Watermelon & Rose Petal Jam with Buttermilk Pudding


Preparation info

  • Makes 625 ml 2½ cups Jam and


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Appears in

Falling Cloudberries

By Tessa Kiros

Published 2004

  • About

As far as I am concerned, roses in food are the epitome of gorgeous. If you want to make this jam more rosy, add a few drops of rose water, and if you have any petals left over you can always scatter them in your bath. This jam is quite runny and has a beautiful colour — it would be wonderful dribbled over a not-too-sweet ice cream or served with a blob of crème fraiche. If you can manage it, make the jam with the first of the watermelons and the last of the roses. If you prefer your jam th