Fig Chia Jam Recipe - Honey Fig Jam Recipe with step wise pictures. Fig Chia Jam is a healthy jam recipe which taste amazing. You can smear a healthy amount of this jam over some whole wheat toast and enjoy in the morning.
This jam is a very unique recipe, you don't need any sugar to thicken the jam. This jam is thickened using chia seeds.
Do you know! Chia seeds has as much calcium as a glass of milk, more Omega-3s than a serving of walnuts, as many antioxidants as blueberries. It is one of the highly nutritious seed.
About Fig Chia Jam Recipe
Figs are high in both calcium and potassium. These minerals can work together to increase bone density, thereby preventing conditions like osteoporosis. A potassium-rich diet, in particular, has been shown in studies to improve bone health and reduce bone turnover.
Jam is a thick sweet food made by cooking fruit with a lot of sugar and typically spread on bread. Chia seeds are the edible seeds of Salvia hispanica, a flowering plant in the mint family native to central and southern Mexico, or Salvia columbariae, a related plant native to the southwestern United States and Mexico. Chia
seeds are oval, grey, and have black and white spots, with a diameter of about 2 millimetres.
About Chia Seeds
Chia seeds can be consumed in so many ways. You can add it in regular water and have it. Or add it in lemonade and juices. It can be added to porridges and smoothies as well. This is a healthy jam recipe which calls for chia seeds. The jam is thickened with these chia seeds.
These chia seeds has so many benefits within them
- They supports digestion
- Great source of protein.
- Good for weight loss, since it suppress appetite.
- Increases energy.
- Essential Fatty Acids
- Vitamins A, B, E and D
- Minerals like calcium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, copper, zinc, magnesium, manganese, niacin, thiamine, and others
Ingredients for Fig Chia Jam Recipe
A tender, ripe fig is heavy with its own syrupy liqueur, which drips out of its base if you leave it too long. The flavour is honey-like sweetness with a subtle hint of berry and fresher shades of a cookie flavour.
Chia seeds have a mild flavour that absorbs the flavour of whatever food or beverage they are mixed with. When they are mixed with liquid, they expand several times their original size and form a gelatinous coating that is easy to swallow and digest. Chia seeds can be added directly to liquid-containing products such as juice or yoghurt.
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Fig Chia Jam Recipe
- Figs - 3 to 4 cups chopped
- Water - 1 cup
- Honey or Maple Syrup or any sweetner as needed
- Chia Seeds - ¼ cup
- Take figs in a pan and heat till it softens a little.
- Add in water and cook that till it gets pulpy and thick.
- Take it off the heat and add honey and chia seeds and mix well.
- Cover and set aside for 1 hour.
- Now jam is done.
- Take it in a clean container and store in fridge.
Fig Chia Jam Recipe Step by Step Pictures
1)Take ripe figs. Over ripe fruits are best in this recipe.
2)Cut into chunks
3)Take it in a sauce pan
4)Cook on medium heat till it softens a little
5)Add in some water
6)Cook till it thickens
7)Now it is nicely thickened
8)Take it off the heat and add in honey to taste
9)Add as much as you like.
10)Add in chia seeds
11)Mix well. Now cover it and set aside for 1 to 2 hours.
12)Now it has got very thick and gel like. Store in a dry container in fridge. It stays good upto 10 days.