This hot dog needs garlic pepper jelly!
|If you’ve never discovered the charms of pepper jelly, don’t put it off. Supplying sweet heat from chiles (which can range from mild to hot), it’s a very versatile condiment.
While one of the most popular recipes is to serve the glistening jelly on top of a block of cream cheese or Brie with crackers, we have dozens of suggestions in our review of Aloha From Oregon pepper jellies, a NIBBLE Top Pick Of The Week.
Just a few mouthwatering uses: serve pepper jelly with omelets, spread it on roast meats, add it to any salad with mayo (chicken, potato, tuna, etc.), use it as a spicy topping for cheesecake.
Read the review and you’ll learn not just about the products and uses, but where the quirky name came from.
Since April is National Garlic Month, we’ve got to call out Aloha’s Garlic Pepper Jelly and one of our favorite uses for it: on a hot dog! The garlicky jelly pairs with the garlic in the hot dog and is quite the gourmet touch—no mustard required.
|Get some pepper jelly for Mom for Mother’s Day, and for any other small gift needs you have (they’re great teacher gifts).
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