This delicious conserve is perfect for capturing the full flavour of apricots
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Keeping your conserve for longer
This conserve is low in sugar so it will need to be kept in the fridge, unless you ‘bottle’ it once it is jarred. To do this, set the jars in a large, deep pan lined with a tea towel, making sure the tops are securely on. Weave another tea towel around the jars to stop them knocking together. Pour over water to cover the jars completely, then bring to the boil. Simmer for 1 hour, then leave in the water to cool. The jam can now be kept in a cool, dark place for up to a year.