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I "picked" a few blackberries from the freezer and got to work :) a very good, sweet and fragrant syrup came out.
Premiere for me in the preparation of syrups: P

  • 1 kg mure
  • 1 kg of sugar
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 500 ml of water

Servings: -

Preparation time: less than 90 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Blackberry syrup:

Put the frozen blackberries in a bowl, add the sugar and leave for 3-4 hours, stirring from time to time until the sugar melts.

Crush well and pass through a sieve to separate the juice from the seeds.

Add water to the fruit juice and put on the fire.

Boil for an hour, stir from time to time, and at the end add lemon juice and keep on the fire for 10-15 minutes.

Pour hot into bottles.

Quantity 900 ml syrup.

Tips sites

1

It can be served in the form of juice, dissolved in mineral water.

2

In different creams for cakes.


Bottles of non-boiling strawberry syrup (raw, uncooked)

I washed the bottles well and sterilized them in the oven. I put them wet in the cold oven, placed on a tray and I set the oven to 150 C. When the water splashes started to sizzle I timed 2 minutes and ready. I let the bottles cool completely and then filled them with strawberry syrup with a funnel.

How about this great color without this boiling strawberry syrup? It is thick, sweet and fragrant. Over time, its color will darken and become clearer. I covered each bottle with gauze squares (placed in a double layer), fixed with elastics. That's it! I told you at the beginning that a natural gelatinous plug will form that will seal the syrup from the surrounding air. It needs 2-3 months of maturation. I put him in the pantry and forget about him until December.

Now is the strawberry season and you have to take full advantage! Be sure to try this wonderful syrup! In winter you will be able to serve the children a natural strawberry syrup, sweet and aromatic (depending on how much water you dilute when serving).


Blackberry syrup - Recipes

champion the cook
Message: 12178 Member of: 20/08/2008 07:59

Concentrated blackberry syrup

Message from kiss & raquo 17/08/2012 10:28

champion the cook
Message: 9353 Member of: 05/08/2008 09:47 City: cluj-napoca, romania

Message from lucia_bp & raquo 18/08/2012 08:09

Wonderful blackberry syrup And we like it

I knew a place, where she was dying, she was at home, but now, the ruthless ones have cut it all down, they have cleaned the place. they even set fire to it. What's more, a disaster. the place is unrecognizable. blackberries instead. I wish I could cry. and where you put that the place was not even theirs.


Blackberry syrup - Recipes

champion the cook
Message: 12178 Member of: 20/08/2008 07:59

Concentrated blackberry syrup

Message from kiss & raquo 17/08/2012 10:28

champion the cook
Message: 9353 Member of: 05/08/2008 09:47 City: cluj-napoca, romania

Message from lucia_bp & raquo 18/08/2012 08:09

Wonderful blackberry syrup And we like it

I knew a place, where she was dying, she was at home, but now, the ruthless ones have cut it all down, they have cleaned the place. they even set fire to it. What's more, a disaster. the place is unrecognizable. blackberries instead. I wish I could cry. and where you put that the place was not even theirs.


BLACKBERRY syrup with HONEY, without boiling - recipe with benefits

Blackberries are very tasty fruits and rich in nutrients. They contain almost the entire complex of B vitamins - B1, B2, B3, B6 and B9, and huge amounts of vitamin C. Blackberries are sources of vitamin E and vitamin K, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc, amino acids and fiber .

Blackberry Syrup Without Boiling Recipe

Blackberry syrup with honey - recipe

The blackberries are washed well and then crushed with a blender or manually, with a fork. The fruit paste is put in a rare gauze and then squeezed to extract as much clean juice from the fruit as possible.

Blackberry juice is then mixed with honey (the proportion is 3 parts honey to 1 part juice). Place in bottles, shake well to homogenize, and leave to stand for at least a week before consumption.

Blackberry syrup can be consumed as such, or diluted with mineral water, as a juice.

Blackberries contain an impressive dose of powerful antioxidants (phenolic acids, flavonoids and anthocyanins) that protect the body against oxidative damage and thus against chronic diseases.

