There is something very rewarding about making your own Apricot Jam, here are a few recipe variations to choose from.
This is a great jam recipe that doesn't take a whole day to prepare, yet still tastes great with rich apricot flavours. Perfect for toast, crumpets and making jam tarts.
This apricot jam has got to be my favourite out of all the jams we used to make with my Grandma.
If you grow your own Lemon Verbena (Lemon Beebrush), this apricot jam recipe is a treat. The lemony herb gives this jam incomparable flavour. It is fantastically simple to make, and doesn't require pectin. Refrigerate after opening a jar.
I have made this for many years, you can use any stone fruit if you don't want apricots. It will work with berries too.
The trick with making good jam is keeping the sugar and fruit in a 1:1 ratio, so weigh it out if you have a scales. It's hard to go wrong with apricots, though.
Wonderful apricot biscuits made in a pan and then cut into squares, almost like a pie. These are actually easier to make than normal biscuits!
Cardamom goes particularly well with apricots - if you think it sounds unusual, just wait until you've tried it! This is sure to become your favourite jam.
All my favourite fruits in one jam! Make sure you use the freshest in season fruit for best results. So delicious and exotic tasting!
Homemade apricot jam is always worth the effort and so much fun to make! This recipe has a little vanilla and lemon to broaden the flavours.
If you can get your hands on some white currants try making them into jam - they add a lovely sour note and slight pink colour.