looking for FROG Jam recipe

Kim_NC

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Anyone have a recipe for FROG Jam (Fig, Raspberry, Orange, Ginger)? I'm getting requests for the flavor and haven't made it before.

I found a couple recipes online, but they're vastly different from each other. Maybe someone here at BYC has a favorite you would share?
 

ranchhand

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I was just going to say you win my vote for catchiest title!


I HAD to come look. And the FROG jam sounds wonderful.
 

Frogdogtimestwo

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I have not made it but I would choose the recipes without the artificial flavored gelatin crap first, most of the recipes I came across had that in them. I am going to try this one for my Christmas baskets this year, it sounds fabulous. I usually end up trying 4 or 5 new every year some are a success some not so much
Posted for BYC members to try!

FROG JAM

4 cups of Figs
2 cups of Raspberries
½ cup fresh Oranges juice
1 TSP of minced Ginger
1 pinch of clove seasoning (optional)
2 ½ cups of white sugar
1 pouch of liquid pectin
1 TSP of lemon Juice
Directions
1. In a blender mix and mash all the fruits together.
2.Allow to sit for 30 minutes
3.Place fruit mixture in a large pot
4.Mix in the liquid pectin with the sugar.
5.Bring the mixture to a rolling boil over high heat.
6.Stir continuously
7.When thick lower the heat to a low heat for 45 minutes
8.Add a pinch of clove and continue to boil for 1 minute.
9.Remove from the heat.
10. Continue to stir for five minutes
11.Remove from heat and skim foam from surface
12.Ladle mixture into sterilized ½ pint jars leaving 1/4 inch of headspace.
13.Wipe the jar rim with a clean cloth and attach lid.
14.Seal and water process for 10 minutes.
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Dragonfly Ranch

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Quote:Printed this one off and will try. We lost most of our figs due to cold weather but noticed that there is a second crop coming on. I have made plain ole Fig jam but this one sounds really good.

Intersting that you would make a "FROG" Jam given your BYC title -


Sandee
 

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