10 March 2012

blueberry jam and a greek yougurt dessert












I never made before blueberry jam for the simple reason always have  a few blueberries and make desserts but these year  was the blueberry year and I wanna try make marmalade or jam.This recipe is adapted from Revista Paula Cocina 1997.



Ingredients

1 kilo of blueberries fresh or freeze
1/2 cup of  red wine (120 ml)
800 grs. sugar
120 ml orange juice
1 apple chopped


Method


In a large saucepan place the blueberries, sugar, wine and orange juice,  then add the chopped apple, stir well to mix.
Cook, stirring all the time with a wooden spoon over medium heat for 1 hour or less or to give point to the jam.

You can try a little in a plate to see is thick.
 Cut the fire . Let cool slightly.
Pack in sterilized jars and the mermalada cool thoroughly before applying the cap.
 

Greek yogurt dessert

1 greek yogurt (plain)
2 tablespoon of blueberry jam


Only place the greek yogurt and place over the blueberry jam, if you want you can add some slice almonds or granola.
enjoy!


Print recipe here

Im sharing with


Mixitup





EN ESPAÑOL


Mermelada de arándanos y postre de yogurt griego






Nunca había hecho mermelada de arándanos porque siempre conseguí en cantidades pequeñas, pero este año gracias a mi cuñada la Ñoca (que es super buena persona) me trajó una buena cantidad quise probar esta receta que encontré en una Paula cocina antigua, estupenda receta.
Aqui se las dejo, pueden usar arándanos congelados o frescos.
El vino no se nota pero le da un sabor especial y delicioso.


Ingredientes

1 kilo de arándanos
1/2 taza de vino tinto (120 ml)
800 grs. de azúcar
1/2 taza de jugo de naranja (120 ml)
1 manzana picada finita (es para que quede más espesa)


Preparación

En una olla grande colocar los arándanos, vino, azúcar, jugo de naranja y manzana picada, mezclar bien.

Cocinar a fuego medio revolviendo siempre con una cuchara de madera. Hacer esto durante una hora o hasta darle punto a la mermelada.
Retirar del fuego.
Se puede probar un poco en un plato para saber si está espesa, si no se corre está bien.
Dejar entibiar antes de poner en los frascos esterilizados
Colocar las tapas y guardar en el refrigerador.

Para el postre es super simple, en un bol poner el yogurt griego o yogurt natural (sin azucar) agregar unas dos cucharaditas de mermelada de arándanos y servir, se le puede agregar granola o almendras en láminas sirve para el postre o para el desayuno.


84 comments:

  1. Mmmm. Another tasty-looking concoction!

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  2. Mmmmm this sounds good. I love greek yoghurt, but N is not so keen so I use fromage blanc which I do not think is as nice!!!! As long as he is happy! Diane

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    1. Thanks Diane Ithink with fromage blanc is amazing, also with vanilla Ice cream:)

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  3. Delicious and easy!
    Un beso

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  4. We got blueberries and yogurt...yes, I can do this ~

    Thank you ~

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  5. Amazing!! Looks absolutely delicious :) I love greek yogurt, so why not add blueberries? YUMMY! Hope you have a lovely weekend Gloria!

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    1. Thanks a lot Emily yogurt an blueberries is amazing!

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  6. very good like th coulours !!pierre

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  7. so many berry recipes.....yummy

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  8. YUM! Looks good & with blueberry jam sounds divine! :)

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  9. speaking my language with the jam...and i use it as a topping for vanilla ice cream too...

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    1. Thanks Brian I think is really nice fro Vanilla ice cream too!

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  10. Yummy Yummy........iam sure this tastes simply superb....Going 2 try this soon......
    Maha

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  11. this is a super dessert - delicious and healthy - LOVE this!
    Mary x

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  12. Fresh and delicious! Love the blueberry jam topping.

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  13. You're sure jamming away today.

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  14. Beautiful! What a fabulous jam!

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  15. That looks delicious! I've never made blueberry jam, either!

    I love your leaves turning red in your photo for today!

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  16. I've never made jam but I sure could eat your dessert right now! It sounds healthy!

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  17. Que suerte tener muchos arándanos, suena bien la mermelada, no queda con gusto a vino?
    Cariños, estas fotos son antiguas? estan buenas.

