Recipes jam from rose petals and dandelions
rose petal jam is different delicate aroma and pleasant taste, and honey from dandelions will be very good and tea, pastries and confectionery.
Jam made of rose petals Collect red or pink roses and white trim the bottom. Rinse under running pitch cold water and mixed with sugar (650 g sugar per 500 g of the petals), add 1 teaspoon boat citric acid, diluted in 50 g of water. Leave the mixture for 5-6 hours, then pour hot syrup (650 g sugar and 0.5 liters of water) and cook for 15-20 minutes. The finished hot jam pour into a clean, dry podogetym banks and roll up under the metal cover. The syrup of rose petals petals Rinse under running cold water, to shift into an enamel container, fill it with water (for 1 kg of petals 1 liter of water) and simmer until the petals become soft, then fold them in a colander. The resulting broth filter through several layers of cheesecloth, add sugar (1.5 kg of sugar per 1 liter of broth) and heat over low heat, stirring constantly, until sugar is dissolved. The mixture was again filter through cheesecloth, bring almost to a boil, but do not boil, and add the lemon juice (lemon 0.5 per 1 liter of syrup). Pour the honey into the dry warmed jars, roll up metal covers, turn jars upside bottomed and cover with thick cloth so that they cool down slowly. Honey Dandelion Flowers Dandelion better to collect in May. Wash the flowers under running cold water and let it drain. Put flowers in an enamel container, fill it with water (1 liter of water per kg of flowers) and simmer for 1 hour. Fold the flowers in a colander, collect the broth into an enamel saucepan. Add sugar (2 kg of sugar per 1 liter of broth) and heated over low heat until sugar is dissolved. Filter the mixture through several layers of gauze and cook for 1 hour over low heat. Before the end of cooking, add the syrup, lemon juice (3 lemons per liter of syrup), pour the honey into the dry warmed jars and roll up under the metal cover. Honey of rose petals and dandelions harmful for diabetics.