Quick Mango Jam Recipe

This was intended to be the last part of a three part jam making story….but a bad case of the flu and an even worse case of laziness meant that i have to post this today to make it to MBP – Fruit Fare, hosted by Aparna of the very Diverse Kitchen…..MBP is the ideation of coffee, the hostess of the Spice Cafe

this is also my entry to WYF: Colour in food hosted by Easy Crafts of Simple Indian Food

I made this jam many weeks ago when mangoes were still available, but i reckon it can be made with any other fruit as well……the whole process is so quick that all those stories about cooking the jam for hours and hours whilst stirring continuously will seem like folklore…..

I made this from nandita’s recipe for instant Mango jam….and followed the recipe to the T but doubled the quantity, makes for a lovely dessert topping as well….the colors arent as intense as her jam pics, but that’s possibly because i used benishan (banaganapalli) mangoes………..since this has no preservative of any kind, it will need to be refrigerated and consumed within 3-4 days

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Tina says:

    Yum…I have been on a huge jam kick lately, canning my hearts desire haha.. but hadn’t really thought of mango..but this is making me rethink a bit 😉 looks fantastic!!

  2. Jude says:

    Had no idea mango jam can be that quick. Thanks!

  3. Bhawana says:

    wow mango jam is looking sooooo good and tempting. a must try recipe.

  4. Aparna says:

    Thanks for the entry, Arundati. Appreciate it.
    I had made a slightly different version too, but it’s all gone.:(
    Have to wait till next year now.

  5. Easycrafts says:

    yummy…very tempting, thanks for participating

  6. mahima says:

    ooh i haven’t had this is aages
    thismade me crave them sooo bad
    looks delicious!

  7. arundathi says:

    I made some mango jam a while ago too – with some roasted jeera – it was yummy! 😀

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