Cormorant compote without preservative (video)
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Corcodus compote is made in the same way as cherry compote, but many people do not know how good corcoduses are. Better yet, I have more left.
- For 6 370 ml jars:
- 1 kg of not very ripe corcoduses
- 6 tablespoons sugar
- how much water it contains
Preparation time: less than 60 minutes
RECIPE PREPARATION Corcodus compote without preservative (video):
Wash the fruits well and put them in very clean jars until the jars are well filled. Add a tablespoon of sugar and fill with water to the top.
Tighten the lids tightly and shake the jars until the sugar dissolves.
In a higher pot that holds them well, place a towel on its bottom, place the jars and fill with cold water up to a few millimeters under the lids. Bring the pot to a boil over low heat. Let it boil for 30-40 minutes after it starts to boil, over low heat.
Take the pot off the heat and place it on some beds or towels, cover it with plastic wrap (bags) and put pillows and beds on it.
The next day they are taken out of the pot. Check each jar if it does not draw air by turning it upside down. If it drips or pheasants, it is consumed immediately.
Label and put in the pantry. It lasts 2-3 years without problems, the compote is very tasty and fragrant, because we do not use any preservative.