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Initial post: 7 Sep 2010 13:28:41 BDT
rachel says:
I have seen a glut of rose hips in the hedges this year and wondered how easy - or difficult it was to make syrup or jam with them. Hope there is someone out there who knows

Posted on 9 Sep 2010 10:29:24 BDT
C. Ziegler says:
Hi Rachel,
It's not very hard, if a bit time consuming. (Well, OK it is very time consuming)
Here is the recipe I use:

1 kg rose hips (opened and seeds taken out)
1/4 litre orange juice
2 tablespoons of good quality honey
jam sugar (1:1/2:1/3:1) depending on how sweet you want your jam
1/2 litre water

Stew the rose hips in water and honey until they get soft and strain the mixture through a sieve to get the skin out.
Add the organge juice and bring to boil, add the sugar and boil for about 4 minutes.
Put in jars and let it cool.

It's delicious and well worth the work.

Posted on 19 Feb 2011 15:35:31 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 25 Sep 2011 20:51:40 BDT
Cheryl Felix says:
Why can we no longer buy rosehip syrup? We used to get a jug of it on our table at school to serve with rice pudding, then it was 'nannied' away from us for the sake of our teeth, apparently. Does anyone know where this can be bought?
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