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PLUMS


Cook jam quickly over high heat to ensure the freshest flavor


PLUM JAM Low-sugar pectin lets the natural sweet-tart flavor of summer fruit shine through in this homemade jam.


PREP TIME 10 MIN. – COOK TIME 7 MIN. READY IN 17 MIN. + CHILLING TIME – SERVINGS 10


4 cups (about 6–8) chopped plums ½ cup sugar 1 cinnamon stick


1 orange 3 tbsp low-sugar or no-sugar- needed pectin


Pectin


Packaged pectin helps naturally low-pectin


fruits set into jam. Find it in the baking aisle.


50 July/August 2019 | www.savoryonline.com


STEP 1 To a heavy-duty medium pot, add the plums, ½ cup water, sugar, and cinnamon stick. From the orange, grate zest of entire fruit and squeeze ¼ cup juice. Add to pot. STEP 2 Heat on medium-high and cook 4–5 min., until plums begin to soften, stirring occasionally. Stir in the pectin. Heat to a vigorous boil on high and cook mixture 2 min., until slightly thickened, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Discard cinnamon stick. STEP 3 Let jam cool slightly, then ladle into jars. Cool completely, then seal and refrigerate 2 hours, until set.


Per serving: 89 calories, 0g fat, 0g saturated fat, 0mg cholesterol, 0mg sodium, 23g carbohydrate, 2g fiber, 19g sugar, 1g protein


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