Blackberry syrup

Because my sister brought me about 3 kg of blackberries, she advised me to make syrup and even if it's the first time I do it, it turned out very good!

  • approx 3 kg walls
  • sugar
  • 1 cup lemon juice
  • 1 vial of vanilla essence

Servings: -

Preparation time: less than 60 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Blackberry syrup:

I passed the blackberries through a stream of water, then I put them in a pan and I pressed them very well (with a glove in my hand) and I poured 1 liter of water into the composition. I left them like that until the 2nd day. I strained the mixture. I measured the liquid and depending on how much I got, I added as much sugar to the liquid. I put it on the fire, stirring constantly until the sugar melted, I took the foam formed and let it boil for about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Towards the end I poured the lemon juice and the essence and let it boil for about 20 minutes until it becomes a little viscous. The next day I put it in bottles.

I got a delicious syrup.

Tips sites

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I got 4 liters of syrup


Blackberry syrup for sore throat - recipe

Dr. Marc Bosquet proposes a simple recipe for blackberry syrup. Squeeze enough ripe blackberries until 500 milliliters are collected. Put the blackberry juice in a saucepan.

Add 800 grams of sugar and simmer for 20 minutes on low heat. Leave to cool, then transfer to bottles and store in the refrigerator.

If you want a sugar-free blackberry syrup recipe, try this Blackberry Honey-Free Boiling Syrup

Blackberry leaf tea

Another remedy that can be helpful in sore throat is blackberry tea.

Use 40 g of blackberry leaves to boil in 1 liter of water. The tea obtained also helps in case of urine in the blood.

From the blackberry leaves you can also get a tea that can be used in sitting baths to treat hemorrhoids. Boil 2 handfuls of leaves in 2 liters of water for 10 minutes. Strain the tea and add it to the bath water.

The astringent action of the leaves also recommends them in oral diseases, such as:

  • gingival inflammation
  • canker sores
  • tonsillitis
  • pharyngitis
  • angina
  • dental neuralgia

In these cases, tea made from blackberry leaves or buds will be used. With strained tea, sweetened with a little honey, rinse your mouth or gargle, several times a day.

Blackberry leaves also help in:

1. Marc Bosquet, Mure, 500 Recipes for health and beauty, Nicol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2014, pp. 67-68
2. Annette McDermott, Natalie Butler, Blackberries: Health Benefits and Nutrition Information, Healthline: https://www.healthline.com/health/benefits-of-blackberries

* The advice and any health information available on this site are for informational purposes, do not replace the doctor's recommendation. If you suffer from chronic diseases or follow medication, we recommend that you consult your doctor before starting a cure or natural treatment to avoid interaction. By postponing or interrupting classic medical treatments you can endanger your health.


Preparation

Preparation: 15 MIN

Cooking: 10min

Attention: 24min

Simmer the blackberries with water over high heat.

Then pass the mixture through a blender and let stand for a day.

The next day, switch the mixture to Chinese and weigh to determine how much sugar will need to be added. You need to add one and a half times its weight in sugar.

Stir the mixture for 5 minutes then allow to cool and bottle.

Tips

Remember to sterilize your bottles by boiling them in water for 30 min.


I received several recurring questions. Here are the answers:

1. Yes, it binds with gauze and lasts 2-3 years! The syrup breathes through the gauze and evaporates a little forming a gelatinous layer on the surface, similar to a natural stopper.

2. It has a lot of sugar because it is SYRUP (not juice)! In a large glass pour 1 finger of syrup and dilute with plain water, mineral or soda.

3. I would not replace sugar with honey because it tastes like medicine. In addition, honey can trigger an unwanted fermentation process.

4. Lemon salt is crystallized, concentrated citric acid. Citric acid exists naturally in all fruits (especially citrus fruits) and is formed in the human body as a result of reactions (read here). Lemon juice contains citric acid but diluted and does not help me with this recipe. In addition, it diverts its taste and aroma.

5. Risk 10 lei: 4 lei costs 1 kg of strawberries and another 6 lei costs 2 kg of sugar and you get 3.5 L of concentrated strawberry syrup.

Here's how I made cherry syrup without boiling (raw) & # 8211 recipe here.