Blackberry fruits have properties anti-cancer , due to anthocyanin antioxidants and ellagic acid, which inhibit growth tumor and metastasis. The consumption of blackberries is especially effective against the development of colon and esophageal cancer. The micronutrients contained have chemopreventive effects that prevent the proliferation of malignant cells.

Blackberries also have beneficial effects on cognitive functions. Studies have shown that blackberry polyphenols are delayed metal decline associated with age. Regular consumption of blackberries has proven useful in improving memorial and neural functions.

The richness of flavonols such as anthocyanins, magnesium and blackberry fibers prevent blockage artery and stimulates blood flow , which reduces the risk cardiovascular disease .

Blackberries grow immunity and combat infections , due to the vitamins, minerals and phytoestrogens contained.

Vitamins C and E present in blackberries help maintain skin health , preventing formation wrinkles . Blackberries also contain lutein, a pigment found behind the retina, which prevents eye damage caused by oxidative stress. Anthocyanins and vitamins in blackberries improve view and protects the eyes from diseases: cataracts, macular degeneration and night blindness.

* The advice and any health information available on this site are for informational purposes, do not replace the doctor's recommendation. If you suffer from chronic diseases or follow medication, we recommend that you consult your doctor before starting a cure or natural treatment to avoid interaction. By postponing or interrupting classic medical treatments you can endanger your health.


Blackberry syrup - Recipes

champion the cook
Message: 12178 Member of: 20/08/2008 07:59

Concentrated blackberry syrup

Message from kiss & raquo 17/08/2012 10:28

champion the cook
Message: 9353 Member of: 05/08/2008 09:47 City: cluj-napoca, romania

Message from lucia_bp & raquo 18/08/2012 08:09

Wonderful blackberry syrup And we like it

I knew a place, where she was dying, she was at home, but now, the ruthless ones cut it all down, they cleaned the place. they even set fire to it. What's more, a disaster. the place is unrecognizable. blackberries instead. I wish I could cry. and where you put that the place was not even theirs.


Ingredient Syrup De Soc

  • 45 large shock flowers (palm size, if you have smaller ones count 2 for 1)
  • 4 small lemons
  • 2 kg. sugar
  • 2 liters of water

Preparation of Shock Syrup

To see that I wasn't kidding, I'll introduce you to the pile of shock flowers or rather the part of the pile of shock flowers that fit in the photo:

The shock flowers are washed in a bath of cold water, one by one, sinking the inflorescences and shaking them gently afterwards (they may contain insects, dryness and others, I found a beautiful beetle, emerald green, as I have not seen Of course, I didn't put it in syrup, I gave it back to nature).

Put the sugar and water in a 4-5 liter pan, perfectly clean. Place on the fire and heat the contents of the pan until the sugar is completely dissolved (it should not boil) then remove from the heat. Do not reduce the amount of sugar for any reason! It is minimally acceptable if you want the syrup to be able to be stored. For added safety, you can actually supplement the sugar, but in no case reduce it. Also, do not replace sugar with honey, sweeteners, etc.

Meanwhile, 2 of the lemons are peeled carefully on the yellow side (the white side of the peels is bitter) and added to the syrup. Squeeze all the 4 lemons in the syrup well. Of course, if you like the taste of lemon peel more pronounced, add the peel of all 4 lemons, but I seem to prefer to feel the dominant taste of shock in this syrup.

The washed and picked flowers are added to the pan after the syrup has cooled until it is barely warm. Look how beautiful they are, I wonder if any more bridal idea came to her to adorn herself with this beautiful wave of flowers.

Therefore, the flowers are added to the pan in the sweet and sour syrup and among the fragrant strips of lemon peel.

Cold infusion shock syrup

Once added to the pan, the flowers will remain under the lid for 4 days in the refrigerator. They must be soaked in the cold to transfer all their flavor to the syrup.

Shock syrup bottling

After 4 days in the refrigerator, the syrup is filtered and put in bottles that close well. They can be stored in a cool and dark place (in the pantry) for the winter. Dilute with plain water or mineral water. If desired, add a few ice cubes. You can enjoy the aroma of shock flowers all year round.



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