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#1 Wed 20 Jun 12 3:46pm

Swanners

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Preserving Jamie at Home barbecue sauce...

Hi there, I'd really like to make jars of the Jamie Oliver homemade barbecuse sauce as featured in Jamie at Home book to give to friends as presents, can anyone advise how long you think it will last and whether the jars need to be treated in anyway (other than being sterilised) as the ingredients aren't cooked at all?

Any advice gratefully received!

Many thanks
Stephanie

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#2 Thu 21 Jun 12 1:59am

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Preserving Jamie at Home barbecue sauce...

You'll find your answers at the bottom of the link: http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/othe … -bbq-sauce
Good luck with it! smile

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#3 Thu 21 Jun 12 10:15am

Swanners

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Re: Preserving Jamie at Home barbecue sauce...

Ah thank you, I wanted to be doubly sure as it's a different recipe and the one from 'at home' doesn't get heated at all but if the method is the same that's brilliant! I'll get making!

Thank you smile

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#4 Thu 21 Jun 12 11:05am

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Preserving Jamie at Home barbecue sauce...

Yeah, I noticed this one is cooked, I guess you can get away with not cooking if you are using it straight away.

You are going to make friends very happy! cool

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#5 Thu 21 Jun 12 2:50pm

MsPablo

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Re: Preserving Jamie at Home barbecue sauce...

Swanners wrote:

Hi there, I'd really like to make jars of the Jamie Oliver homemade barbecuse sauce as featured in Jamie at Home book to give to friends as presents, can anyone advise how long you think it will last and whether the jars need to be treated in anyway (other than being sterilised) as the ingredients aren't cooked at all?

Any advice gratefully received!

Many thanks
Stephanie

The one in Jamie at Home is used as a marinade.  I don't think it's a recipe designed for preserving in jars, although maybe it could be used that way if it were processed properly in a pressure canner .  .  . but I think you're safer choosing a recipe designed for canning for gifts.

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#6 Thu 21 Jun 12 5:27pm

mark's kitchen

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Re: Preserving Jamie at Home barbecue sauce...

Just read the recipe, one question, 6 cloves of what? In last line bellow. I assume garlic but we all know what happens when we ASSUME!!!

"Herbs and spices:
10 sprigs of fresh thyme or lemon thyme, leaves picked
10 sprigs of fresh rosemary, leaves picked
a small bunch of fresh coriander
10 bay leaves
1 teaspoon cumin seeds
2 tablespoons fennel seeds
2 tablespoons smoked paprika
6 cloves"

Mark

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#7 Thu 21 Jun 12 5:34pm

MsPablo

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Re: Preserving Jamie at Home barbecue sauce...

Mark, it is '5 cloves', meaning 5 whole cloves (dry spice).  The recipe also calls for a bulb of garlic which is more like 10 - 12 cloves of garlic.

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#8 Thu 21 Jun 12 9:25pm

mark's kitchen

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Re: Preserving Jamie at Home barbecue sauce...

MsPablo wrote:

Mark, it is '5 cloves', meaning 5 whole cloves (dry spice).  The recipe also calls for a bulb of garlic which is more like 10 - 12 cloves of garlic.

Ah, stupid me. 5 whole cloves (the spice)

Thank you so much.

Mark
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