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    1. son con el celular Pilar, no el vino nose nota para nada porque se evapora, queda super!

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  18. I always love greek foods

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  19. This jam looks delicious. I have never had blueberry jam before, yum!

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  20. Thanks a lot words of Deliciousness

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  21. Que rico....esto lo hago para el desayuno...me encanta!!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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    1. Gracias Marcela, para el desayuno es muy bueno cierto:)

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  22. mamma mia .. quanto deve essere buono questo dessert.. complimenti!

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    1. Thanks a lot Fiori di loto (what lovely name) grazie:)

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  23. Your jam looks perfectly jelled and delicious! What a lovely, healthy treat with the Greek yogurt...yum! Hope you're having a good weekend, my friend! xo

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    1. Thanks Lizzy hope you have a nice weekend too:)

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  24. I've always been too afraid to make jam :) Yours turned out beautifully though. So good!

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    1. Is really easy dear I begin to make when I had in summer a lot of apricots :)

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  25. your blueberry jam looks divine - like a jar of purple jewels!

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  26. Me encanta todo lo que cocinas con los berries. Eres una experta!! Tu mermelada se ve super apetitosa. Es que como las hechas en casa, no hay.
    Un beso

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    1. Cierto Nathy, la suerte es que me han regaldo arándanos si no podría! besos

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  27. Gloria, preparas siempre unos postres que me encantan. Este por ejemplo mes de los que me encantan. Tengo que probar también esa tarta de limón que haces en el microondas.
    Abrazos.

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    1. Gracias Amparo te recomiendo la tarta de limón de todas maneras:)

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  28. Looks just beautiful! You photograph in a lovely way too. K

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  29. Oh Gloria, we love your Blueberry Jam recipe with red wine and would love to post on our website :)

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  30. OK Dears post it dont problem:)

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  31. Another gorgeous dessert and healthy too!

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  32. Oh how lovely to have so much blueberries to make jam, they taste delicious with yoghurt but they are so expensive here!

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  33. looks like a great treat creamy and so good

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  34. Looks so good! I love blueberries, and can't wait for them to be in season again! Would love for you to link up: http://iamaddictedtorecipes.blogspot.com/p/link-party.html
    Have a great night!

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  35. Being a Greek I grew up loving our yogurt. We eat it very much like the way you did it! we also eat it with honey. I love both ways! You have a lovely collection of recipes in your blog!

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    1. thanks katherina. thanks for stopping by:)

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  36. Hi Gloria,

    I love blueberries and this blueberry jam recipe looks so easy. Maybe I should try and get a blueberry plant. Might be a good idea if I would like to make this jam. And I think they are very healthy to eat, and I need some of that right now.

    Hope all is well with your father.

    God bless.

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    1. Dear Mrsupole is really easy and nice:)
      blueberries are so good for you dear!

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  37. These are make for each other; I can almost taste the creamy blueberry; so good!
    Rita

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  38. I bet these paired perfectly together. Blueberry jam sounds delicious. I've never made it before either.

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  39. Hi Gloria, thanks for dropping by my space...this jam looks awesome...I also have a food blog, do visit sometime :-)

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    1. OK. I love the blo I stopping by so I will visit with pleasure your other blog!:)

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  40. This looks delicious! I make my own yogurt so I can't wait to try this on it! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday:)

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  41. Hi chicka bonita,

    Wow... I didn't know that you have blueberries there?

    I love blueberries. Pie & vanilla ice cream? That's awesome.

    P.S,
    I just started to open a new foodie blog today and might have some of your recipe's that I would like to use and done my modifying variant.

    Happy Monday & beso mas,
    /chie

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  42. Me encanta esta mermelada!! debe ser una delicia, como todas tus recetas. Besos

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    1. Gracias Rosana, me encanta quwe hagas mis recetas!! (lol)

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  43. que pena que por acá ya no se consiguen, la temporada de venta en buenos aires es cortísima y además son hiper caros, así que me tengo que conformar con comprar la mermelada preparada.

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  44. This looks simply devine!

    MRs. Delightful
    www.ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com

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  45. Thanks so much for sharing at Scrumptious Sunday! Have a great weekend!

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