Some bread machines have a jam setting, to make jam. I'll add recipes here as I find them!
Year ‘Round Spiced Peach Jam
1 Attach kneading blade in the bread pan.2 Place ingredients into the bread pan in the following order:sugar, pectin, peaches, cloves, nutmeg and lemon juice.3 Carefully insert bread pan into breadmaker and gently close lid.4 Plug the power cord into a wall outlet.5 Press the Menu button until the “Jam” program is selected.6 Press the Start button.7 When the Jam cycle is complete.8 Open the lid and, using oven mitts, firmly grasp the bread panhandle and gently pull the pan straight up and out of the machine.☞CAUTION: The breadmaker and pan may be very hot!Always handle with care.9 Unplug the breadmaker and let jam cool.10 Using oven mitts, carefully pour the jam into a glass or metalcontainer.11 Cover and refrigerate to set.12 Jam will keep, stored in refrigerator, 2-3 weeks.MAKES ABOUT 1-1/2 CUPS
Ingredients:2 1/2 cups raspberries1 3/4 cup sugar2 ounces liquid pectin
Cut up about 2 1/2 cups of
fresh fruit. Add no more than 1 3/4 cups of sugar (to 2 1/2 cups fruit)
and a package of fruit pectin. Place all ingredients into the Bread Pan.
Insert Bread Pan into breadmaker. Select "Basic" setting. Press
Start/Stop for 1 second to begin the mixing process. Allow this mixing
to continue for no more than 6 min. Press Start/Stop for 3 sec. to stop
this cycle. Select "Bake" setting and press Start/Stop button for 1
second to start the baking program. After 60 min. the Bake cycle is
finished. Remove the bread pan with oven mitts. Let cool for 45 min.,
and then your contents into glass jars. Close tightly and store in
refrigerator. Use same recipe for strawberry and blueberry jams.
Warning: The only review on this recipe was that it was too thin. I have not made it myself.
Here's a few recipes from one source:
Here are recipes and info that came with my Breadman Ultimate. I would
follow the procedure that came with your machine and compare the volume
of ingredients to your basic recipe just in case these recipes are too
large. To anyone with a machine without a jam cycle, I wouldn't
recommend making jam in a regular bread machine - aside from the heat
controls and timing needed, I'm not sure if a standard bread machine
will handle the liquid properly (and what a sticky mess this would be
inside your machine!) Breadman has a great site if you'd like to check
it out: http://www.breadman.comHappy Cooking,BetsyTips: - Do not reduce sugar or use sugar substitutes. The exact amount of sugar, fruit and pectin are necessary for a good set.- Use only ripe fruit - not overripe or underripe (unless noted) for best flavor.- Do not puree fruit. Crush with a potato masher or food processor. Jam should have bits of fruit in it.- Recipes should not exceed 3 1/2 cups- Be sure to measure the fruit BEFORE it has been crushed, NOT AFTER.Strawberry-Rhubarb JamPlace all ingredients in baking pan and start jam cycle:3/4 cup (8 oz.) strawberries (very ripe), hulled3/4 cup (8 oz.) rhubarb (firm/crisp), roughly chopped1 2/3 cups (13 oz) white sugarRaspberry JamPlace all ingredients in baking pan and start jam cycle:1 1/2 cups (12 oz.) red or black raspberries1 1/2 cups (12 oz.) white sugar2 tablespoons honeyThis
jam will be very liquid when cycle is completed and will thicken when
completely cooled. If desired, strain to eliminate the seeds.Blue Kiwi Mango JamPlace all ingredients in baking pan and start jam cycle:3/4 cup (6 oz.) kiwi fruit (ripe, but not mushy), peeled and chopped3/4 cup (6 oz.) mango (BARELY RIPE), peeled and chopped1 1/2 cups (12 oz.) white sugar1 teaspoon lemon zest, grated (see note)1 teaspoon orange zest, grated (see note)4 drops blue food coloringNote: Lemon and orange zest are grated from the surface of the peel. Make sure none of the bitter white rind is included.Peach-Raisin JamPlace all ingredients in baking pan and start jam cycle:1 1/2 cups (12 oz.) ripe peaches, pitted1 1/2 cups + 1 tablespoon white sugar2 tablespoons golden raisins, soaked1 tablespoon brown sugar2 whole cloves1/8 teaspoon ground allspice
Recipe Index: Beverages > Dairy
Ingredients1 cup crushed ripe strawberries
1/2 cup crushed ripe blueberries
1 cup sugar
1.5 tablespoons low sugar pectin (only low sugar kind!!!)
1/2 cup water
2 teaspoons lemon juice
DirectionsAdd to breadmaker in order listed, and set to Jam setting. Only use this if your bread maker has a jam setting!!
When ready, pour into sterilized jars to within 1/8 of lip. Wipe edge of
jar, cap and seal. Invert for 5 minutes. Turn rightside up and test for
seal (press down if seal isn't quite tight). Let stand overnight.
Makes about 14-16 oz of jam.
well, got my question answered for low or no sugar jam/jelly. Thank you Kybella for this link:
I found a jam recipe here for jam or jelly
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