the petals well under running water, many people do not wash them but in my case I decided to wash them and in addition I am calmer that I do not find insects among the petals.
  2. Drain the petals well with both hands and place them in a bowl.
  3. Pour the sugar over them and start massaging them vigorously until the petals get wet and lose volume.
  4. Put the jam in well-washed jars and cover with a lid.
  5. Store jars in the refrigerator all winter.
  6. This jam is perfect for biscuits and baked goods. Good appetite!
If you are preparing this recipe, don't forget to take a photo of it and use the hashtag #valeriesfood

Roses jam


Homemade rose jam. The best rose petal jam. How to make jam from rose petals.

Rose jam-INGREDIENTS

250 gr rose petals,
1 kg of sugar,
1 l water,
2 sachets of lemon salt,

Rose jam-PREPARATION

Rub the rose petals with lemon salt mixed with 3 lbs of sugar, set aside and prepare the syrup. Boil the water with the sugar for about 15 minutes until the syrup starts to set. Add the rose petals and simmer for 20 minutes. Try if the jam is ready by putting a little cold jam in the fridge. If the syrup is bound then the jam is ready. After the jam has cooled, put it in sterilized jars in the oven, staple it and cover it with beds until it cools completely.


What is flower sherbet and how is it prepared from roses, violets, bats, axes (violins)?

Young people will surely wonder: what is sherbet and what is it used for? This rose sherbet is a fragrant and sweet paste (a fondant) that can be eaten as such, along with a glass of cold water, or that can be used to glaze cakes, cakes or cookies or to prepare fine creams to fill them. .

The older ones remember the Ottoman tradition (adopted in the Kingdom and Moldova) by which guests were served with a teaspoon of sherbet dipped in a tall glass of cold water. You tasted a little more sherbet, you took another sip of water to "wash" its sweets.

At other times, guests were served with fine jams or candied fruit & # 8211 accompanied by glasses of cold water. We also have plum jam recipes stuffed with walnuts (here), apricots stuffed with walnut kernels (here), green walnuts (here) or cherry jam (see here).

All overly sweet sugars are of oriental origin and are meant to make you drink a lot of water & # 8230 ie to hydrate. This is to withstand the excessive heat in those areas. "Sharba" is a word of Arabic origin that means "drink." Baclava, Turkish shit (lokum), cataiful, halvaua or halvița are all extremely sweet and should be consumed in small quantities because they contain many calories.

Sherbet is prepared as a confectionery fondant (see the recipe here) but instead of water use an infusion of rose petals or other flowers of your choice. Their color and specific aroma will give the special flavor of this rose sherbet.

I received some roses from my dear neighbors Gabi and Dan. They are Damascus roses and they are very, very fragrant. These edible roses are recognizable by their deep pink color and extremely rich corolla - the petals being arranged in many rows.

Their scientific name is Rosa x damascena and you can find out more about them here. Thank you very much, dear ones, for always thinking of us!

These quantities result in 2 jars of 200 g and another jar of 100 g with sherbet of roses or other petals of: bat, violins or axes, violets, shock, acacia, etc.


Ingredients rose jam
& ndash 1.2 kg white sugar
& ndash 500 ml of plain water
& ndash a bowl of cleaned petals (about 70 flowers)
& ndash 2-3 lemon slices
& ndash clean and sterilized jars
for petals: 1 teaspoon lemon salt + 1 tablespoon sugar

How to prepare rose jam

In a bowl, boil the water with the sugar. Mix with a wooden spoon until the sugar melts. Then let it boil for about 45-50 minutes, until it binds to a syrup that slips harder on the spoon. When we mix with a spoon, it feels like it's tied, we mix harder.
The flowers should be washed lightly, remove the petals, then remove the white area from each petal. I repeat, it is an extremely meticulous operation, but in the end, it is worth the effort.
Therefore, the washed and cleaned petals are kneaded with a teaspoon of lemon salt and a tablespoon of sugar. Knead the petals well to soften. I also added some red rose petals for contrast. Let the petals soften for a while, then squeeze them well with your fist, squeeze them lightly, then add them over the sugar syrup, mix gently. Add the lemon slices, and let it boil for a few more minutes, then turn off the heat.
Transfer the jam to the jars, wipe them off any drops of jam, then put them under a towel and leave them to cool. We label them and store them in the pantry.
It's a sweet treat!


