Can I say that I'm super excited to try this today! This is the first time I have made something out of my own garden.
Then I caved and tried a bit. Ended up eating half a jar by myself.
If you have never tried this, you must at least try it once. On a cracker, with a bit of cream cheese.
The website I got the recipe from had these other idea's to use the jelly with.
1. on toast
2. as a glaze for chicken and pork chops
3. as a condiment for lamb
4. on a cold meat sandwich, especially post-Thanksgiving turkey
5. as a de-glazing sauce
6. on brie cheese baked in a puff pastry crust
7. peanut butter and jelly sandwich
8. on a grilled cheese sandwich
9. on vanilla ice cream
10. on steamed carrots
11. as a dip for won tons
12. as a dip for grilled sausage bites
13. on warm biscuits with breakfast
14. glaze for chicken wings
15. spread on cornbread
16. with cream cheese on a bagel
17. on pancakes
18. on a Dutch Baby (see earlier post)
19. in hot tea
20. put into the center of cupcakes
21. mixed with greek yogurt as a vegetable dip
22. on top of cheesecake
23. as a glaze for shrimp
24. between layers of a chocolate cake
25. and right off the spoon
Now I have a ton of ideas to use mine for. Good thing I'm making more. :0)