Armenian jam has its name – muraba. It has long been one of the favorite delicacies, they serve it for tea, and they use it as a dessert. Of what only Armenian masters did not cook and prepare jam! This and a variety of fruits and berries – apricots, peaches, cherry, currant, black mulberry, strawberry, plum, fig, raspberry, pear, quince, dogwood, apples, watermelon, melon – and even vegetables. Have you tried jam from walnuts, aubergines, pumpkins, tomatoes and cucumbers, jam from petals of tea roses, petals of apricot, acacia – these are real delicacies.
Unlike marmalade and jelly, jam is prepared so that fruits and vegetables keep their shape, not boiled and freely distributed in syrup. Sugar syrup is prepared immediately before cooking jam. Sugar is poured into the hot water, stirring to dissolve, bring to a boil and boil for another five minutes. The process of cooking jam usually takes place in several stages, so that the products do not change color and shape.
The jams of TM Kilikia are not only welded on all the canons of classic recipes of Armenian housewives and not only from the best Armenian fruits. They are welded with love, so that you can enjoy a culinary masterpiece called Armenian jam all year round.
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