This deep red well-cut gem adds a golden edge to a sunny September afternoon, just as it elevates the sunny days of summer. This moonbeam for jam was born with a twinkle in the eye and is enjoyed with love in the eyes...
Looking for a delicious way to spice up your food? Try our pomegranate jam! This perfectly tart and flavorful jam is made from pomegranates, raspberries and a pinch of chili. It goes well with salads, desserts and meat dishes, or you can add it to yogurt or use it to make delicious salad dressings. It's so versatile and useful, you'll wonder how you ever managed without it!
Perfectly tart, fresh and tasty, a good sweet marmalade with a touch of raspberry and a dash of chilli heat. Spice up salads, desserts and meat dishes, or have it in yogurt. I use it to make delicious salad dressings - it's so versatile and useful!
So why not be creative in the kitchen and try something new? Our pomegranate jam is sure to tempt you
Goes well with goat cheese, Feta, Parmesan, Cheddar, Mozzarella cream cheese and toast
Pomegranates originated in ancient Persia and are the oldest known cultivated fruit. They have been widely used in Persian cuisine and medicine for centuries and are mentioned in the Bible, the Koran and Egyptian mythology. Today, pomegranates are grown in many parts of the world and are valued for their sweetness and nutritional value.
The French word for pomegranate, granada, inspired the English word "branched" because of the way the bomb splits into small "seeds" when it explodes.
When you think of France, you might think of wine and cheese. But did you know that the French also have a word for pomegranate? This word, branched, inspired the English word "grenade", became "grenade" in Swedish, because of the way in which the fruit explodes when dropped. No wonder the French are known for their explosive temperament!
Raspberries are a popular berry with a rich color and sweet juicy taste. They are a good source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Raspberries can vary in color from the popular red and black varieties to purple, yellow or golden. Each berry color has a unique composition of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. In a small space, raspberries can produce a phenomenal amount of delightful berries - and they bear fruit year after year with proper care. Raspberries can be harvested all the time from midsummer to the first frost.
"The raspberry is the edible fruit of a variety of plant species in the genus Rubus of the rose family, most of which are in the subgenus Idaeobatus. The name also applies to these plants themselves. Raspberries are perennials with woody stems. The world production of raspberries in 2018 was 870,209 tonnes, led of Russia with 19% of the world's total." (Wikipedia)
Chili is a wonderful spice! It is rich in vitamin C, carotene (provitamin A) and B vitamins, so it is not only a joy for the tongue to eat, but also good for the rest of the body. Chili also contains a lot of potassium, magnesium and iron. Their high content of vitamin C can also increase the absorption of non-heme iron from other foods.
Ingredients : Pomegranate, raw cane sugar (30%), raspberries, lemon, pectin, sea salt, chili,
Fruit amount 68 g per 100g
Nutrition declaration 100g: Energy 660 kJ/157 kcal; Fat 0.1 g (saturated fat 0 g); Carbohydrates 39 g (sugars 38 g); Protein 0.5 g; Salt 0.3 g