Don’t miss out on this great class with three recipes and the opportunity to see all the wild flowers. It is a beautiful time of year here in the Gold Country.
April 22 at 10:30
Mango Papaya Rum Chutney is delightful in a sandwich, or on a grilled pork chop, or on grilled fish. You can’t go wrong with this jar. Sweet and sticky Apricot Marmalade is wonderful on a biscuit or on a scone. You can mix it with some Marscapone cheese and whipped cream to fill crepes. This recipe is made with dried apricots so you can make it year round. The dried apricots give it an intense apricot flavor. Mixed Pickled Asparagus and Carrots. This jar is great to have around as you can use a snack, in salads, and they make great stir sticks for your Bloody Mary. For our sit down meal we will be having grilled pork chops, mixed greens salad and crepes.
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There are so many ways to use orange marmalade. I have used it in muffins, as a glaze on chicken, salad dressings and cocktails. Today I had a student reach out to me and this is what she had to say..
OMG….on a New Zealand cooking website I saw a recipe for chocolate orange cookies. They looked soft and chewy. They used a chocolate that already had orange in it. Do you think you could put orange marmalade into a cookie mix and it would work??? Funny, I used to hate orange and chocolate together and now I am loving it….
After reading this email I walk into the kitchen and created Chocolate Marmalade Cookies. So yes, you can have your orange chocolate cookies and enjoy eating them.
Here is the recipe enjoy!
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Chocolate Marmalade Cookies
Preheated oven 375
2 1/4 cup flour
1/2 cup baking cocoa
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 sticks butter, softened
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1/2 cup granulated sugar
2 tablespoon orange blossom water
1 cup orange marmalade
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate morsels
1. Combine flour, cocoa, baking soda, and salt in a medium bowl, mix well, set aside.
2. Beat butter, brown sugar, sugar, and orange blossom water until creamy.
3. Place one egg at a time beat well for one minute each egg. Add marmalade, mix well .
4. Gradually beat in flour mixture.
5. Stir in semi-sweet chocolate morsels.
6. Drop by rounded tablespoon onto ungreased baking sheet.
7. Bake in preheated oven 375 – 8 to 10 minutes or until puffed.
8. Let cool for 2 minutes; remove from sheet, place on cooling rack to cool.
All In A Jar has a new page called Up Coming Classes 2017 . This is where you will find dates and descriptions of classes that will be held here at “The Farm” and All In A Jar will also be traveling to Alamo ” The Kitchen” for additional classes. So many new yummy recipes; barbecue sauce, compote, chutney, marmalade, relish, conserve, pickles, mustard, sweet sauce, pie filling and much more. Please check it out and share with family and friends. Save money, buy a series of three classes and get the four class free. Looking forward to having fun with you in class. Happy Canning . Please let me know if you would like to learn how to can something I don’t have on the list.
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