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Cherries Compote

Updated: Jul 8

  • For this, cherry compote is fantastic and a great solution if you don't have room in your freezer. You pack in sterile jars and arrange them in the pantry. A healthy and simple treat that you can prepare in summer for winter. For this, you will need sterile 720 ml jars. There are approximately 5 to 6 tablespoons of sugar per jar. One row of cherries, one row of sugar, then cover with cold water. Before starting the preparation, you should thoroughly wash the jars and lids and sterilize them. See the procedure here. Follow the recipe.

Ingredients: simple total time: 30 min.
  • cherries

  • sugar

  • 720 ml sterile jars

  1. Wash the cherries well and remove the stems.

  2. Arrange 1 row of cherries and one row of sugar in a jar. About 5 to 6 tablespoons per 720 ml jar.

  3. Place a clean cotton cloth in a larger and deeper pot, arrange the prepared jars, filled and closed with lids, in the pot.

  4. Place a cloth between the jars so that the jars do not touch.

  5. Pour water into the pan so that it covers both the lids and the jars.

  6. Cook compote on low heat. From the moment it starts to boil, leave it for another 10 minutes.

  7. Turn off the heat and take out the jars, clean the jars and leave them in a dry and dark place. This is practical because you can store them in the pantry over the winter.

Buon appetito!


  • Compotes can be eaten hot or cold, depending on the season. Cold in the summer and warm in the winter, at least that's how I like it.

  • It is an extremely healthy treat.

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