Rosella jam is made from the fleshy red calyx and bracts that surround the green seedpod of the plant. Harvest the crop before it becomes tough and the seedpod discolours. You will need to half fill a 9-litre bucket with rosella fruit for the following recipe- or you can adjust the amounts accordingly. Rosella seedlings are available through local nurseries. Six home grown plants will provide plenty of fruit for several batches of jam. Individual plants grow around 1.5m high and 1m wide.
Had lots of rosellas - the jam turned out beautifully! - 05 May 2012
getting the jam to set part is the hardest, oh well makes a great sauce - 12 Jun 2010
i love the recipe because can save my money and this is good recipe for me and my friend....>...< i hope can get more recipe - 10 Aug 2013