Israeli Etrog Jam Recipe

 
Etrog Jam
Etrog (citron) is an essential part of the Hebrew holiday Sukkot, not as a dish but as a symbol of good deeds and perfectness. Aside from its symbolic value, etrog as a jam can be a perfect culinary experience.

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  • Type
  • Vegetarian
  • Level
  • Medium
  • Prep Time
  • 1 Hour 20 Minutes
  • Total Time
  • 4 Days
  • Yield
  • 12 Servings
Tools You Will Need:
1 thick bottomed pot
1 medium pot
1 pot
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 cup
Ingredients:
3 yellow etrogs (citrons)
1 pound sugar
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Directions:
1. Cut the etrogs including peels to thin slices.

2. Place the slices in a medium pot. Cover with water and soak for 3 days.
Each day remove the old water and replace with fresh, clean water. This
is essential for getting rid of the bitterness.

3. On day 4 strain the slices in a colander.

4. Add the etrog slices and sugar to the thick bottomed pot. cook on low
fire until sugar melts.

5. Continue cooking on low fire while stirring from time to time. After 70-
80 minutes the etrog jam should have a jellied texture. If needed, cook
longer until it gels. Store in your refrigerator in glass jar. 
Best Served With: Moroccan Bread

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