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Jam prepared by mixing cooked and mashed bananas
Published On: 03 Mar 2010
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
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Remove the outer skin of the bananas and chop into small pieces.
Take a vessel and put the banana pieces into it. Pour water sufficient enough to cook. Boil for sometime in medium heat and remove from flame when done.
Sieve the cooked bananas through a clean cloth.
Into the banana syrup add sugar, lemon juice and clove. Stir continuously and boil in medium heat. Remove the scum that deposits on the surface.
After the syrup has achieved a thick consistency add the red color. Remove from fire.
Pour the hot jam into clean dry bottles. Place these bottles on a wooden piece while filling with jam. Cool the jam and close tightly with lid.
Banana jam is ready. Enjoy homemade jam with bread etc.
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