How to Make Rhubarb Jam at Home

A vegetable known for its reddish stalks and sour taste, rhubarb is cooked and often sweetened in European and North American countries while it is used for medicines in the Asian continent. It’s an unusual vegetable often mistaken to be a fruit and grows in the mountainous regions. It is a rich source of antioxidants and fibre.

My grandmother prepares Rhubarb Jam many a times for us. I spend my summer vacations with her only. Her company is wonderful. She teaches me a lot and also taught me how to make Rhubarb Jam. I made mistakes initially. But gradually I learnt to make it on my own without any help. I even surprised my mother with jars of Rhubarb jam. Indeed, it is quite yummy and tasty.

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Ingredients Required for Rhubarb Jam Recipe

IngredientsAmount
Chopped Fresh Rhubarb2 1/2 pounds
White Sugar2 cups
Orange Juice1/3 cup
Water 1/2 cup
Grated Orange Zest2 teaspoons

How much time will it take?

Preparation timeCooking timeTotal time
25 minutes45 minutes1 hour 10 minutes

Rhubarb Jam Recipe

Rhubarb Jam Recipe
  1. Mix the sugar, rhubarb, orange juice, orange zest, and water in a saucepan.
  2. After bringing to a boil, cook over medium-low heat for about 45 minutes with occasional stirring.
  3. The mixture would keep on thickening as it cools down.
  4. Scoop it into hot sterile jars and afterwards seal them with lids and rings.
  5. These open jars are to be stored in the refrigerator.

Nutritional Information of Rhubarb Jam Recipe

Calories57
Total fat0.1 g
Sodium2 mg
Potassium 108 mg
Sugars13 g
Dietary fiber0.7 g
Total carbohydrates14.4 g
Vitamin A 42 IU
Vitamin C4 mg
Calcium31 mg
Proteins0.3 g

How to Rhubarb Jam at Home | Video

Video by Angela Palermo

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