Sea buckthorn jelly

Sea buckthorn jelly

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Ingredients for Making Sea Buckthorn Jelly

For the first version of jelly, we need:

  1. Sea buckthorn juice 1 liter.
  2. Sugar 1 kilogram.
  3. Gelatin in granules 10-12 grams.

For the second version of jelly, we need:

  1. Sea buckthorn juice 1 liter.
  2. Sugar 600 grams.

For the third option, we need jelly:

  1. Sea buckthorn juice 1 liter.
  2. Sugar 2 kilograms.

For the fourth version of jelly, we need:

  1. Sea buckthorn juice 1 liter.
  2. Sugar is 1.5 kilograms.

For the fifth version of jelly, we need:

  1. Sea buckthorn juice 1 liter.
  2. Granulated sugar 1 kg.
  • Main ingredients Sea buckthorn
  • Serving 4-6
  • World Cuisine


Mechanical juicer, Juice container, Rubber siphon tube, Small deep pan, Small gelatin swelling bowl, Roll-up cans, Metal lids for rolling, Small glass containers or small cans, 2 liter enameled bowl, Wooden stupa, Wooden beater, Kitchen plate

Making sea buckthorn jelly:

Step 1: determine which option we will make jelly.

The sea buckthorn jelly recipe can be prepared in several ways. First you should select all the ripe berries, and then, in the future, to make them jelly - you will need to squeeze the juice out of them. Juice is best squeezed using a mechanical juicer, rather than electric. This is due to the fact that at rather high speeds, there is a very intense destruction of vitamin C, which is part of the sea buckthorn. Next, when pressed, we get “juice”, which after a while is divided into two fractions: pasty with oil on top and transparent, golden below. With the help of a rubber siphon tube, we selected only the lower part from the upper one and we get natural juice sea ​​buckthorn.

Step 2: Option 1 for preparing sea buckthorn jelly.

Take 1 liter natural sea buckthorn juice and add to it 1 kg granulated sugar as well 10 - 12 grams gelatin, which we previously wetted in water and which was allowed to swell for 6 hours. Next, we boil the resulting mixture in a small saucepan until we get it in the saucepan 1/3 from the entire initial volume of juice. The boiling process will take you about half an hour. If you need to store sea buckthorn jelly for a long time, then it should be poured into hot and completely dry cans, which should then be covered with metal lids and pasteurized in a deep pan with heated water in it 90 degrees: can capacity 0.5 liter - 8 minutes, 1 liter - 15 minutes.

Step 3: Option 2 for the preparation of sea buckthorn jelly.

We take a two-liter pan, pour it there 1 liter sea ​​buckthorn juice and pour to it 600 grams granulated sugar. Then put the pan on a very small fire and boil the mixture somewhere 10 - 15 minutes. Remove the cooked boiled jelly from the fire, then cool it slightly to room temperature and pour it into either small molds or small glass containers. Keep this jelly in a cool place.

Step 4: Option 3 for preparing sea buckthorn jelly.

We take the already obtained freshly squeezed sea buckthorn juice, pour it into a small enameled bowl and add granulated sugar to it (on 1 liter juice accounted for 2 kilograms granulated sugar), mix everything thoroughly and pour into any glass container.

Step 5: Option 4 for the preparation of sea buckthorn jelly.

After thoroughly sorting and scrupulously washing freshly collected sea buckthorn, we wipe in a mortar with a wooden mallet and to the already obtained 1 kilogram add such mass 1.5 kilograms granulated sugar, then carefully mix everything with a wooden spoon and with it we transfer this mass to previously prepared glass containers.

Step 6: Option 5 for making sea buckthorn jelly.

We take freshly squeezed 1 liter sea ​​buckthorn juice, pour it into an enameled bowl, pour into it 1 kg granulated sugar, mix everything thoroughly and carefully place in the prepared container so that sea buckthorn juice in the end takes 3/4 total volume in a container. Then carefully cork the container and put such sea buckthorn jelly in a cool dark place.

Step 7: serve the sea buckthorn jelly.

It is unlikely that you will still find some berries that would contain as many vitamins as sea buckthorn berries. That is why we will need them in the winter, so that our own hand-made jelly from sea buckthorn in the winter not only constantly reminds us of warm summer days, but also gives us the necessary amount of vitamins. In addition, it can be used in various pastries or simply savor over a cup of your favorite tea. Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- - after the jellies have hardened, they should not be dipped in hot water for a short time in order to easily put the jelly on a serving dish.

- - if you add a little jelly of sea buckthorn to the tea, then such tea will help in the prevention and treatment of various diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. He will also help with anemia. Since sea buckthorn jelly is an excellent source of vitamins, it will help you strengthen the gums, remove bad breath, and eliminate various inflammation of the gums.

- - Using jelly from sea buckthorn, you will help your body preserve not only your health, but youth with beauty, and also help your body fight many diseases.