I have not made much jam (so far) this year. One reason is that a change was requested, instead of jam, could I make jelly? Absolutely, raspberry and blackberry seeds can be annoying......
When I went to check up on my stock of jelly jars, I did notice that I have some jam left from last year, which was surprising as we eat a lot of jam, on toast, or sandwiches, every day.
I have used jam in my cooking, this quick bread and this entree, come to mind. Years ago I also made a very easy (and delicious!) ice cream with jam, buttermilk and cream, it was very good. Then I thought why not make a marinade and grill sauce, so we did...
|Turn homemade jam into a grilling sauce!|
Fruity Marinade and Grill Sauce
by the seat of my pants
makes about 1 quart
1 pint jar of jam, any flavor
1 14-16 oz can of diced tomatoes - do not drain
1/4 cup Quick Pickled Onions, with the brine/juice
Bring the tomatoes and onions to a boil, add jam, cover and remove from heat. Let stand until room temperature.
Decant to storage container.
Use as a marinade and/or grilling sauce.
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