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  • Apple jam
  • Apricot jam
  • Banana jam
  • Blackberry jam
  • Cherry jam
  • Chestnut jam
  • Fig jam
  • Four-red-fruit jam
  • Kiwi jam
  • Milk jam
  • Milk jam using the pressure-cooker
  • Mirabelle plum jam
  • Onion jam
  • Pear jam
  • Persimmon jam
  • Plum jam
  • Quince jam
  • Raspberry jam
  • Redcurrant jam
  • Rhubarb jam
  • Strawberry jam
  • Tomato jam





  • The lastest jam recipes :

    • Apple jam

      The apple is a fruit that can be adapted to all recipes. It adorns both sweet and salty meals. Try to make apple jam.

    • Apricot jam

      Making Apricot Jam is very simple because apricots can be very easily prepared. Here is a simple, quick and delicious recipe, which is even better with ripe apricots…

    • Banana jam

      Let’s change a little; this is a jam we are not used to taste, exotic as we like it.

    • Blackberry jam

      Seedless blackberry jam

    • Cherry jam

      This is a simple and traditional cherry recipe. The cherry is one of our favourite red fruits. This jam will delight your family.

    • Chestnut jam

      Chestnut cream, chestnut jam or sweet chestnut jam, to make head or tail of it! The sweet chestnut is beautiful and the fruit used for this recipe. It has different names and a unique taste appreciated by everybody.

    • Fig jam

      It is a true delight that can be spread on sweet crepes or accompany salty dishes, such as blue cheese or foie gras.

    • Four-red-fruit jam

      This is a very flexible jam. Some fruits can be added or removed, depending on each one preference. A little advice: Once fruits are prepared, they can be frozen so they can be added at the end of the season.

    • Kiwi jam

      This recipe is well liked by our Spanish friends. Simple and traditional, it is very good with crepes.

    • Milk jam

      It is also known as Dulce de Leche. The origin of the milk jam stays mysterious: It can be found on every continent. It is high in carbohydrates and will delight children and athletes. Try it on bread or crepes.

    • Milk jam using the pressure-cooker

      An express and infallible milk jam. It is high in carbohydrates and will delight children and athletes. It can be enjoyed on a slice of bread or on crepes.

    • Mirabelle plum jam

      This is a specialty from Lorraine. Depending on your tastes, a vanilla bean split in two can be added at the beginning of the reparation.

    • Onion jam

      It will perfectly match with meats and dishes in sauce. It can be served in summer barbecues or with liver paté in holidays!!!

    • Pear jam

      The pear jam is not well known. Try it: Its delicious taste will put some sunshine on bread or crepes in winter.

    • Persimmon jam

      The persimmon is the fruit of the persimmon tree, also known as the Japanese Plaquemine, the Chinese Plaquemine or the Sharon fruit. The Persimmon jam is delicious and changes a bit our habits.

    • Plum jam

      This recipe is adaptable to all kinds of plums: Mirabelle plum, Quetsche plum, Reine Claude plum… It is a delight on slices of bread for breakfast, on brioche for a snack or on crepes for diner. Here it is!

    • Quince jam

      It is very difficult to peel the quinces. This recipe will avoid this work!!! The quince jam to be spread over crepes is a treat for the tastebuds.

    • Raspberry jam

      This is a seedless raspberry jam. The raspberry is a very fragile fruit but very easy to freeze. This recipe of raspberry jam can be enjoyed by the whole family.

    • Redcurrant jam

      A recipe that is really jam and not jelly….

    • Rhubarb jam

      Due to its bitter-sweet taste, the rhubarb jam is delicious on a slice of bread for breakfast. If you are a fan of the rhubarb pie, you must taste this jam.

    • Strawberry jam

      This is a simple and delicious strawberry recipe. You can use gariguette strawberries, charlotte strawberries or any other variety of strawberry. It is a quick recipe because strawberries are very easy to prepare.

    • Tomato jam

      Sometimes it is important to be original!!!


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