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Raspberry Jelly


50 min

Raspberry Jelly

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50 min


11 persons




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Author: Monica Feluchi

Summer is the time, when cooking jam and jelly is a real pleasure. There are so many fruit and berries you can use for this purpose during this season!  This is the recipe of delicious raspberry jelly that will appeal to your family and friends!


  • raspberry: 1 kg
  • sugar: 1.5 kg
  • water: 0.5 litre

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Stages of cooking

  1. Mash the raspberries without washing them.

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  2. Add hot boiling water.

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  3. Place the pot on fire. Boil for about 15-20 minutes. Then carefully add sugar and keep boiling for 15 minutes more until the jelly is ready and the sugar dissolves.

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  4. Stir the jelly while boiling it. Spoon hot jelly into glass jars and cover with the lids. You will eventually get dense, aromatic and very tasty raspberry jelly! Bon appétit!


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History of the Raspberry Jelly:

Jellies have been a part of human cuisine for thousands of years, from ancient Egypt to medieval Europe. The first recorded recipe for raspberry jelly was published in the 1700s in England. Since then, raspberry jelly has become a popular dessert and spread around the world. Raspberry jelly is made by cooking fresh raspberries and sugar until the mixture gels. It is often served on toast, with scones or biscuits, or as a garnish for cakes and desserts.

Tips and Tricks for Raspberry Jelly Recipe:

  • Use only fresh, ripe raspberries for the best flavor and texture.
  • Be careful not to overcook the mixture, or the jelly will become too thick and clumpy.
  • Stir the mixture frequently to prevent burning and sticking to the pan.
  • Skim the foam off the top of the jelly as it boils to yield a clearer, smoother result.
  • Consider adding a small amount of lemon juice or zest to brighten the flavor and cut through the sweetness.

Tips for presenting the dish:

  • Serve raspberry jelly with a side of cream or whipped cream for a classic, indulgent dessert.
  • Use the jelly as a filling for cakes, tarts, or other pastries.
  • Top your breakfast toast with raspberry jelly for a sweet and tangy start to the day.
  • Package the jelly in a decorative jar or tin with a ribbon or label for a homemade gift.

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