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Try this tropical jam warm over pancakes and waffles or spread on bread when it's cool. If jam is still too liquid, cook minutes more. Keeps in Honey Jam. Peach Freezer Jam. Banana Jam. Quick Strawberry Rhubarb Jam. This jam is not canned University of Georgia To make jam.
Place prepared Pour jam into freezer containers or Freezer Jam. Blubarb Jam. Cranberry Strawberry Jam. Cranana Jam Recipe - Allrecipes. Need a new idea for using cranberries this holiday season? This recipe combines cranberries with mashed bananaa unique jam you'll love. Let stand 24 hours, then refrigerate up to 3 weeks or store in freezer.
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If you could find one of those, a large Dutch oven should work as long as the jars seal. I do not have a canner either, but I just tip my jars upside down as soon as they are filled. I am not sure if that would work with this recipe or not, but I am about to try it that way! Let me know how it works for you! It did work!! And it is delicious!!!!
Thanks again for the recipe!! I've just been given a LOT like a few dozen bananas and being that I'm a canner, my very first thought was, 'how can I get these into those? One question for you, in steps 4 and 5, do you have your burner on medium, med-high sorry I'm a stickler for details Thanks for the help!
LOL I use a gas stove and the markings on the burner are long gone but I would say that it is medium heat. Hope that helps! Adjust as needed. How many jars does this batch make? Are they 1pint jars? I got 3 crystal jelly jars of jam as shown in the photo. Two cups of sugar!!!!! Bananas are plenty sweet all on their own Reply.
The sugar is what helps the jam gel. If you don't add enough, what you'll have is mashed bananas. I would really like to try this, but I need a better copy of it. Could someone tell me how to copy and paste this. I tried printing it but the recipe is in such tiny print and so light that I cannot read it. How long is the banana jam good for?
I don't have an exact time. Mine doesn't generally last more than a month or so because we eat it so quickly. Maybe check a canning site? This was the easiest jam to make I added just a little vanilla to it I was wondering what the shelf life is after a water bath canning of the banana jam do you know or could you guess?
I would imagine the shelf life is the same as any other jam as long as it seals properly. It never lasts that long in our house! I made this jam today and it separated in the water bath, a layer of banana pulp and a layer of liquid in the bottom. Will it mix back together as it cools or did I do something wrong? Mine has never done that. It came out of the water bath the way it looks in the picture.
Did the jars seal? If not, it may be that water from the canner seeped into the jars? My kids LOVE peanut butter and banana sandwiches but bananas go bad so quickly that I'm definitely going to try this! Thanks : Reply. Would coconut sugar work in this recipe? I have no idea. I have never heard of coconut sugar before. I'm not sure it would set up the same but you could try. I don't think I have ever tried banana jam.
I bet my son would LOVE it, his favorite fruit is bananas. I would like to learn how to make my own jam! I have never heard of banana jam! Will make this!! It's absolutely delicious! I never heard of banana jam until now!
I love making jams, I'll have to try this one and let you know how it goes. This looks doable! I have wanted to can. My Mom and Grandma both canned a lot. I remember listening to the lids popped as they sealed. If not we were eating lots of green beans. I wish I had a pot to try your recipe, but not I know for next time.
I bet this is awesome on peanut butter. It definitely is amazing! Is it really that easy? I've always wanted to try canning, but thought it would be hard.
Your recipe tells me otherwise. Some recipes are harder than others. This one is super easy though! I really like bananas, and think I'd enjoy this. I have done water bath canning in the past, but it's been quite a few years. I prefer doing jam with a water bath also. I never seem to have enough room for freezer jam. Plus jam makes such a great gift : I love your recipe, my kids love bananas!
Wow I can honestly say I have never tried Banana Jam. That would be good with peanut butter or nutella!! Thanks for linking up to Friday Food Frenzy Reply. This sounds really yummy! I bet it's fabulous with peanut butter! I really want to learn though!
You use a water bath method to can your jams and jelly's. You'll become addicted. I made violet and dandelion jelly last weekend. I started with grape jelly and jalapeno jelly last fall.
Yes, that's all there is to it. It's really very easy and fun! It sounds yummy. Send to poeticsongmaker6 aol. I'm a relative newcomer to water-bath canning, and now that I know how simple it is, I wish I had learned how years ago. So far, the spreads I've made include apple butter and jelly, blueberry jam, and clementine marmalade, but I love the idea of banana jam because bananas are available year-round, meaning I could make it any time.
Thanks for sharing this recipe! I've never heard of banana jam, but it looks great! I've added this page to my StumbleUpon! Awesome idea! Oh yum! I would love this! I've never thought of making banana jam. I usually make banana bread with my elderly bananas, but this would be a great new idea to try.
One time mine were SO gone, so black that I gave up and tossed them in the freezer. When I thawed them, they had 'turned' as me Mum would've said, so much that they rather poured out of the peel and I wondered about a banana liqueur! They made the very best banana bread I've ever made!
Now I'm thinking that a touch of this jam on arm banana breadhmmmmm. Sounds like a fantastic idea to me! I am also a busy mother of six sons. All I need everyday I need recipes that I can feed my family in a healthy way. Secondly, I also want to learn how to sew, because i can't affort money to buy something to cover my sons' body at once.
I need to buy few at a time. Lastly, I need ideas of conservation instead of wasting. I google and i found your recipe of the banana jam and i promise to make one recipe for my family. Thanks for stopping by, Rosemary! I hope you enjoy it! Have you tried frozen bananas to make the banana jam? I'm sure it would be darker than using fresh ones, but That's a great idea, Mari!
I used to toss the bananas that were turning into the freezer to save for making banana bread too. LOL I've done the same thing. I found your site from the Problogger group writing project. I've never heard of banana jam, but that sounds and looks amazing!
My kids can't get enough bananas as it is. I had Bananas (Extended Mix) - Jammin Jimm - Bananas (CD) idea you could do this with bananas, thanks for sharing Ellen. Banana Jam looks like something even I could make : Reply.
Years ago, Bananas (Extended Mix) - Jammin Jimm - Bananas (CD), my grandmother and mom would make Banana jams, the traditional way. I think it involved some boiling, straining and then again further boiling till the jam reaches a Bananas (Extended Mix) - Jammin Jimm - Bananas (CD) consistency. The colour would turn a deep red somewhere along the way with no added food colours - The process was too lengthy and required lots of stirring around.
Your post reminded me of those good old days. I might even try it out some day. But I love your version too. Sounds really fresh and simple too. I can't wait to try this! I never knew bananas could be turned into jam. Very cool, sounds refreshing, especially on warm summer mornings. I didn't even know there was such a thing as Banana Jam but it sounds yummy!
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