Tefal Vitafruit MJ701134 user manuals

Delicious fresh fruit juices

With the Vitafruit MJ7011 jam maker, put the fruits in the container, program the cooking time and let them simmer.
Thanks to its stainless container, its plastic blade for automatically blending the ingredients, its central tube for steam evacuation, its 6 cooking programmes and its special program ''Vital'' for a correct sugar quantity, it can be guaranteed that you can successfully prepare jams, jelly and other dishes in this jam maker.

Reference : MJ701134

Instructions & Manual
Frequent questions
Yes, however you do need to allow your jam maker time to cool down before starting a second batch of jam.
The most convenient way to use frozen fruit is to thaw the fruit first. You can use any of the thawed liquid from the fruit instead of water in the recipe.
Alternatively, use frozen fruit but add an extra 150 ml water. Also increase the cooking time by about 5 to 10 minutes, but check after an additional 5 minutes cooking to see if the preserve is cooked enough. It is normal when preparing frozen fruits for the paddle to stop turning for a while, but the fruit soon thaws and the paddle will turn freely again.
Unrefined sugar is not usually used when making preserves such as jams, jellies or marmalades for two reasons:
• It can affect the colour of the final preserve
• It may not dissolve as quickly
The minimum quantity of fruit that can be prepared is 500g, otherwise the contents could burn. In the recipe book most recipes use 1 kg of fruit, and can be reduced by half, the cooking time would need to be reduced by about 5 to 10 minutes.
The drive spindle is not removeable. If it becomes dirty, unplug the appliance and wipe the drive spindle with a damp cloth.
The timer starts to countdown when boiling point is reached.
White caster, granulated or jam sugars can be used. Do not use brown sugar (as it will cause the jam to ferment), diet sugar, low calorie sugar or artificial sweeteners.
Scum is normal when making preserves. After testing if the jam is set, skim it off with a strainer. Alternatively, stir in a knob of butter or a few drops of glycerine with a wooden spoon.
This is important to sterilise the jars, to avoid any microbes causing foodspoilage when storing the jam.
Your appliance contains valuable materials which can be recovered or recycled. Leave it at a local civic waste collection point.
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