Key Lime Marmalade

Flavor Profile

A lime-lover's paradise—intense and sweet. Its unique sweet-to-tartness makes it stand out .

Wines it pairs well with Moscato d’Asti, Asti Spumante, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Muscat, Chardonnay, Bordeaux, Tequila, Margaritas, Sancerre, Pinot Noir, Port, Chenin Blanc, and Pouilly fume

Moscato’s wildly floral nose nestles in alongside lime’s vibrant acidity to create some new, exciting aromas and flavors. And that’s what marrying food and wine is all about.

Suggestions for Uses

  • A great condiment on a charcuterie board;

  • A base plating of a scoop of my homemade vanilla ice cream;

  • Pared with sharp cheddar in Keyqueso Melts;

  • A sub for mint jelly with roasted lamb dishes;

  • Mixed with chiles and a touch of soy, rice, oil, and garlic a great spring roll dipping sauce!

  • Try it on toast and English muffins

  • Melt slightly and serve on pound cake

  • Glaze for pork or chicken

  • Swirl into a vodka cocktail

  • A filling for cake or cupcakes

  • A glaze for cookies

  • Bake into scones

  • Swirl some into yogurt

  • A crepe filling

  • Serve with cheese on a platter with crostini or crackers

  • Stir into cream cheese frosting

  • As an alternative filling for cinnamon rolls

  • A marinade for meat, poultry or fish

  • Added to your sweet and sour meatballs

  • Add to vinaigrettes for spinach or arugula

  • A glaze for carrots

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