Fig Jam Ingredients and Preparation

30 minutes

super easy


Fig jam is one of the indispensable flavors of many tables. Fig jam, which is very nutritious, is also very easy to prepare. I have this ridiculous amount of ripe figs that I enthusiastically bought since the season started. My solution to this is always jam, so I threw all the figs into a large pot and made homemade jam.

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Adjust Servings
1 Tea Cup Water
Half Lemon Juice
Up to 1 Kg of Fresh Figs
1 Teaspoon of Butter
600 Gr Granulated Sugar

Nutritional Information

8.7g Fat
8mg Cholesterol
196mg Sodium
1277.4g Carbohydrate
12.1g Protein




First of all, the stems of the figs are cut and the figs are washed and kept in a strainer,
Then the figs are lined up in a single row in a large pot,
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Add water

After the stacking process, powder sugar and water are added and cooked on low heat.
Figs are not mixed in order not to damage the figs,
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Mixing is mixed by shaking the pot slightly to the right and left.
Butter is added when it starts to boil.
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Add lemon

The boiling process continues until the figs are soft,
Add lemon juice together with the jam and boil for 5 more minutes, then remove from the stove.
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Fresh fig jam

After the fresh fig jam has cooled, it is placed in jars and should be kept in a cool place.
The softening of the figs means that they reach their consistency. The boiling process is determined by the softening of the figs.
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*Nutrition info is a rough estimate based on the ingredients. Note that values may vary from case to case.
As with all recipes, there is a number of ways you can get things done. If you believe that some of the instructions can be improved, or have a good alternative solution, feel free to leave a comment.

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