Nasturtium Elderflower Jam


Nasturtium Elderflower Jam

Nasturtium Elderflower Jam
Nasturtium Elderflower Jam

"Both of the plants are retro and are getting more and more attention nowadays. There is good reason for this, I think. We are changing, all of us; we are discovering that life is more about Nature than anything else. It is good to understand this. Besides, we tend to be frugal. That is our own choice. Everything is already here. We just have to educate ourselves to use it. Also, every plant carries it's own message and flavor and cure. As about the taste of Nasturtium flower,it is a sweet flavor that finishes with pepperish one. I have chosen to put together two delicate flavors to see if it can bring something worth of sharing. And it is. Very elderflowerish and light; different from the one I prepared combining oranges and nasturtium ( Nasturtium Orange Jam ). Since nasturtium was ready for process at the end of summer and elderflower was stored in my pantry since spring, I would very much like to emphasize the importance of canning and preserving in my life. Not only that we eat healthy but it makes me feel good to see the results of our creations. It is amazing, really. So, here comes Mr. Pepperish one."

Preparation Time15 min

Cooking Time15 min

Cooking Vessel Sizemedium sized pot


  • edible flowers, nasturtium flowers, elderflower syrup

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