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Cherry plum and strawberry compote for the winter

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I do not like sugary sweet drinks, therefore, in this version, cherry plum dilutes the taste well with its unobtrusive acid. Strawberries add a fragrant and aromatic taste to the drink. Compote is perfect for any pastry, dessert. I am sure you will like the compote and you will harvest it for yourself and your family.

Prepare strawberries, cherry plums, water and sugar.

Cherry plum and strawberry compote for the winter - photo step 2

Be sure to wash and dry the strawberries and cherry plum. Tear off the tails from the strawberries.

Cherry plum and strawberry compote for the winter - photo step 3

Wash the jar for the preparation thoroughly with baking soda, then rinse well under warm running water. Sterilize the jar and lid in a convenient way – over steam, in the oven or microwave. Transfer the strawberries and cherry plums to the jar.

Cherry plum and strawberry compote for the winter - photo step 4

Boil clean water on the stove, pour boiling water into a jar, put a lid on the neck and leave for 10 minutes. After a while, pour the water into a saucepan, bring to a boil and return to the jar, again leave it alone for 10 minutes.

Cherry plum and strawberry compote for the winter - photo step 5

Pour the water back into the pan, add granulated sugar, boil the compote for 2 minutes.

Cherry plum and strawberry compote for the winter - photo step 6

Return the fragrant and tasty compote to the jar with the steamed berries.

Cherry plum and strawberry compote for the winter - photo step 7

Roll up the jar tightly with a sterile lid, put upside down. Cover the workpiece with a warm blanket or blanket, leave it alone for 24 hours. After the specified time, transfer the workpiece to the pantry.

Cherry plum and strawberry compote for the winter - photo step 8

Happy blanks!

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