Because I'm incredibly lazy, all of their fruit drinks I roll is the only way, no two or three fills, no sterilization. Any berries and fruits, even the most capricious, like cherries. Apples, pears, peaches, apricots, nectarines, cherries, cherries, grapes, strawberries, blueberries, cloudberries... all that your heart desires! Method all the same. Preliminary preparation of the fruit varies. So I invite you to my kitchen, get acquainted.
Any fruit or berries, of course, need to pre-wash and let the water drain out. Peaches, if a large and do not pass into the throat of the banks, cut into halves and remove seeds.
Apples and pears clean cored and cut into wedges. The rest leave as is. Here light and dark sweet cherries and nectarines.
Grapes with brush removed, but my carefully. In jars with grapes and cherries for flavor, add a Cup of lemon or orange, as they do not have a pronounced flavor.
Very carefully wash the jars and sterilize them. If little jars, sterilized over a kettle of boiling water, if much in the oven. Cover well boil. I use two-liter cans to outdoor compote was not. Opened the jar - drink. My family the most. Only strawberry close in liter jars.
In a little cold cans to fill the fruit about 1/3 volume. Strawberries - half banks, it is strongly uvarivaetsja. Cover prokipyachennymi covers.
While there is all this preparation, in a large saucepan 7-9 liters of preparing the syrup is based on 1 liter of water - 200 g sugar (this is a little incomplete tea Cup).
On a stool to put a large bowl and pour hot water. In the water, put a jar of fruit to the bottom is warmed.
Remove the lid and carefully pour boiling syrup in a jar so he could overrun.
This is very important!!! The Bank must be free of air.
Immediately cover with a lid and roll. Remove the jar from the bowl, and into it put the following jar. Roll up the Bank to flip to the cover and put in a pre-prepared place where they will stand a couple of days, wrapped with something warm. Cover.
So roll up all the prepared jars, then carefully ukucati them a warm blanket or coat. Banks should stand wrapped, until cool.