The jam tastes excellent!, better than Burgundy plum jam which is very good. It has a mostly berry, some cherry, taste with a pleasant tang or somewhat carbonated fizz to it. It would be great as a topping on ice cream, filler for a jelly donut or a Nadia pie? Some fruit was put in the blender skin and all. It was poured into a bowl along with 30 to 40% sugar, 1 table spoon of fresh squeezed orange juice along with some pectin. The mixture was heated to a full boil then reduced to medium. About 10 minutes later the mixture starts to thicken, it starts to stick to the spoon. Pour into sterile jar then cover, allow to sit overnight. Watch some youtube videos for more details on jam making..
A very large pancake topped with Nadia jam and some fruit from the garden, yum!
Below are some dehydrated Nadia. It has a berry-cranberry like taste to it. It will become a fruit drying staple along with my dried apricots.
like tart cherries, Nadia is at its best when preserved into jam or dried.