Mixed Fruits Jam-Here is the recipe for homemade mixed fruits and vegetable jam with no added sugar and preservatives.This recipe is a blend of vegetables, fruits, dry fruits and no sweeteners specially curated for babies, toddlers and kids.It is pectin free mixed fruits jam made at home and loaded with a lot of nutrients.I am a lover of mixed fruits jam and I can it as an accompaniment to idly / dosa /roti /bread and even just gobble it up. But the number of preservatives & loaded artificial sugars always makes me scary. I haven’t given my son any store-bought jams.I have always made them at home in healthy ways and below is the recipe for an absolute sugar-free jam after several attempts. Continue reading “Mixed Fruits Jam-Homemade with Vegetables & Dry Fruits for Babies , Toddlers & Kids-No Sugar & Preservatives”
MANGOES-I drool when I hear the name,so is my little boy.When the last few mangoes were entering our home I thought of making some mango jam for my son and here is the recipe for you.This recipe is a no white sugar ,no preservative recipe hence it is very safe for your kids.I have already posted beetroot jam and strawberry dates jam recipes.The colour totally depends on the variety of mango used and the type of sugar used.The glaze which you find in beetroot jam is missing here because I have replaced white sugar with palm sugar.LO loves jam and hence I always make jams with various fruits/veggies for him with no sugar and no preservatives.Do give a try and let me know your feedback. Continue reading “HOME MADE MANGO JAM-PRESERVATIVE FREE”
There is something extra special to me apart from today being V’day…Any guess?? It is my blog first anniversary. Thanks from the bottom of my heart for a great support,trust and love from each of you.The journey has been extremely commendable and the credit goes to my dear readers and beloved well wishers. 🙂 A special bow down to each of you who supported and encouraged me in proceeding with my blog’s PURPOSE in this one year 🙂 I shall write special of dedication in detail marking my blog anniversary and now let’s get into today’s recipe.
I have a craze to try every single possible thing at home when it comes to cooking. It is not only healthy but you get an immense pleasure seeing the outcome. Every time I use it, I really feel that I am doing some justice to my family members. I am an ardent fan of sweets(Be it any from plain sugar to any high calorie sweet) . I can finish them in no time. I remember running in grocery shops to pick jam bottle though mom has a stock or not. My love for jam still continues but I remain slightly controlled 😉 My aunt made this jam(only with beet) when I was pregnant and I had it stored for 3 months. I just scare for the sugar part which is added otherwise this is a very healthy recipe. I thought to add carrots so that I can reduce the amount of sugar added. Check the recipe and try for yourself. Do not forget to write me your comments please…
- Beet Root-4 small sized
- Carrot-3 medium sized
- Lemon juice-2 drops.
- Sugar-1 cup
1.Wash and peel carrot and beet root.
2.Pressure cook for 5 whistles.
3.Chop them roughly,add to a blender and mash them completely.
4.Dissolve sugar in some water and keep it aside.
5.In a heavy bottomed pan add the beet carrot paste and let it boil.
6.Keep it in medium flame and stir it.
7.When it first begin to boil(bubble arises) add the sugar dissolved and mix well.
8.Now close the pan and keep stirring occasionally.
9.Keep a watch for the right consistency.
10.When it thickens slow down the flame and add lemon juice and stir well.
11.Switch off immediately and store in an airtight container after cooling.
12.Let it rest one day or night(max of 8 hours) in room temperature and then refrigerate.
13.Enjoy this yummy jam as a spread on your idly/dosa/bread/bun/roti/phulkha.
Adjust sugar as per your taste.
You can even skip carrot here.
Do not let it cook/boil after adding lemon juice. It will become bitter in taste.
Whenever you open the lid to stir,slow down the flame and stir. The bubbles might splash on you and hurt.
Use a thick pan and a long ladle.
Do not let it thicken too much it might becomes so hard like a candy.
Babies above one year can be given this very occasionally. Best would be to even reduce the sugar level.
Do not use this daily because your little one might develop a sweet tooth.
This stays three months perfect if refrigerated.
You can skip lemon juice and store for 2 weeks.
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