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Plums Mirabelles Jam
Plums Mirabelles Jam Plums Mirabelle plums jam tastes particularly aromatic when using ripe fruits. Halve plums and mirabelle plums, remove seeds and pour into a pot. ...
pop corn
Pop corn can easily be prepared in a slightly larger pot so that all corn grains are in contact with the bottom of the pot. Pour the corn germ oil into the pot and spread on the bottom by swivelling the pot. ...
Pumpkin Orange Jam
Pumpkin Orange Jam For pumpkin orange jam peel 3 large oranges, peel the white skins and weigh 250 g of fruit flesh. Peel the pumpkin, remove the seeds, weigh 750 g pumpkin and cut into cubes. ...
Quince Bread
Quince Bread is best prepared when you also want to cook jelly. Wash, dry and chop the quinces. ...
Quince Jam
Quince Jam For quince jam, rub the down on the bowl with a cloth. Quince, remove the core and the flower. ...
Quince Jelly
Quince Jelly For quince jelly pour water into a pot. Wash the quinces, grate them dry, dice them coarsely and put them into the pot with their core. ...
Quince jelly with apple
Quince jelly with apple tastes particularly aromatic if you use very ripe quinces and a tart variety of apples such as Boskop. The quantity is enough for about 3 small jam jars. ...
Raspberry jam
Raspberry jam can be used in many ways. Rinse raspberries, drain and place in a pot. ...
Raspberry passion fruit jam
Raspberry passion fruit jam For raspberry passion fruit jam first rinse raspberries, drain and pour into a pot. Cut the passion fruit in half. ...

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