Wonderful jam with a delightful hint of Grand Marnier. Excellent on a bagel with cream cheese.
Make and share this Blueberry - Grand Marnier Jam recipe from Food.com.
- Place blueberries in large pot.
- Add water and lemon juice.
- Mash slightly.
- Let stand 10 minutes.
- Add sugar and mix well.
- Place over high heat, being to full rolling boil and boil hard for 1 minute, stirring constantly.
- Remove from heat.
- Stir in pectin and liqueur.
- Stir and skim for 5 minutes.
I have been making this for several years now and my entire family ask for it every year. The flavor is superb. The touch of grand mariner gives it just a hint of orange that is quite addictive. Matter of fact, I am making a trip to Sam's tomorrow and plan to buy enough blueberries to make a triple batch. Many thanks for an excellent recipe.
Made 3 batches in one week. For the second two batches, I subbed Chambord and may consider Amaretto in the future. All are absolutely FABULOUS. It's a recipe I would have given you money, but I spent my very last million just a week ago, dang it.
Delicious! Last season I used Triple Sec (tight budget), but today I made this jam using the Grand Marnier--I found a store that carries the small bottle. The cashier asked me if I was going to make a pie with the blueberries I was buying, and I told her about this jam. She wants to buy a jar! This recipe made 8 half-pint jars, plus and extra 1/4 cup for tomorrow's breakfast bagel. Thank you for sharing this recipe!