If you've got gooseberries around here's the recipe for you. This makes a lovely jam for toast or croissants or also try it with roast lamb or pork.
Test for setting by spooning a small amount onto a chilled saucer. Chill for 3 minutes, the push the jam with your finger; if wrinkles form on the surface, it is ready.
Recipe was easy to follow and jam tastes good - I used fresh red currants from my garden and defrosted the gooseberries that came from my garden last year. - 08 Jul 2013 (Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)
Really good recipe, not sure it needs 30 minutes on the boil - would test it after ten minutes or so. Tastes lovely and is a gorgeous colour. - 10 Aug 2013 (Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)