How to cook crystal sugar yellow peach & Canned yellow peach

Make it with rock candy and yellow peaches ~ Make sure you can't stop eating ~

It ’s better than the canned yellow peaches you bought ~ The key is clean ~~~

crystal sugar yellow peach & Canned yellow peach

A lot of yellow peaches are on sale in the summer ~~ Come and come ~~
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Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Chinese
Keyword: Canned yellow peach
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Servings: 5
Calories: 2018kcal
Author: Jerry Ye


  • 2000 g Yellow peach
  • 320 g Crystal sugar


  • The yellow peaches are washed, peeled, pitted, and cut into small pieces with any size.
    The suggestion is to use small pieces of rock sugar as much as possible, this kind of yellow rock sugar can also be used.
    It is best to put the rock sugar under the yellow peach, so that the rock sugar can be easily melted when steamed.
    No need to put water, it will produce juice naturally
  • After boiling the water, put the peaches in the pot and steam for about 25 minutes. Cover the pot.
    The time is determined by the size of your cut and the taste you like ~ it is not so fixed, you can adjust it yourself.
    I like to eat soft and rotten ones. When choosing yellow peaches, it is best to choose the one that is ripe. Like I like crispy, I just bought it almost
  • After steaming, let it cool down naturally, then put it in a sealed can and put it in the refrigerator for refrigerated storage. Or bottling while it's hot
  • Best refrigerated before serving! !! !!
    Original, only peaches and sugar, of course it will be sweet, feel sweet, and dilute it with a little water when you eat it ~ Don't be so tangled ~ I've seen everything tangled ~ ╮ (╯ ▽ ╰) ╭
  • Anyway, homemade is very delicious ~~~


1. The amount of homemade sugar should not be too small, otherwise it should not be kept for too long
a. Sugar acts as a preservative, after all, there are no additives.
b. The reduction of sugar will affect the juice.
2. It is best to use small pieces of rock candy. If it is not completely melted, don't worry. After steaming, stir with a spoon, and then stuffy for a while, it must melt completely. And the juice will never be yellow peach.
Without changing the recipe arbitrarily, the juice is still quite a lot.
3. Everyone's feelings of sweetness are different. Feeling too sweet, add a little water to dilute when you eat it, and do n’t reduce sugar randomly. For such a simple question, do n’t leave a message repeatedly to say it sweetly ~ ╮ (╯ ▽ ╰) ╭
4. The sugar ratio is at least 0.8.
5. Do not choose too ripe peaches, steamed too rotten, no taste. Choose peaches that are too ripe and too soft, and refuse to put sugar in proportion. Is the steaming time excessive? ? ?
6. If the peach is too raw and cut into large pieces, the steaming time must be prolonged. Depending on the state adjustment time, be flexible when you do it. This formula is not so strict. The final steaming is the key.
7. Don't eat before it's steamed! Do n’t eat when it ’s warm! !! Taste was not good at that time! !! Soft and sour! !!
Do not wait until it has been refrigerated for the best taste!
Do not wait until it has been refrigerated for the best taste!
Do not wait until it has been refrigerated for the best taste!
Important things said 3 times ~~~
Why is there anyone eating hot. . / (ㄒ o ㄒ) / ~~
8. The sealed storage point is good, and it is not a problem for half a year to one year. But after all, there are no additives, try to eat as soon as possible.


Nutrition Facts
crystal sugar yellow peach & Canned yellow peach
Amount Per Serving
Calories 2018 Calories from Fat 45
% Daily Value*
Fat 5g8%
Saturated Fat 1g6%
Sodium 3mg0%
Potassium 3800mg109%
Carbohydrates 511g170%
Fiber 30g125%
Sugar 487g541%
Protein 18g36%
Vitamin A 6520IU130%
Vitamin C 132mg160%
Calcium 120mg12%
Iron 5mg28%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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