Sunday, April 10, 2011

Pineapple Jam or Pineapple Murraba



Ingredients:
1.      2 cups pineapple cut in small pieces
2.      1 1/2 cups white sugar
3.      1/2 teaspoon saffron
4.      1/4 cup almond and cashew chopped

Method:
1.      Clean and cut pineapple small - medium pieces.
2.      In heavy bottom saucepan mix sugar and pineapple.
3.      Cook in medium to high flame about 25 to 30 minutes.
4.      First 5 minutes cook this mixture very low flame and stir occasionally.
5.      After 5 minute sugar is dissolve than cook about 20 minutes in medium high heat and still stirring occasionally.
6.      Check sugar syrup consistency it's come out one thread (one tar) or sticky and thick than take it out. Add saffron, almond and cashew.
7.      After cool completely store this murraba air tight glass jar and store about one year.
8.      Don't over cook otherwise after process your pineapple is hard.


Tips:  
* Buy Pineapple sweet (ripe) and cut in big pieces (Not very big).

* Sugar syrup making process is most important part of any kind of murraba so carefully check after 10 minutes.

* This murraba you can store in room temperature about 1 month and than store in refrigerator.

20 comments:

sweetpeaskitchen.com said...

This looks delicious! I love anything with pineapple. :)

Daksha said...

Welcome here and thanks for your kind words.

Medeja said...

It looks really beautiful and I can imagine that tastes lovely too.

Stephanie said...

I love fresh pineapple and this sounds lovely. Fantastic color too!

Manu said...

Your picture is fantastic, it really makes me want to eat some of your murraba! Looks so delicious! :-)

Daksha said...

Thanks medeja,stephanie & manu for your kind words of encouragement to keep this blog going.

Indonesian In Turkey said...

this pineapple looks ready to festive summer here :) thx for visiting my blog

Sonia said...

Hey Daksha, just LOVED the vibrant and fresh pineapple jam, its looking luscious, too perfect for kids to smaer on the slice of bread or roti !

Daksha said...

Thanks citra (indonesian in turkey)& sonia for appreciating pineapple jam recipe. i'm going to add another murraba recipe.

Quay Po Cooks said...

Nothing is better than homemade jam. Your pineapple jam looks lip smacking delicious!

spcookiequeen said...

I think I left a comment that didn't go through. Lovely jam, can't wait to come back and see more.
-Gina-

Daksha said...

@ Quay po cooks, yes u r absolutely right,Thanks.

Daksha said...

Thanks Gina , it might be due to some problem. thanks for appreciating Jam Recipe .

Kankana said...

This looks classic you know :) so vibrant in color. I have huge pineapple in my refrigerator.. i think i will try this !

Sensible Vegetarian said...

Looks really fantastic, very beautiful photograph.

Anu Santanu said...

Looks fantastic..Please visit my blog for some awards.
Bhalo Khabo

A SPICY PERSPECTIVE said...

What a simple and lovely recipe! :)

Daksha said...

Thanks kankana, anu for ur kind words.

Daksha said...

Sensible vegetarian & A SPICY PERSPECTIVE thanks for visit my space and appreciating murraba Recipe

LaDy ^ TiNa said...

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cheers

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