Tasteful, comprehensive and opaque like a thicket of leaves, you are taken through a multifaceted journey. This hazy hot jam is powerful for its style and virile as an wild hambo. As this piece suits both bright sun and pouring rain, it is tailored for the Swedish summer.
Looking for a delicious way to get revenge on your friends and loved ones? Look no further than Sweet Revenge of the Valkyries (Pumpkin Jam)! Get your revenge with this delicious warm pumpkin jam. This fiery jam is made with fresh pumpkin, lime and cardamom, with a kick of jalapeño and habanero. The perfect way to add sweetness and heat to any meal. Try it with good cheeses or grilled chicken. So why wait? Bring some sweet heat into your life today with Sweet Revenge of the Valkyries (Pumpkin Jam) Serve up sweet revenge of the Valkyries at your next party!
Goes well with Gouda, Havarti, cream cheese, smoked sausage, Jarlsberg, Cheddar, Brie
The pumpkin, like squash and melon, belongs to the cucumber family and is a vine plant. There are a variety of varieties with varying shapes, colors and weights. Pumpkins can get very large. It is not uncommon to find specimens weighing 50 kilos.
Pumpkin is also called winter squash. What distinguishes summer squash from winter squash is that it has a longer development time and can often be saved over the winter. It has managed to get bigger than the summer squash and it is harvested in autumn when the fruit is really ripe and has acquired a hard skin. In these pumpkins, the flesh is drier and much sweeter, and it becomes creamy when cooked. You can e.g. fill and bake or au gratin it, or make soup or pastries from it.
However, many people believe that pumpkins are orange in color and everything else is squash. The names squash and pumpkin can be used for all varieties of Cucurbita species. The pumpkin originally comes from America where it was cultivated by Native Americans. The word squash comes from American Indian languages for unripe or raw and is mostly used for the varieties that are harvested in the summer, such as zucchini, squash and yellow squash. Finds have been found that indicate that pumpkins were used for food, musical instruments, vessels and ornaments as early as SEK 8,500 BC. Pumpkins came to Europe in the 16th century.
Chili marmalade is delicious and the fruit chili itself has an interesting history. Chili has been used in America since 7500 BC. where archaeological findings were found that show that chili was cultivated in Ecuador as early as 6,000 years ago.
It was Christopher Columbus who then introduced the chili to Europe after he discovered this tasty 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.
In this tasty and hot chilli marmalade there are two different chillies, Jalapeno and Habanero.
Chili fruits contain capsaicin, which makes it taste strong. The strong heat is measured in Scoville and regular pepper is at 0 degrees while jalapeno is at 5,000-30,000 scoville degrees. Habanero is a little fruity in taste, but 20-30 times stronger. If you want that heat, it's in the seed attachment or in the partitions of the fruit!
Ingredients : Pumpkin, raw cane sugar (26%), lime, habanero, jalapeño, pectin, cardamom
Amount of fruit 72 g per 100g
Nutrition declaration 100g: Energy 556 kJ/130 kcal; Fat 0.3 g (saturated fat 0.1 g); Carbohydrates 32 g (sugars 30 g); Protein 1 g; Salt 0.04 g