Ice cream recipe with rose jam

two tablespoons laden with the jam of rose flower petals
a spoonful of syrup from rose flower petals
3 eggs
a litre of milk
a spoon of sugar

  • Preparation for the ice cream recipe with rose jam
  1. Beat the eggs well with the sugar and when everything becomes homogeneous, like a cream, then add the milk and mix well.
  2. Put the composition in a bowl on a steam bath and stir continuously until it decreases and reaches the consistency of a cream, at which point we take it off the heat and let it cool.
  3. When it reaches room temperature, add the jam and the rose syrup and mix the composition well.
  4. Once cooled, form the ice cream with the help of the ice cream machine that we use according to the instructions for use.
  5. When it is formed, we take the ice cream out of the ice cream machine, put it in a plastic container and put it in the freezer until the next day when we can consume it, adding, for an extra flavor, a little more jam or rose syrup on top. .

Note: If you do not have an ice cream machine you can prepare it by the method described in strawberry ice cream recipe with mascarpone


Roses jam

Two years ago, in the fall, I planted a Damascus rose, whose beautiful flowers I enjoyed only this year. The joy was twofold because, in addition to its beauty and fragrance, the rose also made enough flowers to make rose jam in two tranches. It didn't turn out much (4 jars in total), but the quantity is compensated by the aroma and delicacy of this jam.

For the preparation you need the following ingredients: 90 g rose petals of sweetness 350 ml water 450 g caster sugar juice from half a lemon (about 2-3 teaspoons lemon juice).

Preparation of rose jam: Wash the roses under a stream of cold water, shake them gently and begin to peel off the petals. Remove the white part of each petal (base), then put most of the petals (about 60 g) in a bowl. Put the rest of the petals separately, in another bowl (you can also use petals that are slightly stained).

Pour the lemon juice over the 60 g of petals, rub them a little, lightly, with the lemon juice and put them in the fridge.

Bring the water to a boil and, when the water boils, add the approx. 30 g of rose petals. Boil for 2-3 minutes, then remove from the heat and strain the juice (you can throw away the boiled petals).

Put the liquid in which you boiled the rose petals in a saucepan, add the sugar, stir a little and put it on the fire.

From the moment it starts to boil, cook over medium heat for approx. 10 minutes.

When the syrup starts to bind a little, add the 60 g of rose petals and continue to boil, over low heat, until the syrup acquires the consistency necessary for the jam (about another 15 & # 8211 20 minutes).

At this point, remove from the heat and proceed like any other jam & # 8211 put the hot jam in clean and sterilized jars, staple, turn the jars upside down for 5-10 minutes, then cover them with a towel kitchen to cool down leisurely. Of course I couldn't help myself and I tasted the rose jam, which is why there are only 3 jars left.

Preparation in images:


BOILING SWEET SWEET I Recipe + Video

Hello dear lusts. Today I present to you my recipe for ROSE SWEET. I was inspired by this recipe from my aunt, and she in turn took the recipe from our grandparents. This jam is prepared from only two ingredients and does not require boiling. It's perfect for me, especially when I want to make croissants with rose jam or fluffy croissants. I hope you like this recipe and prepare it with pleasure. I wish you to continue to have a tasty day and good appetite!

Ingredient:

Method of preparation:

  1. Wash the petals well under running water, many people do not wash them but in my case I decided to wash them and in addition I am calmer that I do not find insects among the petals.
  2. Drain the petals well with both hands and place them in a bowl.
  3. Pour the sugar over them and start massaging them vigorously until the petals get wet and lose volume.
  4. Put the jam in well-washed jars and cover with a lid.
  5. Keep jars in the refrigerator all winter.
  6. This jam is perfect for biscuits and baked goods. Good appetite!
If you are preparing this recipe, don't forget to take a photo of it and use the hashtag #valeriesfood

Roses jam? Here is the best recipe!

Contains multiminerals, multivitamins, antioxidants, having beneficial effects on the central nervous system and digestive tract. As a result, rose jam is all you need for a healthy body. Not to mention that nothing compares to a pancake with rose jam.

To get a delicate and fragrant rose jam, you need the following ingredients: 100 rose flowers, 1 kg caster sugar, 750 ml water, 2 large lemons. To start, clean the petals well and put them in a strainer, then make sure there are no impurities.

Then put the petals in a bowl and rub them very well with two tablespoons of sugar and the juice of a lemon until you see that it leaves a pink juice and the petals begin to clump.

Prepare the syrup from the water and sugar in a large pot, preferably in a tuci. boil the syrup over high heat, then leave on low heat and wait for the syrup to set. Then add the rose petals and add them to the bowl along with the juice they left.

After it boils for a few minutes, add the juice from the second lemon and mix as well as you can. The syrup must be sufficiently bound, because otherwise it can thin out after adding the petals. Careful! When making rose jam, be sure to use only a wooden spoon.

* The content of this article is for information only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice. For a correct diagnosis, we recommend that you consult a specialist.