You will need
- - raspberries,
- - sugar,
- - water,
- - capacity storage.
Dry raspberries. This can be done using a conventional oven. During the drying process it should be ajar. You'll need berries average maturity, which should be collected in dry Sunny weather. Lay the berries on a baking sheet, the laid paper, and place in a preheated 45 degree oven. When the fruit begins to dry, increase the temperature to 70 degrees. Periodically shake the raspberries. Drying will take approximately 2-3 hours. If you did everything right, the grey-crimson fragrant berries will not stain your hands.
Store dried raspberries in a dry place. This will protect it from mold. Ensure the capacity that stores of dried raspberry, were hermetically closed. To prepare an infusion of dried berries, steep 2 tablespoons of raspberries in a glass of boiling water. This infusion is a good diaphoretic in colds, but after its use you should immediately go to bed and a good shelter.
Freeze berries. This is the easiest and fastest way to store in the presence of the freezer. The berries should be ripe, without dark edges and dry. Gently place them in containers for freezing, filling capacity so as not to damage the berries.
Wipe the berries with sugar. For this you will need per 1 kg of dry ripe berries, cleaned from the stalk and dried particles, 2 kg of sugar. Use cookware that is not oxidized. The pestle for grinding it is better to use hardwood. Pound the berries and sugar to the desired consistency. To remove seeds, use a sieve. Usually pour received the filling of the jam into a small (1 l) jars, treated with boiling water and wiped with a dry towel. On top you can sprinkle a little sugar for the formation of a protective crust. Close the banks conventional lids or parchment. Store in the refrigerator.
Make raspberry syrup. Wipe 2 kg of berries through a sieve or use several layers of cheesecloth. Juice pour the sugar (to 1 liter of juice you need 2 kg of sugar). Heat the mixture until the sugar is dissolved, boil, drain and roll in the pre-treated banks.
Advice 2: How to store raspberries
Raspberry is one of the most delicious and favorite berries of almost all adults and children. Pretty hard to imagine a summer without these fragrant berries. Raspberry is good in itself, and in various sauces and desserts. Learn how to store this wonderful berry, the more ways there are whole lot.
To store raspberries harvested seperately and healthy berries in a small container (box, bucket or basket), put in a cold place. When buying berries, you should pay attention to their appearance: they must be the same size, dry and not crushed. Stored raspberry fresh a short time – five to seven days, it is not recommended to keep the berries in a container or jar, pour them into a wide dish, cover with a cloth and refrigerate. Near the berries should not coexist with a strong smelling products because raspberry has the ability to quickly absorb odors. Wash the fruit immediately before use.
The easiest, almost all affordable method of preserving raspberries – drying. For starters, the berries need a little podvyalit in the sun, and then pour on a sieve a thin layer of three inches and dried in an oven. Blackened berries toss the raspberries if dried properly, the berries will turn a slightly greyish colour with a fragrant smell (should not stain your hands). You can purchase a special device for drying berries, apples and mushrooms.
To preserve raspberries can be subjected to the freezing process, the berries retain nearly all of their useful properties. Prepare ripe, but not overripe berries of medium size. They should not be any damage and foreign bodies – web, traces of bruising and crimson bugs. The fruit must be absolutely dry. Gently pack the raspberries in cellophane bags and sealed the edges with iron through a layer of fabric. You can put berries in containers with tight fitting lids.
During heat treatment raspberry able to maintain most of the beneficial properties so it jams and jams, make jelly and marmalade. And you can just grind the berries with the sugar, folded in a glass jar and store in the fridge.