  • 1 kg strawberries or other fruits (cleaned scales)
  • 10 g of lemon salt
  • 700 ml of cold water
  • 2,250 kg of cough sugar

Pigeon syrup

Here is a delicious syrup: Pigeon syrup, only good to prepare for winter. Recipe sent by Anisoara67: Pigeon syrup.

Ingredient Pigeon syrup

1 kg of ripe pigeon fruit (harvested in October, after the first frost), 1 kg of sugar

Preparation Pigeon syrup
The pigeons are cleaned of tails and then washed in several cold waters. Put them in a pot and cover with cold water to pass 2 cm over the fruit and boil for approx. 30 minutes, until their skin cracks.
Strain the juice then pass well with a spoon until we get rid of the seeds and skin. Strain the resulting juice once more through a thicker sieve, add enough water to get about 1 liter of liquid, add sugar and bring to a boil. When we press the juice it has a cloudy appearance, but when we add the sugar, it clears and acquires a beautiful, ruby ​​color. Boil the syrup with sugar for another 30 minutes, over low heat, frothing occasionally with a whisk. The syrup is delicious, tasty, a little sour and full of vitamin C. It is stored in bottles with airtight lids and kept cold for several months.


Blackberry syrup

1. Put the washed and well drained blackberries on low heat together with 500 ml of water and grated lemon peel. Boil for 5 minutes and put the whole composition in a gauze, put in 3-4 layers, drain for 2 hours.

2. Mix the remaining sugar and water in an enamel or stainless steel bowl and put on the fire until the sugar dissolves. When the syrup has set, add the strained blackberry juice and simmer for 10-15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Set aside and pour the lemon juice.

3. Pour the hot syrup into the sterilized jars / bottles, screw in the lids and place them in a saucepan of water, just above half the jars. Leave on low heat and from the moment the water boils, leave them for another 10 minutes.

4. Remove, cover with a blanket and allow to cool for 24 hours (or longer). Check the lids: if they are bent up or down, unseal them and repeat the cooking procedure or, better, consume them immediately.


Ingredients: 24 Pers.

Wash the blackberries and place them in a saucepan with 20 cl of water. Cook over high heat for 10 min. Keep cool for 12 hours.

Strain the juice through a sieve. Weigh it and then add one and a half times its weight in sugar. Let simmer for 5 min.

Cool to room temperature.

Pour the syrup into the bottles and keep in the fridge.

Tips

Blackberry has antibacterial and astringent properties. This gourmet syrup can also be medicinal, especially recommended for sore throats and coughs!


Preparation

Preparation: 15 MIN

Cooking: 10min

Attention: 24min

Simmer the blackberries with water over high heat.

Then pass the mixture through a blender and let stand for a day.

The next day, switch the mixture to Chinese and weigh to determine how much sugar will need to be added. You need to add one and a half times its weight in sugar.

Stir the mixture for 5 minutes then allow to cool and bottle.

Tips

Remember to sterilize your bottles by boiling them in water for 30 min.


Preparation

Preparation: 15 MIN

Cooking: 10min

Attention: 24min

Simmer the blackberries with water over high heat.

Then pass the mixture through a blender and let stand for a day.

The next day, switch the mixture to Chinese and weigh to determine how much sugar will need to be added. You need to add one and a half times its weight in sugar.

Stir the mixture for 5 minutes then allow to cool and bottle.

Tips

Remember to sterilize your bottles by boiling them in water for 30 min.


Put boiling water in a pot. When it boils, add the shock flowers.

The flowers are shaken forward very carefully, we choose them carefully, so that no leaves remain.

We press the plants, to be very well covered by water, we will get a yellow and beautiful juice.

Let it boil. After it boils, let it boil for another 2-3 minutes, then turn off the heat.

Cover the pot with a napkin and let it rest for 15-20 minutes, to infuse.

We strain the obtained liquid, we squeeze the flowers very well, to remove the fragrant liquid from them.

In the juice we obtained add the sugar and put the pot on the fire, add the lemon slices. Let everything boil.

From the moment it boils, let it boil for another 10-15 minutes, until the syrup is well bound to the shock.

