Cooking Classics: Apricot-Peach Jam

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Apricot-Peach Jam

Apricot-Peach Jam is the freshest, peachiest tasting treat. Rich color & vibrant flavor make this recipe well worth your attention. Cooking the jam with the skins on the apricots reduces prep time & ensures all of the fruit ends up in the jam without very much waste. Remove them during the process with the tip of a paring knife. The apricots will  serve more as a base for the jam while the peaches lend a chunky consistency. Use a fork to mash them slightly at the end of the cooking time, if desired. Learn how to make a simple breakfast item for English muffins, croissants & toast or to use as a basic pastry fundamental.

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makes 3/4 cup

4 fresh apricots {about 10-ounces}, pitted & cut in half
1 fresh yellow peach {about 7-ounces} peeled, pitted & coarsely chopped
1/3 cup sugar
1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
1 cup water

Bring all of the ingredients to a boil in a 3-quart saucepan over Medium-High heat. Reduce the heat to Medium & cook, stirring occasionally, 20 to 22 minutes or until reduced & thickened. The mixture should bubble vigorously all over the surface. The bubbles will not subside while stirring the mixture. Towards the end of the cooking time, the mixture will just cover the bottom of the pot. During the process, remove the skins from the apricots with the tip of a paring knife or fork & discard. Remove the mixture from the heat. Transfer to a small bowl. Chill 2 hours or cover & chill up to 5 days.

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How To Chop Fresh Peaches

If you’re in need of tips for peeling, pitting & slicing fresh peaches, look to The Basics: Fresh Peaches Primer. This specific task focuses on chopping peaches. Gather a paring knife & a cutting board. Use these pointers to make prep time short & effortless.

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Gently peel the skin away from the flesh. If the skin is a tad more difficult to remove, the fruit can also be peeled much like an apple. The tidiest way to prep the fruit is to slice around the pit for the sake of craftsmanship. Start by cutting one side of the peach on a wooden board. Use your knife to gage where the pit is located & make the cut just before it. Continue turning & cutting the fruit until all of the flesh has been removed. You will end up with a rectangular shape & the pit will be suspended in the center. Discard this portion. Place the flat side down of each remaining piece & cut them into slices then make cuts crosswise coarsely chop the fruit to the correct size needed.

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