Fixing Scorched Plum Jam?

Is the solution for my scorched plum jam the same as I read about all other preserves, throw it out?


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June 16, 20190 found this helpful

Use it to make barbecue sauce.


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June 17, 20190 found this helpful

If the burned flavor has infiltrated the entire batch, you will probably want to throw it out, which is quite sad. The burned part isn't dangerous, just tastes really unpleasant usually.

If the top does not taste burned, spoon out the a little at a time, tasting (with a clean spoon) with each layer and use it for a topping over pound cake or ice cream.


Hopefully it will taste OK until you get close to the bottom, then there may be very little waste.

Blessings! PS be sure to keep it refrigerated until you use it all. It should keep for a few days in the refrigerator.


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