Amarena cherries

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Amarena cherries

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1 Kg Black cherry
500 g Sugar

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Amarena cherries in syrup are among those homemade preserves that lend themselves to many uses. With Amarena cherries in syrup we can garnish desserts, top pancakes or waffles, try pouring them on a ice cream when summer comes.

Only granulated sugar and fresh black cherries are needed to prepare this preserve, the ripening of which takes place between the months of June and July, making this preserve a summer recipe. Amarena cherries are a particular type of cherry with a more bitter taste, which is why they are also called sour cherries or black cherries.

The preserve can be made with black cherries alone or can include the addition of flavoring ingredients such as vanilla, orange zest, cinnamon or star anise. You can also add a tablespoon of liqueur (with high alcohol content) just before closing the jars. Finally, it is important that the jars for storing black cherries are properly sterilized.

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Wash and dry the sour cherries carefully. Remove the stone and the small and pour them into a large bowl so that they do not clump together.

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Pour the sugar over the black cherries, cover the bowl with a towel, and let stand overnight.

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The next day, drain the sour cherries from the juice they will have released and store them in a container. Pour the juice into a thick-bottomed pot and cook over moderate heat until a slight foam appears on the surface. As soon as it appears, remove the pot from the heat and pour the juice over the sour cherries. Cover with a towel and let stand another night. Repeat the operation the next day.

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Pour the resulting mixture into sterilized jars, making sure that the syrup completely covers the sour cherries. Seal tightly, turn the jars upside down and let them cool.

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