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Fruits in syrup for the winter


Ingredients for making fruit in syrup for the winter

  1. Fresh strawberries 500 grams
  2. Gooseberry 500 grams
  3. Kiwi 500 grams
  4. Peaches 500 grams
  5. Sugar 1 kilogram
  6. Lemon (large) 1 piece
  • Main Ingredients Kiwi, Lemon, Peach, Strawberry, Gooseberry, Sugar
  • Serving 5 servings

Inventory:

Saucepan, wooden spoon, ladle, kitchen knife, cutting board, glass jars, cling film.

Cooking fruit in syrup for the winter:

Step 1: prepare fruits and berries.


Rinse the strawberries well, remove the green ponytails from the berries, and divide the strawberries themselves with a knife into halves or quarters, depending on the original size. Pour the prepared berries into the pan.

Add half the sugar to the strawberries.
Rinse the gooseberries, sort it out and add to the strawberries.
Shake the pan several times to mix the berries with sugar.

Wash and peel the kiwi fruit (the fruit should be slightly ripened) and cut into cubes. Add kiwi to the berries.
Sprinkle half of the remaining sugar. Shake the pan.

Rinse peaches (preferably hard ones), remove a stone from them, cut fruit into cubes and send to other fruits.
Add the remaining sugar and shake again.

Step 2: sugary fruits and berries.


Take a large lemon and squeeze the juice from it into a saucepan with fruits, berries and sugar. Cover all with cling film and send them in the refrigerator for one knocks. During this time, fruits and berries should emit quite a lot of juice.

Step 3: boil the fruits in syrup.


Move the fruit pan to medium heat (remove the cling film) and cook for 30 minutes after boiling. Slices of fruits and berries should become translucent, like glass, but not lose their shape, remaining firm enough.

Step 4: we prepare fruits in syrup for the winter.


Arrange hot fruits and berries in sterilized glass jars, pour the fruits on top with hot syrup and tightly close the jars with boiled lids.
Turn the blanks upside down and leave them like that until they cool completely, and then put them in the storage room for storage.

Step 5: serve the fruit in syrup.


Serve fruit in syrup, of course, as a dessert or as a decoration for various sweet dishes. It is very tasty and spectacular. Your home and guests will be delighted.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- You can add a little lemon zest to the syrup for taste.