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This is now my favorite jam recipe. I've made 3 batches this summer... and have already finished 2 small pots... by myself !!! Rich in flavor.

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Vicki G. September 27, 2010

YUMMY! Processed 30 pints of plum jam and sadly only 5 of these. But, there is a silver linning I have another plum tree ripening. Silver ball says, "More Ginger, Lime Plum Jam in the future". Thank you Rita I really enjoy this flavor.

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:)Shirl(: August 09, 2011

This was good and very easy to make. I really liked the addition of lime and ginger to the plums. Next time I will reduce the amount of lime and ginger by about 1/3-1/2 as we found the flavors were overpowering.

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FlyingCook August 01, 2011

I made this last summer when Italian prune (plum) tree was full of fruit...I loved the ginger and the lime together with the sweet plums. I made 3 batches of this jam and I think it is different, very good and worth trying.

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audrey.vedaa February 04, 2010

Really, really tasty jam. Made twice, once with yellow flesh plums, once with prune plums. Halved recipe each time. The ginger and lime is so lively.

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woodland hues September 16, 2009

I agree with Kittencal - fantastic jam and easy to make. I left the pips in, so I used about 12 - 13 cups of yellow flesh plums. Start removing pips as soon as flesh has softened. It's best to keep stirring jam during this process, so the bottom doesn't burn. I didn't do the boiling water bath. Test jam for consistency on a small plate that has been left in freezer a couple of hours. If it doesn't run everywhere, it's just right!......aquila1317

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t160rider January 03, 2009

This is wonderful jam! I just used regular plums and also decreased the grated gingerroot to about 2 tablespoons, also I omitted the dry ginger, thanks Rita!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz September 24, 2006
Plum Jam With Lime and Ginger