Our delicious banana jam is the perfect way to enjoy the exotic taste of bananas all year round! Our marmalade is made from the finest organic ingredients and is bursting with flavor and goodness.
Spread it on your toast in the morning, add it to smoothies or simply enjoy straight from the spoon - however you choose to eat it, our banana jam is sure to tempt your taste buds! Let the warm, sunny flavors transport you to a distant beach - close your eyes and let your imagination run wild! Let the feeling of swaying palm trees and lapping waves sweep your senses as you enjoy our banana jam.
This jam is made with only natural ingredients and tastes first of sweet banana. Then a tart lime flavor emerges, easily followed by the heat of the chili. We've also added a touch of vanilla flavor to make it even better! If you like banana, you will love this jam.
Our banana jam is a self-assured product with great flavor and weight. It keeps you and your friends company as you enjoy the balmy summer evening and keeps you warm well into the wee hours. A somewhat devious power hides behind the robust taste, which is why this piece fits well when the mercury has dropped a little and the sun has crept down towards the horizon.
Perfect for Ricotta, Cheddar, toast, scones, Jarlsberg, Brie, cream cheese
Marmalade is a nice addition to both food and dessert, but where does marmalade come from? And what is its history?
The linguist Bo Bergman claims that the word marmalade has its origins in the Portuguese, namely their name for the quince fruit Marmelo, from which "marmelada" is made. A rumor that also abounds about the origin of the word is that it is a distortion of the French "Marie est malade" (Marie is sick), which would refer to Mary Stuart, the then Queen of Scotland. According to that rumor, her chef would have uttered that phrase while preparing a sweet she particularly liked.
Another theory is that the French "mer malade" could refer to seasickness, which was usually treated with a mixture of citrus fruits. And finally a mix: that Maria Stuart would have been given marmalade to cure her seasickness and then said "Marmalade pour Marie malade" or "Marmalade pour ma maladie"
But, the first indications of marmalade being eaten in England are around 1480, in France in 1573 and all marmalade was then probably imported from Portugal. The marmalade often had a medicinal use and was believed to strengthen the stomach and aid digestion. Even then, marmalade was a popular gift to give and tasted good!
Ingredients: Banana*(66%), raw cane sugar*(26%), lime*, pectin, salt, chili*, real vanilla* ( * Organic ingredients)
Amount of fruit 72 g per 100g
Nutrition declaration 100g: Energy 712 kJ/168kcal; Fat 0.1 g (saturated fat 0 g); Carbohydrates 42 g (sugars 40 g); Protein 0.9 g; Salt 0.35 g
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Tack för din recension Bengt! Jag är glad att höra att du gillade min bananmarmelad med vanilj. Det är definitivt en av mina favoriter. Tack för att du provade den!
Funkar banan till marmelad frågar man sig kanske?
Jag gjorde i alla fall det men måste ju prova...
Någon myntade uttrycket "Håll-käften-gott" och här stämmer det.