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Hot & spicy pepperoni jam

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Hot & spicy pepperoni jam
 
Use acid apples to make the pectin, or buy artificial pectin. Chop and put into a pot with water.
 

Reduce. Get the most of the pectin.

 

Pectin

 

Sweet red pepperoni.

 

Dice in 5 mm. cubes or so.

 

Keep the seeds. There's natural pectin in the seeds.

 

Italian pepperoncini, very hot.

 

Bolivian pepper

 

Add the diced ppeperoni and the pepperoncini to a pot of water. 

 

Prepare spices. Cloves, star anise, cinnamon.

 

Also lemon and wine vinegar

 

Simmer the ppeperoni until tender. Half the process add the pectin, salt, lemon juice, vinegar, lemon zest, 1-2 cloves, 1-2 star anise, 1/2 cinnamon. Add sugar en let it simmer until almost jam point. At some póint you can process the jam. 

 

I like to see some diced peppers. 

 

And jar.

 

This jam or marmalade has too many uses to mention. I'm no expert in jams and marmalades, so advices and critics are very welcome.

Gebe Gott uns allen, uns Trinkern, einen so leichten und so schönen Tod! Joseph Roth.
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post #2 of 7

Thank you, Ordo! I need to make something like that. I'll have to use bell peppers and chili flakes, but I'm sure it will work out nice. I like the "rustic" consistency you suggest.

 

I'm even considering to make another batch using pectin powder. I know that the one I have is a natural product made from apples.

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I don't even think about doing jam with that ingredients. Thanks

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What a lovely color, ordo! I make a jalapeno/red pepper jelly and seal into cute little jars and tie a pretty ribbon around the neck (lucky are my close peeps during this time of giving).

Festive and definitely great with game.

 

mimi

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Is it to Hot using Jalapeno's...does it overtake the Hot/Sweet Flavors...I'm thinking too Hot takes away from your application your presenting...

 

Just me...Sounds Awesome though 

post #6 of 7
The final product is lovely.
Flecks of red and green suspended in an apple jelly base.
Just the right balance of spicy and sweet and always a hit with my peeps.

mimi
post #7 of 7
Thank you Mimi for sharing... Definitely worth a try hopefully this will be as Awesome as you'res
Edited by Its Bubba7 - 12/23/13 at 7:45pm
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