Delicious late summer recipe, when it's time to harvest figs and grapes, this half-fig, half-raisin jam is a nice surprise.
Ingredients for 4 jars:
- 600 g white figs
- 600 g white grapes
- 1 kg of sugar
- 2 untreated lemons.
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Half-fig, half-raisin jam
> Wash the figs, remove the hard end of the tail and cut them into 8. Put them in a bowl with the sugar.
> Wash the grapes. Peel and seed the seeds cut in 2. Add them to the figs.
> Wash the lemons, peel their zest into ribbons, cut their flesh into cubes, removing membranes and seeds. Add to the fruit and mix.
> Leave to macerate for at least 2 hours, stirring occasionally.
> Pour into a jam basin. Bring to low heat and cook for 45 minutes, skimming off and stirring occasionally with a wooden spoon. Do not let it brown. Remove the zest at the end of cooking.
> Scald and dry the pots; distribute the jam.
> Cover while hot. Wait a month before tasting.