Curried Tomato Marmalade
Reminiscent of the holidays season. Made with the freshest, ripest tomatoes, cooked slowly and carefully to heighten the sweet and savory quality, mixed with a little magic from some distinct, well balanced, select spices. It tastes like the autumn time between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Good Source of Vitamin C, Fat Free, Saturated Fat Free, Cholesterol Free
Pairs well with Port, Sancerre, Soave Classico, Falanghina, Sauvignon Blanc, albariño, pinot grigio, Barbera, Sangiovese, sparkling rosé, txakoli, Roero Arneis, Soave Classico, Orvieto, Greco di tufo, falanghina, Chianti, cabernet franc, grenache, syrah, mourvedre, Lambrusco, Picpoul de Pinet, Provençal rosé, Côtes de Gascogne, Côtes de Duras, Verdicchio, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Côtes du Rhône Villages, Côtes du Roussillon, and Assyrtiko
Suggestions for Uses
- Perfect to be served on crostini, alongside roasted pork, beef, chicken, or curry dishes
- Marinate a baked chicken and use a sauce over it
- Slather it on a pork roast or pork chops
- Accompaniment to grilled salmon
- Serve with flatbread or grilled pita bread topped with roasted sweet potatoes
- Roasted with potatoes
- Pair with goat cheese or any hard or soft-ripened cheese with flat breads and crackers for charcuterie boards
- Make a grownup BLT or a grilled cheddar cheese sandwich
- A condiment for burgers
- Use it a sandwich spread
- Top a bagel, biscuits, or spread it on rye toast
- Use it as a dip for chips
- Dip your fries
- Use it as the best ever cocktail sauce for shrimp
- Eat it with samosas
- Splendid on eggs
- Eat with rice and daal
- Hit of the party as the centerpiece on your cheese platter. Enjoy it with a soft and ripened cheese like brie or camembert.
- You can’t miss this jam in a bruschetta with creamy cheese, crab cake, roasted chicken, avocado toast, cheese cake, or even some scrambled eggs.