Discover the versatility of hot pepper jelly—an extraordinary ingredient that transcends culinary boundaries. Its fiery kick and tantalizing sweetness make it ideal for both sweet desserts and savory meals.
From glazing grilled meats to topping creamy Brie cheese, hot pepper jelly adds an innovative twist to any dish, leaving taste buds craving more. It effortlessly enhances sauces, marinades, and dressings, infusing them with a captivating intensity.
Whether you're a culinary adventurer or seeking to elevate your everyday meals, embrace the diversity of hot pepper jelly as it transforms your creations into culinary masterpieces. Prepare to embark on a flavorful journey with this remarkable and dynamic ingredient!
Ja-Ha Jelly (pronounced “ha-ha”) was an unintentional batch produced one night when Mrs. G didn’t have enough jalapenos or habaneros to make her original recipes, so she combined the two types of peppers to come up with a new creation. You could say this one was a happy accident!
Ja-Ha Jelly has medium heat and lots of sweet bell pepper flavor. It’s great in a stir-fry or as an add-in to grass-fed beef for hamburgers with a little kick.
Mango Ginger Habanero delivers layers of distinct flavors that invariably result in two raised eyebrows and a smile upon first taste. It is delicious as a glaze on grilled salmon or chicken, but Mrs. G’s favorite recipe is this jelly paired with roasted butternut squash.
A perfect flavor combination, the Jalapeño Garlic Lime is like a little party in your mouth with endless layers of flavor. Excellent simmered with pulled pork, as a glaze on stuffed pork chops or chicken wings.
Sweet Meets Heat in this delicious combination of peaches and habanero peppers. Peach Habanero Jelly is a perfect complement to ribs, fish, chicken or even on top of a bagel and cream cheese for a “spicy cream danish.”
"These are really tasty and versatile. I love using them on a charcuterie platters. They're also really good used in the slow cooker with meats. The Jalapeno Garlic Lime one is delicious with slow cooker pulled pork."