When I’m teaching a class I’m asked one question quite a bit; how should I use this jar? Well, when it comes to Marmalade there are many ways to use that jar. I know a lot of you are canning away with citrus. So here are a few ideas of what to do with those jars.
Marmalade works well when spread on roasted chicken or turkey to create a simple, sweet glaze. I like using my Meyer Lemon Rosemary marmalade for this one.
Pork Loin: Instead of using a chutney on your pork try some marmalade. I like using my Red Onion Marmalade for this one.
Rice and grains can be so boring, so add some marmalade. It adds a little hint of sweetness and interesting texture. My Orange Marmalade is great for this one.
Wake up the most common vinaigrettes with a dollop of marmalade. I use my Orange Red Wine Marmalade for this.
Use it to dress up an Appetizer Plate. Crackers, cheese and a good marmalade make for a delicious appetizer spread. My Ginger Zucchini Marmalade is perfect here.
Make a glaze for Salmon. Just add a little soy sauce with the marmalade. I like using my Grapefruit Marmalade.
If you make flatbread-type pizzas at home, try marmalade, blue cheese and prosciutto next time. All In A Jar’s Meyer Lemon Cranberry marmalade is excellent for this dish.
How about a grilled cheese sandwich with brie cheese? My Apricot Marmalade is delicious on these sandwiches.
You can use it to bake with too. I have put it in breads and muffins. The other day I made corn bread muffins with my Meyer Lemon Rosemary Marmalade. I put 1/4 cup marmalade in the muffins and made a glaze for the top of the muffin. They must have been great. I only got one. My husband is the suspect here.
I bet you didn’t know there were so many different kinds of marmalade.
What’s your favorite way to use marmalade?
See you in class