Grand Marnier and Ginger Carrot Cake Marmalade

Flavor Profile

This wonderfully textured jam with a touch of citrus enhances the taste of any meal. Made with fresh carrots, you will be delighted with a spectacular sweet culinary experience, especially when matched with white meat or pork.

Excellent Source of Vitamin A, Fat-Free, Saturated Fat-Free, & Cholesterol Free

Pairs well with Ligurian Vermentino, Arneis from Piedmont, Grüner Veltliner from Alto Adige or Austria, Barbera from Piedmont, Pecorino from Abruzzo, Catarratto from Sicily, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir

Suggestions for Uses

  • Glaze you can put over cakes or use to fill cakes

  • Try it on a carrot or zucchini bread

  • Eaten on toast for breakfast

  • Add to your yogurt

  • Top your waffles or pancakes

  • Warm with pudding after dinner

  • Excellent on baked chicken

  • Nice on grilled fish

  • Tastes great paired with a soft spreadable cheese, such as goat cheese, brie, or cream cheese, and served on artisan crackers or warm crusty bread

  • Have it with feta cheese on warm flatbread

  • Topping for crostini with ricotta

  • Add to your tacos

  • Make marmalade roasted carrots and parsnips

  • Pair it with ham

  • Pair this with some chicken pinchos or turkey meatballs

  • Don’t miss it when preparing sausages, roasted or grilled pork, a vinaigrette for a special salad, and even as frosting on a carrot cake… Yummy!

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