Since I don't live in Mumbai, I personally dont have any idea. But do post this question to my facebook CIY page. Other members might be able to help :) --DK
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Huntress Heavenly CG JAM I have been making this jam for 3 or 4 years now and the only problem I have is that there is never enough. So this year I have tripled the batch and will do it twice yes it is heavenly!
The only changes I made were to use 9 lbs of grapes and 10 cups of sugar, and cook time was increased to 1.5 hours.
The grapes were measured after being washed, de-stemmed, and peeled. (this measurment includes the juice from the grapes) and 9 cups of sugar were added as the recipe calls for, when it calls for it. the tenth cup of sugar was added after an hour of cooking down. (at this point if it weren't hot one might be tempted to grab a straw. the reason for cooking down longer is because there is so much juice, but the flavor that comes from the reduction is how my jam got it's 2nd name Heavenly. Thank you DK for a great recipe!!
I processed in a pressure cooker because that is what I know, and trust.-for 15 min (but check your altitude) you can use a waterbath also. the shelf life on this from the test I did with last years batch is a year + but I can only say what I know. I had to hide a jar last year just to do the test. this is the reason for triple batches this year.
I got 7 pints, 12 half pints and 1 pint. My oldest grandson needs his own big jar lol.
Make this Jam you will be so happy you did. I am sure it will become a must have for your harvest cooking too.
This recipe turned out great! I divided my dough into two smaller pans and made two loaves for smaller sandwiches. Very tasty!
I followed step by step as you guided and I could prepare the tasty sweet modak.Thanks for guiding and teaching even the minute details.