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Best flavour for jam?

by Lydia C. Lee (follow)
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Jam came about as a way to preserve fruit or vegetables to stop wastage.

What's your favourite flavour? Sweet or savoury? Sugar free or the real deal? With chunks of fruit or strained?

What's the best flavour for jam?



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I can never go by plain old raspberry! It's great to have a change-up with exotic and fun flavours, but to know that the raspberry is there waiting if I happen to hit on an odd flavour elsewhere.
You would be surprised how much you can do with jams or jellies. I recently came across a local jelly maker, Dave's Hot Pepper Jelly, who makes super spicy jams and jellies. They are not your typical breakfast spreads, his strawberry habanero is a great sauce over crispy chicken. My wife eats the blueberry jalapeno on crackers. Both are just amazing!
I'm a fan of peach & vanilla. I get the kids sugar free berry flavours but for me, the whole sugar thing in peach & vanilla (bad me!! But it's so good!)
Isn't savoury jam chutney? I've never seen a jam that wasn't a fruit. My favourite is apricot. Although I like chunky bits in jam, it usually makes it more difficult to spread on toast.
I love the St Dalfour range but favourite flavour would be apricot. Love the taste of apricot on warm toast.
Pineapple jam. Not easily available in Australia, but it is absolutely delicious.
I like Orange marmalade -no the most popular but I really like that tangy taste.
by WSW
St Dalfour is the only brand I buy from the supermarket. Dark Cherry is my favourite. It tastes amazing in natural yoghurt as a snack. I never buy jam made with sugar, far too sweet for me.

This is my favourite Jam!

In most supermarkets here in N.S.W. and I would think other States.
Doesn't look much......but is totally Yum!

I have tried all the others, and return to this one.

strawberry, plum, mango. I also love orange marmalade, especially to chew on the pieces of rind
I Love Pineapple Jam and Mixed fruit Jam.
by asha
Any marmalades, apricot, or fig jam. Iíll also buy any unusual jams I see on a food stall at a market. Iíve never seen mango jam. I would love to biuy a jar of that! It it sold in Sydney, NSW?
My favourite is only homemade apricot jam but I managed to buy some jam in Victoria which was mango with ginger. It was the best jam I had ever tasted. I wished I had of bought more than one jar as I couldn't get it in South aust.
My grandmother and mum always made our jams and pickles. My favourites were strawberries, apricot and orange/lemon marmalade. Ohhh and the delicious lemon butter from surplus of lemons. I do prefer the chunks of fruit in the jams.
I don't eat much jam, but if I was going to choose it would be strawberry jam.
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