Pink jam

Pink jam

Pink jam is a continuation of the pink theme. When I think of pink jam, I recall the novel "The Little Bird is a songbird." There, the beloved Feride called beloved “gulbisheker” literal translation means a sweet rose, that is, pink jam. So you sit, you jam pink jam - as if you were re-reading the book. Well, if we talk about the benefits of this dish, then it is immense. I know for sure that it helps very well from stomatitis in babies. Here the baby's mouth reddened, you need to smear this mouth with jam and everything passes in an instant. This sweetness prevents spasms of cerebral vessels and strengthens the muscles of the heart, regulates the digestive system and has an antiviral effect.

To prepare this jam, tea rose petals are suitable.

I really like to make tea with this jam. The aroma is incredible, the sweetness is excellent - not tea, but a dream.

The most remarkable thing about this jam is that it is prepared without any heat treatment and can be stored in the refrigerator for a whole year.


  • 4 cups a jar of rose petals;
  • 4 tablespoons of stevia;
  • 1 teaspoon of lemon juice.

Pink jam. Step by step recipe

  1. Sort the rose petals in a small container.
  2. Fall asleep with stevia and add lemon juice. Crush the resulting mixture in a mortar until the juice is separated by petals.
  3. Now we pack the future jam in small jars.
  4. The jam is ready.

There are some nuances that you need to know when working with rose petals. Do not grind the petals with a blender. Firstly, when it comes into contact with metal, the rose loses its miraculous powers, and secondly, you can use jam petals as a sweet filling for desserts, and jam, pancakes and pancakes can be perfectly served with jam syrup. In addition, while you are working on rose petals, they have a sedative effect on you. When making jam, you will understand why dreams are pink and what are pink glasses. "I love to cook" wishes you bon appetit! And be sure to try the recipe for making rose water with basil and the most delicious rose water recipes with different additives.

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