Red Bluff Pickles & Provisions
If you are tired of the same old boring canned cranberry sauce, we suggest you try our CranApple Sauce. Our customers tell us that we use just the right amount of sugar and cinnamon to give our cranberry sauce that old-fashioned homemade taste that goes equally well with a roast of pork as it does with a hot buttered scone! But, some folks like to take it up a notch, so we've done just that by adding Honey Crisp Apple Juice and a dash of cinnamon.
Ingredients: BC Apples, honey crisp apple juice, cane sugar, lemon juice, cinnamon and citrus pectin.
Can I use my pepper jelly in cooking?
Yes, by all means! Pepper jelly makes an incredible glaze for meats, fish and vegetables. Try brushing pepper jelly on a slab of seasoned salmon before baking it in a 425F oven for about 10 minutes, (depending on the thickness of your fish). When it is done, run it under the broiler for about 2-3 minutes to finish.
What can I do with the little bit of pepper jelly I have left in my jar?
Make a quick vinaigrette to dress up a simple salad of leafy greens by adding a little oil, vinegar, salt and pepper to the remaining pepper jelly. Add a few berries or some seeds and toss to coat everything lightly before serving.
Can I bake with pepper jelly?
Absolutely! Get creative in your kitchen. Try making a sharp cheddar shortbread thumbprint cookie and fill the center with any of our pepper jellies for a sweet and savory appetizer.
Or even easier, line mini tart tins with ready made puff pastry, add a small cube of cream cheese to each tin and top with a teaspoon of pepper jelly. Bake according to the directions on your puff pastry box.