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01.01.2003 -jam - strawberry

Gariguette strawberry jam with black pepper

« Who can imagine a breakfast without strawberry jam? Certainly not me. . . Besides spreading it on toast, you can also use this jam to liven up desserts, ice cream or crepes. Experience how well the pepper goes with the strawberries. » 
Type Jam - strawberries – Gariguette strawberriesfruit - black pepper
Level of difficulty easy
Preparation time 45 minutes
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Yields almost 1 lb (800 g) of jam

  • Cooking utensils: Candy thermometer


Soaking the strawberries:

  • Wash strawberries and allow them to drain
  • Stem the strawberries
  • Put the strawberries in a large bowl with the sugar and lemon juice
  • Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let soak for 12 hours in the refrigerator

Cooking the jam:

  • Pour the soaked strawberries and sugar in a saucepan or a preserving pan
  • Bring the contents of the saucepan to a boil over low heat
  • Insert the candy thermometer in the saucepan
  • As soon as the contents begin to bubble, remove the strawberries with a skimming ladle and set aside at room temperature Be careful to handle the strawberries delicately so that they remain whole
  • Continue to cook the syrup, skimming constantly
  • Put the strawberries back into the syrup and add the crushed peppercorns
  • Continue cooking slowly, skimming regularly
  • Remove from heat when the candy thermometer once again reads 221°F (105°C)
  • Pour the jam into previously sterilized glass jars and allow to cool


I’m sure you’ll never miss an occasion to spread this delicious jam on bread or toast, but I suggest you use it particularly for livening up any number of desserts. This strawberry jam goes wonderfully well with crepes, vanilla ice cream, on panna cotta, fromage blanc, yogurt, or why not as an accompaniment to mascarpone mousse?

You can also add some fresh mint leaves to this jam.


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