We prepare a clean bottle, which we sterilize beforehand. Under the glass we will put a metal tray, to attenuate the thermal shock.

Add the boiling syrup, little by little, to the bottle. We tighten the lid very well, then we cover the glass with beds, thick cloths, we let it cool at will.

Tips from Gina Bradea

-You can also put the syrup in shapes for ice cubes or in bags for ice cubes. We put them in the freezer and we can use them throughout the summer to make lemonade with shock syrup.

-Shock syrup is great for syrup various cakes and pies. To 100 ml of syrup add 200 ml of water and boil. It is very good for cakes and cakes with simple creams, vanilla or fruit.

shock is part of the wonders of nature, is a diuretic, recommended in diets, colds, avitaminosis. Pay close attention to pregnant women, low consumption is recommended!

I invite you to watch the video recipe here, below!

Syrup video recipe


Cold blackberry syrup, without preservatives - prescription, administration, therapeutic indications

Blackberry syrup is a soft drink and also a natural medicine for preventing or treating various ailments.

Blackberries are a real collection of vitamins, minerals, pigments and organic acids with a strong antioxidant effect.

All these healing substances can be assimilated only from fresh fruit, and to a lesser extent from frozen fruit, but not from cooked fruit.

As such, in order to obtain therapeutic effects, we will focus, this time, on the consumption of fruits in the form of cold-prepared syrup, without sugar and preservatives.

Blackberry syrup, without thermal preparation - Recipe

Natural blackberry syrup, prepared cold, is recommended in the purification of the body of toxins by gastrointestinal, renal and sweating.

It has a slightly laxative action due to its content in organic acids, it is a disinfectant and bacteriostat of the digestive tract and urinary tract (diarrhea, enterocolitis, cystitis, urethritis), being recommended as an adjunct in combating gout.

It is very rich in antioxidants & # 8211 anthocyanidins, vitamin C, vitamin E and ellagic acid & # 8211 which is why some researchers claim that it has a role in destroying abnormal cells in the body. At the same time, it protects cells in the aging process.

Method of preparation

⇒ Choose blackberries, smaller in size, with a darker color and a discreet scent.

⇒ Wash the blackberries, clean them of any impurities, drain the excess water very well, then place them on paper towels, and with another layer of napkins (unscented use ordinary paper towels) tap lightly, for to dry.

⇒ Washed and dried blackberries are crushed with a wooden spoon, put in a gauze with fine mesh and squeezed, thus obtaining a clear juice.

⇒ To this juice add a few mint leaves (washed well and dried by tapping) and honey - more precisely, 3 glasses of natural honey to 1 glass of blackberry juice.

⇒ Mix, add to dark glass containers (preferably) with a lid, then allow to homogenize for 7 days in a cool, dark place. After this period, the blackberry syrup can be stored in the pantry.

Blackberry syrup, an exceptional stimulant of immunity

How to use

♣ Internal: in the form of juice, dissolving blackberry syrup in mineral water or spring water, as a soft drink.

♣ For therapeutic purposes: to treat various ailments, blackberry syrup is administered as such, undiluted & # 8211 3 & # 8211 6 tablespoons of blackberry syrup per day for 6 weeks.

Strengthens immunity

Blackberry syrup is an exceptional stimulant of immunity, being rich in vitamin C and anthocyanin pigments & # 8211 substances that stimulate the production of cells of the immune system and activate existing ones.

It is excellent for sick children, who catch a cold very easily, have a very high sensitivity to infections and a whimsical appetite.

Other therapeutic indications for blackberry syrup cure:

  • Colds, infectious diseases accompanied by fever
  • Prevention of cancer with digestive localization, of those with hormonal determination, but also against those induced by irradiation, in the breast, of the cervix, of the oral cavity, of the colon
  • Constipation
  • Digestive candidiasis
  • Allergy
  • Macular degeneration
  • Premature aging
  • Asthma
  • Respiratory viruses
  • Diseases accompanied by fever and inflammation.

Precautions, contraindications

Blackberry-based preparations are contraindicated in pregnancy. People suffering from diabetes, fermentation colitis or irritable bowel syndrome will consume blackberry syrup in small doses.