This Cherry Jam Instant Pot Canning Homemade Recipe was designed to introduce homesteading readers to a unique way of making cherry jam The best jam you will ever taste! The perfect combination of sweet and tart…. yummy.
For hundreds of years, people have been spreading jelly and or jam on their breakfast toast or muffins. Whether you like grape or strawberry or any of the many fruit varieties that are available, none of them taste better than homemade. Another advantage of homemade jam and jelly is that you get to decide what fruit or flavoring that goes into each and every jar.
The homemade recipe was created and shared in hopes to help others be able to make their own fresh cherry jam.
1 lb. fresh cherries
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 cup Honey (up to one cup for sweeter flavor)
1 package pectin
Put the lid on and turn the pot on to high pressure for 5 minutes.
Open the lid, ladle the jam into canning mason jars and water bath process for 10 minutes.
Allow to cool properly and listen for that popping sound we all love to hear.
Use it within a few weeks if you do not waterbath can your mason jars, put in the fridge if you desire, and the summertime snack is going to be quite scrumptious.
The recipe itself includes a complete listing of all of the ingredients and kitchen tools that are needed in order to make it.
It also goes into great detail about how to use an Instant Pot and all of the necessary steps to go from start to finish.
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