Wednesday, March 3, 2010

rose jam

* 225 gr. rose leaves (without stalks)
* 6 1/4 glasses granulated sugar
* 3 3/4 glasses water
* 4 lemon salt cubes or 4 tablespoons lemon juice

Put the water and rose leaves into a pan, cover and boil until the rose leaves go almost a white color. Then add the sugar and boil with the lid off until the syrup thickens. Dissolve the lemon salt cubes in 1/8 glass water (or add the lemon juice to the water), pour this into the pan after the syrup has thickened, bring to the boil once, remove from heat, and with a perforated spoon remove the foam on the syrup. Pour the jam into a bowl, and after it has completely cooled down, put into a jaar and close the lid tightly. Eat as desired.

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