Concord grape Jam. Homemade concord grape jam tastes nothing like sticky-sweet supermarket grape jelly. It has a deep, concentrated grape flavor, and is equally tart and sweet. A jar of this jam would make an.
The Concord grape is a cultivar derived from the grape species Vitis labrusca (also called fox grape) that are used as table grapes, wine grapes and juice grapes. They are often used to make grape jelly, grape juice, grape pies, grape-flavored soft drinks, and candy. Ever since I discovered that I can make my own Jams at home, it has become an addiction. You can cook Concord grape Jam using 5 ingredients and 11 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Concord grape Jam
- You need 1 kg of concord grape.
- It’s 100 ml of water.
- Prepare 1 envelope of pectin.
- It’s 300 grams of granulated sugar.
- It’s 1 tsp of ground cinnamon.
Though at times I still do tend to buy store bought jams. Sort and wash grapes, and remove stems. Place them into a large kettle and crush them. This jam is wonderful with an intense grape flavor that is unmistakably concord grapes.
Concord grape Jam step by step
- Sterilize jars in boiling water.
- Wash concord grape and pick grapes off.
- Put the grapes together with water in a pot and cook on a high heat for 15 minutes.
- Press the mixture through a fine mesh sieve or food mill to remove the seeds.
- Weigh the filtered juice and put it back in the pot, add half of its weight of sugar (or follow the pectin box instructions).
- Add cinnamon.
- Cook for 15 minutes on medium heat.
- Add pectin and stir.
- Keep cooking for 3 minutes (or as your pectin instructions says).
- Put jam directly in sterilized jars, close them and let them cool down upside down.
- Now your jam is ready and vacuum-sealed!.
I have always loved grape jam and grew up on Welches and this is so much better, my grand daughter proclaimed. This concord grape jam-nothing but concord grapes, sugar, and citrus juice-is the best and easy to make and creates nothing but smiles. Making concord grape jelly (concord grape jam) is really easy. However, the only problem with these grapes when it comes to making jelly or jam is the seeds. There are some varieties without seeds too.