By Sarah Tulloch Posted May 05, 2018 06:17:31Tastiest dried fruits,rinsed and dried fruits are everywhere, from the grocery store to the counter of your local supermarket.
But what if you don’t have the time to get those fancy fruit-flavored rinses or the extra time to put the fruit through the grinder?
Luckily, there’s a simple and inexpensive way to make those fruit-infused fruit jams and curds at home.1.
The fruit itself3.
The vinegarTo start, you’ll want to make a fruit jam.
The easiest way to do this is to start with a small amount of the fruit you want to use and simply let it sit on your counter for a few minutes to get all the juices out.
When it’s ready, use a small container of fruit juice to fill the jar.
(Note: If you’re looking for an easy way to use a jar of fruit jam for a holiday party, consider this recipe for the Fruit Salad Kit.)
Once you have the fruit juice and jam in a jar, you can add the vinegar to it to add flavor.
Once the vinegar has finished its job, add the sugar to it.
You can also add the fruit to the fruit jam and mix it with the sugar.
Once all of the ingredients are combined, it’s time to turn the jam into fruit curds.
(The curds are usually about 1/4 cup of fruit, which you can use to make your fruit jam.)
Pour the mixture into a large bowl and cover it with plastic wrap to keep it in place.
(You can also wrap it in a plastic wrap and freeze it.)
When the jam is completely frozen, use the fruit curd to make the fruit-based fruit-basundi.
You may want to add some salt to the jam before adding the fruit, but it’s fine.
Once you have your fruit basndi, you’re ready to serve the fruit as an appetizer.
(For those of you with children, you might want to have them eat some fruit as well.)