Bayberry rock sugar
  • March 09,2023

It's time to eat red blueberries again. Of course, such a seasonal and hard-to-keep thing is trying to keep that flavor ^_^ Preservation method 1: Put it in freezer and freeze. Method 2: Of course, they make sweet and sour blueberries.

The number of materials used is not limited, it all depends on size of pot.
  • 1 Bayberry rock sugar

    Go peeling fresh blueberries

  • 2 Bayberry rock sugar

    Soak in low-salt water for 15 minutes because it is quite fresh, and blueberry meat is firm, so there is no legendary worm.

  • 3 Bayberry rock sugar

    Take a saucepan, put rock sugar and water and boil rock sugar (too much rock sugar here, you need very little, blueberries are sweet on their own)

  • 4 Bayberry rock sugar

    Pour peeled blueberries into a saucepan and boil them over medium heat (use tools to flip them from side of pot to middle, being careful not to touch blueberries pulp)

  • 5 Bayberry rock sugar

    Keep cooking as blueberries begin to shrink

  • 6 Bayberry rock sugar

    This process takes about 30 minutes. By end of term, blueberries were all wrinkled. At this time, it is not easy to stir it. You can shake pan so that it warms up evenly and does not overcook.

  • 7 Bayberry rock sugar

    Simmer until pan is dry and there is no more water sediment on berries, try to dry as much as possible, drier better

  • 8 Bayberry rock sugar

    Place on a plate and let cool naturally

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    After cooling, mix with sugar

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    Put in a jar and store in refrigerator