Welcome to the world of wild apple jam with ginger and cinnamon - a completely unique, delicious experience that will bring you warmth and joy in your kitchen! There's no better way to start the day than with this unique blend of sun-drenched apples combined with warm hints of ginger and cinnamon - it's truly a symphony of flavours. Imagine walking through an orchard on a warm spring morning, the branches around you swaying in the wind. You can almost taste the incomparable symphony of flavors that these wild apples provide, like the songs of different birds playing simultaneously in perfect harmony.
The jam itself takes on an umber shade along with a balanced sweetness, richness and brightness that will fill your kitchen even on winter days with its golden shimmering light. This delicious delicacy adds flavor and texture to all dishes - we especially recommend it on scones, toasted bread or as an accompaniment to goat cheese, parmesan, cheddar or mozzarella for maximum enjoyment! And you will be overwhelmed by how friendly and soft our Wild Apple Jam tastes - like being hugged by Santa himself! Taste wild apple jam every day of the week for unforgettable moments in the kitchen!
A jam with sun-drenched apples lifted by warming ginger. A jam that makes you feel like you're dancing among wild apple trees. Imagine a wild orchard where you dance around, while the branches of the old apple trees gently sway above. An incomparable flavor symphony that plays on all the taste buds when spring sets in. In an umber-colored guise, this warming piece sweeps in, a symphony of flavors that matches the song of all the spring birds and depicts everything in full color.
Perfect for scones, toast, goat cheese, Parmesan, Cheddar, Mozzarella
Wild apple is a collective name for all the incredibly interesting, almost inedible and truly fragile apples that grow randomly in forests and pastures. They are nameless apples that emerge from nature itself.
Wild apple has a variety of flavors, and they react very differently when cooked, so you have to experiment. In general, cooking apples is not a problem, it often brings out their sweetness and aroma. Roasting especially brings out its sweetness and gives the fruit a kind of glaze. Most of the tart, exciting aromas of an apple are found in the skin and core, so incorporate them into your cooking as much as possible; they can be cooked on their own, for example in a little liquid.
Ginger is a hot, fragrant spice made from the rootstock, which can be chopped or powdered for cooking, preserved in syrup or candied. We use pressed organic ginger juice to bring out the right taste and sting.
Ginger is a plant that has long been used for its healing properties. It has been widely used in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine for many hundreds of years, and here in Sweden it is common for home remedies for colds, nausea and pain to include ginger.
Cinnamon is a spice prepared from the bark of species in the cinnamon genus (Cinnamomum) which is part of the laurel family. There are approximately 250 different cinnamon tree species, of which mainly padang cinnamon, cassia cinnamon and Ceylon cinnamon are used in the spice cinnamon.
Ingredients: Apple*(66%), raw cane sugar*(26%), lemon*, cinnamon*, ginger* (*Organic ingredients)
Amount of fruit 72 g per 100g
Nutrition declaration 100g: Energy 588 kJ/139 kcal; Fat 0.3 g (saturated fat 0.1 g); Carbohydrates 35 g (sugars 34 g); Protein 0.3 g; Salt 0.01 g