Pour into glass jars and remove scum. This way you are able to recycle. Place the finished product in a clean jar and you are ready to munch on your sweet homemade guava jam. Then, cut each peeled guava in half and remove the seeds using a spoon. Your email address will not be published. Hi Aurora, I’m glad you like the recipe! The only issue with these fruits is its texture. BTW, go ahead and try guava jam! Rosemary Sadler from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand on April 07, 2012: I have never tasted guava jam, I love guava juice so I am sure I would enjoy it. Your daily v. What other fruits can you use apart from lime and calamansi in making jam? Ripe guavas 1/2 cup sugar to every cup of guava juice 1 teaspoon kalamansi juice. nice to hear that! Apart from antioxidants and ascorbic acid or vitamin C that helps boost the immune system, here is a table of it's nutritional value: Source: Nutrient data for this listing was provided by USDA SR-21. Have a mixture of ripe and under ripe guavas. sheilanewton from North Shields, UK on May 08, 2012: Mmmm...sounds delicious - and so EASY! BTW, i highly recommend that you try either jelly or jam. To one part of guavas, add 2 parts of water. Measure the juice. Copyright © 2020 Kawaling Pinoy Tasty Recipes, A meatless and delicious dimsum snack that to you can…, Try this tasty variation of orange chiffon cake. I became a fan. This process is also applicable to fleshy fruits like mangoes, strawberries, peaches, apples and others. Using used jars in good condition can be a marvelous option. what would be the taste if i don't peel the guava when i make the guava jam. I am glad that I was able to share such tidbit of information. The guavas will look soft. Both taste great and easy to prepare :). Just made the jam.....keep you posted once it cools! This plant belongs to the myrtle family. What is the difference between jam and jelly? Hang the bag for the juice to drip. Hayden, Durban S.A on September 27, 2012: Hi Rob,we made guava jam at work today and it turned out great,i looked up your recipe tonight whilst the cricket was on, just to try someone elses way of making jam. Wash the guavas. @Bldg an Architect -Really? Guavas are often neglected here at home (we have a tree in garden)...I never knew that guava jam is expensive. Slice the guavas in half crosswise and use a spoon to scoop out the flesh and seeds. I had that in Malaysia, sliced thinly and sprinkled with salted preserved plum. I love guava jam, but it is so expensive. WOW! thanks for the info..a big help for my project. Cheers! Once your guava jam has cooled down to normal room temperature, seal the jar and place it inside your fridge. :). I did not know the difference between jelly and jam and that is interesting to know. :). thanks for sharing...guava jam is one of my favorite spread...with newly baked pandesal and peanut butter! rob_allen (author) from MNL, PH on April 08, 2012: Hey Rosemay50, thank you for reading this hub. Jelly is made from the juice, while jam is made up of the flesh. Alex Jose from Cleveland, Ohio on May 30, 2012: O my god never knew it would be so easy to make, me definitely going to tell my wife to try this recipe very soon. It bears round fruits with colors that range from green to yellow and even red. Boil again until 106 degrees °C (soft) or 108 °C (hard). People may hesitate to take a bite of it sometimes, but if you really want to enjoy these fruits minus its rock hard texture, why don't you turn it into a jam? Aside from deliciously sweet, golden mangoes, another fruit that best describes summer in tropical countries (like the Philippines) is guava. I actually thought that jam and jelly are the same but I came to realize that they were two different things. But if I’m mistaken and your area are still abundant with guavas, you can try to make make this recipe especially if they are so many that you have to preserve them and make jellies. Core and wash them and then cut into quarters and measure. Remove the seeds using a spoon to scoop … Your email address will not be published. Then, add the brown sugar and the. Turn heat to medium heat and cook for 15 minutes. Cool. cheers guys you are wonderful. Got two guava trees heaps of ripe guavas coming off daily and winter is past approaching, now I know how to preserve it in a way of a jam. Homemade Guava Jam Recipe. Keep the seeds in a casserole dish and add one cup of water. Thank you so much for this. God luck on your guava jam making :)). Drain the liquid using a strainer or a clean cheesecloth. write a hub about your gooseberries too! hope you and your wife would love the recipe :), @Vespawoolf -Wow. Strain through jelly bag. I love the way you present your recipe, I also like that it has less sugar than all the other recipes I have read, the nutrition information that you provide, and the tidbits of information that you give on the subject (jam vs.jelly). Core and wash them and then cut into quarters and measure. Peel each fruit and place them in a squeaky clean bowl. If you want your guava jam with a little chunk, you can just slice the flesh instead of putting it in a blender. I'm going to use the same recipe when my gooseberries ripen too. This plant belongs to the myrtle family. I will have to try this! I am glad that I was able to share a little information. Guavas are used to be abundant when I was still a child but now when I go to the wet market, I can only see few sellers and they are seasonal.