- 2 kg of blueberries,
- 2 liters of water,
- 6 sachets of citric acid,
- 5 kg of sugar.
Wash fruits well. Sprinkle with citric acid and leave for 12-16 hours. Strain through a thin cloth. In the obtained juice, 1 kg of sugar is added to 1 liter of liquid. Stir until the sugar is completely dissolved. The syrup is poured into bottles, which are stored in a cool and dark place.
Blueberry syrup without cooking – the second variant
Ingredients needed: 1 kg of fresh blueberries, 2 teaspoons of citric acid, 1 kg of sugar.
Technology: Fruits are washed and pressed. The resulting juice is filtered and left to rest for 24 hours. Add citric acid and stir. The finished syrup is poured into bottles, which are stored in a cool and dark place.