Cooking, Raspberry Jam
is one of the great raspberry growing acreas of
Scotland, most of the crop be ng used for commercial jam making.
Traditionally, families in the district both grew their own
fruit and made their own preserves.
Visitors to the Angus Folk Museum at Glamis will find a
fascinating collection ot the old kitchen equipment they
used, assembled lovingly over the years by Lady Maitland. This
simple recipe requires little effort and tastes simply delicious.
Weigh the fruit, place in a fireproof dish in the oven with
the same amount of sugar in another dish. Leave until both are
thorough!y hot, add the sugar to the fruit and beat until dissolved.
Pot up in warmed jars and seal down at once.
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