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    Default Jam Recipes for Bread Machine

    All ingredients should be at room temperature (70-80 deg F/21-27 deg C), unless otherwise indicated in the recipe.

    Strawberry Jam

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    1 1/2 cups fresh strawberries, sliced
    1 cup sugar
    2 teaspoons lemon juice
    1 tablespoon powdered lo-sugar fruit pectin

    Combine all ingredients into bread pan. Select Basic setting. Press Start/Stop. Allow to mix 5 to 6 minutes, scraping side of pan with rubber spatula. Press Start/Stop to cancel. Select Bake Setting. Press Start/Stop. When unit signals and display reads 0:00, priess Start/Stop. Using hot pads, remove bread pan. Pour jam into containers: cover. Refrigerate to set.

    Makes about 3 cups.

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    All ingredients should be at room temperature (70-80 deg F/21-27 deg C), unless otherwise indicated in the recipe.

    Orange Marmalade

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    3 large oranges
    1 lemon
    1 1/4 cups sugar
    2 tablespoons powdered lo-sugar fruit pectin

    With a vegetable peeler, shave off the bright layer of peel from one orange and lemon; chop finely. Remove remaining white peel from orange and lemon, discard. Peel remaining oranges, discard peels. Slice fruit into 1/2 inch pieces. Combine chopped peels, fruit, sugar and pectin in bread pan. Select Basic setting. Press Start/Stop. Allow to mix 5 to 6 minutes, scraping side of pan with rubber spatula. Press Start/Stop to cancel. Select Bake Setting. Press Start/Stop. When unit signals and display reads 0:00, priess Start/Stop. Using hot pads, remove bread pan. Pour jam into containers: cover. Refrigerate to set.

    Makes about 3 cups.

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    All ingredients should be at room temperature (70-80 deg F/21-27 deg C), unless otherwise indicated in the recipe.

    Frozen Berry Jam

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    1 package (10 to 12 ounces) frozen berries, thawed
    (strawberries and raspberries are ideal)
    1 tablespoon lemon juice
    1 3/4 cups sugar
    1 pouch (3 ounces) liquid fruit pectin

    Combine all ingredients into bread pan. Select Basic setting. Press Start/Stop. Allow to mix 5 to 6 minutes, scraping side of pan with rubber spatula. Press Start/Stop to cancel. Select Bake Setting. Press Start/Stop. When unit signals and display reads 0:00, priess Start/Stop. Using hot pads, remove bread pan. Pour jam into containers: cover. Refrigerate to set.

    Makes about 3 cups.

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    Default Jam in Bread Machine

    I finally got around to reading all of my instuctions for my bread maker. I learned today that I can make freezer jam in it. It will not help me this year but next year I am going to try it.

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    Wow, that is cool! I didn't know that was possible!

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    I made some in mine. It turned out pretty good.

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    Good to know. I haven't made any jam for a while but this sounds like a fun way to make some!

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    You can also make home made butter in them, Theres a recipe round here somewhere, I'll try to find it fer ya!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvmommyx6 View Post
    You can also make home made butter in them, Theres a recipe round here somewhere, I'll try to find it fer ya!!
    This sounds good!! Please try find it for us mommy!!

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