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Our Mandarin and Fig Jam is a simple preserve that celebrates the intersection of California’s bountiful fig harvest with bright, freshly squeezed mandarin oranges. The result? A jam that’s delightful on morning toast but can also add depth to charcuterie boards and desserts.
California figs are more than just sweet morsels—they are a union of ideal soil conditions, the right amount of sunlight, and meticulous farming practices from passionate farmers. Fresh figs are primarily in season from May through November, while dried figs are available all year long.
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Step-by-Step How to Make Mandarin Fig Jam
Stem and chop fresh figs.
Transfer to a large heavy-bottomed pan.
Combine with sugar.
Allow the figs to macerate in the sugar.
Add juice to the fig mixture.
Stir to combine. Place over moderate heat.
Cook for about 20 minutes.
Transfer to sterilized jars. Store in the fridge for up to 3 months.
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