Elderberry Jam Review

                                                      Rita's Gr-Gr-Mom's Elderberry Jam
                                                                     Here's the recipe.

It jelled to the perfect consistency with no added pectin.
You have to really watch it the last 10 minutes -- stir constantly.

I agree with Rita's Great Grandmother -- it is DELICIOUS!
Tastes "elderberry-y" with a hint of orange at the end -- different and good!

I must have used an apple that doesn't go "mushy" very easy.  I cooked down the
apples till most was smooth.  But, even after the extra 30 minutes of cooking, I still had some
apple chunks.  Don't get me wrong, it still tastes wonderful,  I would just dice the apples next time.
I love the whole elderberries in it -- just plain pretty to look at :-)

The recipe made 10 half pint jars.
(Christmas presents!!!!)

.....dr momi

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Sharon said...

I can't wait to try it! I've made elderberry jelly, but this sounds like taking it to a whole new level!

labbie1 said...

Yum! and Yum to the jelly too! :)

Candy C. said...

Delicious AND beautiful, how can you go wrong?!?

Alida Sharp said...

oh my goodness, that looks so yummy!

laughwithusblog said...

My mouth is watering!

Unknown said...

I have never tasted anything with elderberries, but that looks delicious!

Kim said...

The elderberries in the Pacific NW are just starting to ripen~I can't wait to try this along with the Black Ice Cream Vitamins! :)

dr momi said...

You're going to love it Kim and Sharon!!

Thanks for commenting everyone wish I could send you all a taste!

Maura @ Kisiwa Creek Photography said...

Oh goodness...this looks delicious!! I've never had elderberry jam but I have had elderberry concentrate...I love it. I found you through Fresh From The Farm and I'm glad I came for a visit. I hope you're having a great long weekend.
Maura :)