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May 6, 2008

Microwave Apple Jam

As I said previously, thanks to blog events, we are able to put our hand in so many new recipes. But, the satisfaction when we prepare them perfectly is unsurpassable. Here is one such recipe I have never even tried to make, but made it perfect for the first time. Hey! I am talking about the Apple Jam here!

I wanted to contribute for the wonderful event, “Putting Up” being hosted by Rosie of “Rosie Bakes a ‘Peace’ of Cake” and Pixie of “You Say Tomahto, I Say Tomayto”. It’s an event about Jams and Preserves. So I searched and searched and landed on this easy Jam recipe. I chose this recipe for two reasons: I have many apples at home and easily done in a microwave.
Here is the recipe.

Ingredients:
  • 2 Apples (any kind)
  • 1 ½ cups Sugar
  • 1 tsp Lemon Juice

Preparation:

Peel, core and chop apples into fine pieces.

Combine apple and sugar in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave on high for 3-5 minutes until apples are tender.

Take out from the microwave and beat apple mixture with electric mixer until well blended.

Microwave on high again for 3-4 minutes until the mixture becomes thick. Stir once during the cooking time.

Then finally stir in the lemon juice. Pour into prepared jars, seal and refrigerate.

Apply on bread slices and enjoy!

49 comments:

Rosie said... [Reply]

This is one recipe I MUST try out Uma it looks delicious!! I could eat this also spread over toast!!

Many thanks for partaking in this event too - wonderful entry!! Well done :)

Rosie x

Sagari said... [Reply]

yumy jam uma.

by the way I am going to make idli sambar for tonights dinner and will be waiting for uuu ,ok

Vanamala Hebbar said... [Reply]

jam is superb!! lovely

Yet to try all types of jam's...

Jayashree said... [Reply]

Sounds so easy to make....and looks real good....

Cham said... [Reply]

Wow Hummy Uma, it seems quiet easy :)Love the pic

Sukanya Ramkumar said... [Reply]

WOW!... Home made apple jam... Sounds great... YUMMY!... nice healthy recipe....Love it....

Divya said... [Reply]

yum yum yum ...wow it looks so yummy and easy too ..will try for sure

Divya Vikram said... [Reply]

Hey Uma..that sounds too simple..I too have to try this out..must have tasted delicious

Rose said... [Reply]

A great entry- thank you so much for your participation in our event!

Magnolia Wedding Planner said... [Reply]

I've never seen a jam made with microwave! thanks for the recipe and the tip. i saw you in a comment on Rosie's blog and it's really a big surprise for me having found such a fantastic blog as yours :-)
I'll follow you gladly!
Silvia

ANJALI J. said... [Reply]

loved this post.. jam looks so delicious.. cant wait to try it.

bee said... [Reply]

love the colour and transluscence of the jam. thanks for this recipe.

Annu said... [Reply]

Awesome Umaaaaaaaaaaa dear.

Madhavi said... [Reply]

Yummmyyyyy jam uma, looks delicious. thanxxx for sharing.

kamala said... [Reply]

Jam looks perfect Uma.Looks simple and easy to make

Mansi Desai said... [Reply]

wow, couldn't get any simpler than this! just 5 mins Uma?? really? awesome girl..I'll be trying this!

Kalai said... [Reply]

Now there's a quick one and that, too, in the microwave!! You rock, Uma! Awesome entry! :)

Meera said... [Reply]

That's totally awesome, Uma.
i agree with you. because of blogging, I am making new dishes for the events and learning something new everyday. like this MW jam of yours. I never knew that it can be made in MW and that too so quickly. Great entry.

Maya said... [Reply]

Wow, the jam looks so good!! And you made it in the microwave, even better. Great recipe Uma!!

sowmya said... [Reply]

That looks great...am going to try it soon

Red Chillies said... [Reply]

hey, you come up with some neat, easy ideas. This is awesome.

Roopa said... [Reply]

wow you are an expert in microwave cooking i guess:) excellent looking jam!!

Rachel said... [Reply]

Love the colour :)

Bhawana said... [Reply]

Nice dear.. looks very good

homecooked said... [Reply]

Wow,Uma...this looks yummy and pretty easy!

Srivalli said... [Reply]

uma...you are mean mean mean...:)..your've waited for mec to have this theme right...:)..kidding...that jam is so wonderful looking all so green and lovely..

Nupur said... [Reply]

Just three ingredients?! This looks great!

Asha said... [Reply]

Easy and healthy with no preservatives etc, great recipe to try. Good one Uma!:)

mitr_bayarea said... [Reply]

Uma-

apple jam looks like marmalade, am sure, it must take great. Thanks for this easy recipe.

Sandeepa said... [Reply]

This one is great, really. the MW part makes it the best

ANJALI J. said... [Reply]

hi uma, I dont know whats the matter but others can't see my images, but when i look at my own blog without signing in, i am able to see all my pics, isnt that strange? no idea :(

Anjali Damerla said... [Reply]

Hi Uma,
Thanks for visiting my blog.
I just recently brought some books from the lib to try out some jams and jellies that use spices.
There is nothing like a homemade jam, right?
Nice post.

Anjali

sra said... [Reply]

The colour is v nice, wish I could taste it.

karuna said... [Reply]

thnx for letting me knw abt the roti mela, i just sent in my entry. microwave jam....tht sounds really intresting.

Pravs said... [Reply]

wow, nice jam. I have few jam colloections in my blog.

Sig said... [Reply]

That's it? WOW, awesome recipe Uma... How long will it last?

Srivalli said... [Reply]

I have something for you, check my blog !

Padmaja said... [Reply]

Uma, I love that color of the apple jam, It looks superb!!Nice recipe and I am going to try

Prema Sundar said... [Reply]

jam looks nice and sounds easy too . thanks for the recipe.

easycrafts said... [Reply]

Quite an simple and healthy one

Priyanka said... [Reply]

the jam looks delicious. am not a great fan of apples though- probably will give it a try with strawberries or pineapple. like the layout of your blog- very clear, distinct and easy to read.

SASHREE said... [Reply]

hi first time to ur blog.Jam looks very delicious..shuld try this uma.
does the method for preparing mixed fruit jam is also da same way...??

Uma said... [Reply]

Dear friends,

Thank you so much for your encouraging, sweet words.

priyaskitchen said... [Reply]

sweeeeeet.....looks so yummy...

Amma said... [Reply]

even u have a lovely blog n grt things to learn from.will try out this jam for sure!!!thanks for ur lovely comment.keep visiting n ill do too.

Pixie said... [Reply]

Hi Uma,
stopping over to let you know the event is up and ready thanks again
pix

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Ulma, I am sorry but here is a warning to all- i tried this jam, and it went awful. i did exactky what the directions said, instead, for my results, i got thick, non spreadable awful tasting jam. again no effense, but this is the truth, and with all that sugar, i ruined my best pot. the sugar baked, and stuck to the edges of my bowl, and it wouldn't come off, i went through two sponges and a whole lot of dish detergent and it still stayed. the jam in the end like i said before, didnt taste so great. my tip- dont try it!

Uma said... [Reply]

Hi Anonymous,

Sorry to hear that this jam didn't came out good for you! But it came out perfect for me. It might be due the differences between power of the microwaves. This is not my own recipe, I just followed it from a different source which I have linked in my recipe. As you can see, it was easily spreadable for me! we really enjoyed a lot and the taste also came good. Don't know how you made it!

Hampers said... [Reply]

Yum Yum Yum this looks good! :) Can't wait to try it out!

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