Feijoa jam recipe, NZ Woman's Weekly – Feijoas are great eaten on their own but fortunately you can also freeze the pulp if you are struggling to get through the excess. You can use the pulp to make fruit crumble, feijoa bran muffins, or chutneys. Here's a recipe for feijoa jam! – foodhub.co.nz
Benefits Brazilian Guava/Feijoa- It's rich in Fiber. It contains needed amounts of Vitamin A, B, and C. Contains Calcium and Iron, great source of Magnesium. It is also known as the Pineapple Guava or Guavasteen and is named after Joao da Silva Feijoa, a Brazilian botanist .
With their highly perfumed flavour and firm texture, feijoas are ideal for bottling. The excessive amount of fruit on Sophie's tree, which was abundantly covered when we visited, usually finds its way to the preserving pan and into jars each year. Her recipe, which uses a light syrup and the over-flow method of bottling, is quick and simple to make. Sophie says when the tree is laden she can bottle up to half a dozen jars before breakfast or after dinner to avoid having to throw any away.