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How to Fix Burnt Jam?

Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
How to Fix Burnt Jam?

Burnt food is one of the main enemies of every cook in the kitchen. The most common cause of burnt food is excessive cooking on the stove or insufficient stirring.

However, the most unpleasant moment is when you prepare jam and it burns. In this case, however, you should not panic, because there is a way to control the situation. Here's what to do with burnt jam:

The first step is to get rid of the unpleasant smell of burnt. For this purpose, you can put a crust of bread to absorb the burnt aroma.

The second step is to move the burnt jam into another container as quickly as possible. Avoid stirring after moving it. You must also be careful not to get the burnt parts into the new container.

The third step is to cover the new container with a wet towel. You can also soak it in vinegar. The dish should be covered until the smell of burnt disappears completely. You may need to change the towels several times, if needed.

Another method to remove the burnt odor is to put the covered container under a stream of water and keep it that way for 15 minutes.

This will also have effective results. The most important advice in such situations is to act quickly, so that you can save your product and preserve its taste.

Here are some ideas on how to prepare:

- jam;

- pestil;

- marmalade;

- pumpkin jam.

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