The third method is the most accurate, I use them only.
Lately, I've spread the jam recipes, and many do not understand the comments, how to check the readiness of the jam. So I gathered 3 years of proven ways today to tell you about them.
Why is it important Dowar jam until ready? It's simple: If the jam does not Dowar, he has time and decreases the storage temperature changes. Jam, cooked properly, safely stored at room temperature for more than a year.
Let's get started!
1. Checking on the drop
For this method I previously put a plate in the freezer. When the jam boil specified in the recipe time, I take a little jam cold spoon and drips on the plate. If a drop left the ball, rather than spread out - the jam is ready.
2. Checking flowoff
On a clean, dry bowl pour some liquid jam and put away in the cold. When the jam on the plate is completely cooled down, I spend a finger through the jam. If the jam does not fill the remainder of the trail, so it's ready.
For the first two cases, the jam should be removed from the heat at the time of the test, to make sure we do not digest, if it is ready.
3. Check with a thermometer
This is the most reliable way to check the readiness of jam. In addition to reliability, it is also the easiest. But cooking thermometer is required for verification. I have several different, but it is best to fit a thermometer with a probe on a wire.
The temperature of the finished jam 105 ° C. So I just expose the thermometer timer that beeps when a jam reaches this temperature. The fire on the stove is set so that the weight is not much in full swing, and you can go about their business, only occasionally stir the jam.
With the result that
Now that you know how to check the readiness of the jam. I believe that the easiest and safest way is to get a thermometer. His thermometer with probe on cable I bought at IKEA for 400 rubles., In addition to the jam can be used when cooking meat and other foods that require precise temperature.
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