Cherry jam in the crock-pot for the winter - photo recipe, how to cook

Cherry jam

Cherry jam

Cherry jam is one of those delicacies that almost everyone likes, but only few people like to cook it, which is quite natural.


Firstly, it is harvested in a very hot summer period, and few people want to be at the hot stove for several hours. Secondly, cooking jam requires certain skills, as well as continuous intervention in the cooking process, that is, a constant presence at the stove.


If you want to avoid all these problems, we recommend cooking cherry jam in a slow cooker, which will ensure the most automated and practically independent of the person process. The only thing you have to do yourself is periodically stir the jam.


Why is cherry jam useful?


Cherries are a familiar summer berry, rich in many useful substances and vitamins, and jam from it is an excellent way to combat colds and a generous source of folic acid.


Cherry is indispensable in the presence of problems with the cardiovascular system in the elderly: it strengthens the heart muscle and blood vessels, prevents the formation of blood clots, helps get rid of the initial signs of varicose veins. Cherry jam, of course, is less useful than fresh berry, but it is easily digested and well tolerated by the stomach.
Cherry jam


Advantages of making cherry jam in a slow cooker


If you do not know how to cook cherry jam, then it is best to cook it in a slow cooker. This multifunctional kitchen gadget will help you to prepare your favorite delicacy for winter in any amount without the hassle. The only requirement is to stir the berries periodically to ensure a uniform warm-up and prevent burning of the product.


Before you can cook jam in a multivark, you must first determine the exact number of ingredients to be loaded. Their volume, as a rule, should be equal to a quarter of the volume of the multicooker. For example, if the container has a volume of 2 liters, then no more than 0.5 kilograms of cherries should be loaded into it.


During the cooking process, it is recommended to remove the steam valve.With the usual removal of the inside and the top left, the jam that starts to foam during the cooking process can simply “run away”.


Cherry jam recipes for different models of multicooker


Regardless of which multicooker you use (Panasonik, Lacucina, Redmond, Oursson, Maruchi, Stadler or Form), the principles of making jam in it remain almost the same. At the same time, you need to know which mode to choose for each of the models, how to load products into it, and how much time you need.


For example, to cook cherry jam in the Panasonic multicooker, you need to pour one kilogram of cherries with syrup, cooked from 1 kilogram of sugar and 01 l of water, turn on the “Quenching” mode and cook for 60 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes and periodically removing the foam. Ready jam pour in banks and roll up tightly lids.


Cherry jam


In Lacucina, berries and sugar are recommended to be laid simultaneously in the same proportions. In this case, cherry jam is prepared in the "Baking" mode for one hour, not forgetting to stir it constantly.


And in the Multicooker Redmond Jam is best cooked according to a special recipe. For it, you need to take 300 grams of frozen pitted cherries, cover them with two cups of sugar, pour in a third of a glass of water and leave for several hours in heat-resistant dishes.Then mix the mixture. Pour water into the slow cooker to the bottom mark, place a container of cherries in it, and set the “Soup” program (4 hours long). Cool the prepared jam and leave for 8-9 hours to soak the berries in syrup. Then packaged in dry jars.


Jam in a multivariate to cook is not difficult. The only negative - small portions. But you can use different recipes and prepare for the winter a lot of a variety of delicacies of cherries.