I forgot to add... I used 1/2 a vanilla bean but scraped the inside out and mixed that in as apposed to leaving the 1/2 vanilla bean in and extracting it later. I also used Fruit Fresh and a potato masher to 'crush' the fruit... the mango I sliced off the seed and found it was little too chunky in the end so got the kitchen aid hand blender out and vitamised that a bit to a smoother consistency. I also used a candy thermometer - like I said, all new to this... and working out what works for me. 10 stars for this awesome concoction! thanks so much
Delicious!<br/><br/>Following this recipe exactly, however, only yielded 12 1/4 pint (125 ml) jars.
I have made this one twice as I have both mangos and banana in the yard. I love watching people taste it and then telling me they never imagined banana in a jam.
I am a novice canner. I made 6 jars of this and everyone is begging for more. I used a little vanilla extract, as no vanilla bean was to be found in this little town. Thanks for the great recipe that I will use again and again!!!
This is sooooooo good. Another unique jam to add to my repitore. After I make something twice I claim it as my own! I even forgot the vanilaa bean and it still tastes wonderful and set beautifully. Can't wait to crack open a jar!
This is good, tasty thick Jam