Blackberries advantage we collect on our walks October also prepare a rich blackberry jam, which we saw in a previous post, we will prepare a blackberry liqueur in a very easy and practical with which we accompany our homemade desserts.
– A liter of liquor.
– A kilogram of berries.
– Half a kilogram of sugar.
– 250 milliliters of water.
– 1 Reed cinnamon.
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In a pot boil the water with the sugar and the cinnamon stick, stirring constantly (so make a syrup) after this time let cool for 5 minutes.
In a sealed pot pour the syrup, berries and brandy; and let marinate at least 2 months.
Another option is to pour the above ingredients directly into a sealable bottle and let marinate at least 1 month from that date consuming but can go without straining the resulting liquor; but let it marinate constantly thus obtain a more optimal result.
Come up with another feature fruit, berries, harvested throughout the summer and until the end of September, they are characterized by being the fruit that once cut has short duration is passed soon, so a way to continue enjoying it year round is to make a rich homemade marmalade preserves …….. blackberries, that would be us as easy and convenient as homemadequincerecipethat we have prepared.
– 600 grams of blackberries
– 300 grams of sugar
– Juice of half a lemon
– A little water if necessary.
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We wash well and drain them blackberries.
We put the berries in a saucepan with the sugar to a simmer and let stirring with a wooden spoon.
Bring to the boil pour the lemon juice; cook for about 50 minutes or until the water evaporates.
Remove from heat, passed by the masher, thus eliminate as many nuggets as possible.
Now if there is still liquid, we left a little longer in the pot over medium-low heat until thickened.
We must bear in mind that when cooled thick, so we should remove from heat in a medium term not this not too thick nor entirely settled.
A fire removed once we fill the boats are very well preserved in the refrigerator if we have made a large quantity ideally follow the process that I describe in the preserved home of the blog, canning.