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Old 08-30-2014, 05:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Who knew? Ill try this some time . But was wondering if anyone else can shed light on this recipe.. You know good, bad, to sweet, doesn't make enough!
I searched the sites search and it came up with nothing

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Old 08-30-2014, 06:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Who knew? Ill try this some time . But was wondering if anyone else can shed light on this recipe.. You know good, bad, to sweet, doesn't make enough!
I searched the sites search and it came up with nothing

How To Make Banana Jam
I have made a lot of jam but I have to say that 2 cups of bananas 2 cups sugar you may not get what you expect after cooking to temp you will have a very sweet brown thick jam and little of it.
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Wow that sounds aweful sweet then again I find Bananas plenty sweet as they are. I have never tried banana jam though but I would not be adverse to trying it.
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Wow that sounds aweful sweet then again I find Bananas plenty sweet as they are. I have never tried banana jam though but I would not be adverse to trying it.
I think Veinte Cohols or Manzanos' just right only need some sur gel, but now its Jelly.. :^)
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When making jams I usually combine bananas with apples to twist the taste a bit. I avoid adding too much sugar because it can be awfully sweet.

2 lbs apples
2 lbs bananas
lemon juice from one lemon
8 - 14 oz. sugar

It was pretty good
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