Pear and marzipan jam with amaretto

Today I brought a very tasty pear and marzipan jam for you. The jam is wonderfully aromatic with marzipan, amaretto, cinnamon and vanilla. It not only tastes great for breakfast, but is also a great gift from the kitchen for autumn, winter and Christmas. A great alternative to the very popular Baked apple jam. ♥

Birnen-Marzipan-Konfitüre

This pear and marzipan jam is something completely different. Not only because pears and marzipan harmonize very well in terms of taste. Because I've never seen a pear jam in a store. It is clear that homemade jam tastes much better anyway. You can't buy a pinch of love!

This year I really boiled down a lot. Believe it or not, 15 new jam recipes made it onto the blog in 2018. And I have tons of new ideas in my head again. So it won't be boring on Cookie and Co. in 2019 either Recipes for jam, jam and jelly at a glance. So shortly before the end of the year you can look back on everything you have achieved. Of course, this applies to all areas of life! But now Christmas comes first. Have you already planned your menu and all the gifts for the holidays together? If not, here are lots of quick and easy ideas for Gifts from the kitchen or Recipes for liqueur. But now I wish you a lot of fun with the recipe ... ♥

Birnen-Marzipan-Konfitüre

Ingredients for the pear and marzipan jam:

  • 900g pears, peeled & diced
  • 500g Preserving sugar 2: 1 (I: organic preserving sugar with cane sugar)
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla extract, homemade or bought*
  • 80g Amaretto, alternatively apple juice + 2-3 drops of bitter almond flavor
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon + 1 pinch of cloves
  • Juice and zest of 1 lemon
  • 60g marzipan raw mass, in pieces (can also be omitted)

PREPARATION:

  • First the jam jars / preserving jars are prepared. So clean the jars and lids again very thoroughly or boil or sterilize them.
  • Put a small spoon in the refrigerator for the gelling test later (*).

PREPARE pear and marzipan jam:

  • For the pear and marzipan jam, put all the ingredients in a large saucepan, mix well and bring to the boil.
  • Stir every now and then. Continue to boil for at least 3-4 minutes, stirring continuously.
  • At the end of the cooking time, please do the gelling test (*).
  • Then pour the jam into the prepared jars and close the lid immediately.
  • You need the glasses afterwards not turn it upside down. You can find more information here ... Einkochen.info.

Preparation in the Kenwood CC Gourmet:

  1. Put all the ingredients in the kettle Kenwood CC Gourmet * give.
  2. Insert the stirring element and mix all ingredients for 1 minute on the min. Setting.
  3. Then cook at 105 ° C for approx. 10 minutes at interval level 2.
  4. The mass should have simmered for 3 minutes.
  5. At the end of the cooking time, please do the gelling test (*).
  6. Then pour the pear and marzipan jam into the prepared jars and close the lid immediately.
  7. You need the glasses afterwards not turn it upside down. You can find more information here ... Einkochen.info.

PREPARATION IN THE THERMOMIX®:

  • For the pear and marzipan jam, put all the ingredients in the mixing bowl and mix for 10 seconds / speed 3 / counterclockwise.
  • Then cook for approx. 13-14 minutes / 100 ° C / level 1 / counterclockwise rotation. (The shorter the cooking time, the better - so that the pears don't disintegrate too much. However, the jam should have simmered for 3-4 minutes at 100 ° C.)
  • At the end of the cooking time, please do the gelling test (*).
  • Then pour into the prepared jars and close immediately with the lid.
  • You need the glasses afterwards not turn it upside down. You can find more information here ... Einkochen.info.
(*) GELLING SAMPLE:
At the end of the cooking time, remove some jam with a spoon and allow the hot mixture to drain off. If the last drop becomes solid, the jam will solidify too. Otherwise, extend the cooking time by another 1-2 minutes.
Birnen-Marzipan-Konfitüre
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