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Bourbon Bacon Jam by 362 Grillhouse

Bourbon Bacon Jam from New Zealand 270 grams
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Bourbon Bacon Jam from New Zealand 270 grams

Bacon and whiskey fans - this one is for you. We've made bacon spreadable.

Cured bacon is slow cooked with onions, vinegar, bourbon, spices, sugar and maple syrup. It's slow cooked down for hours so it's a delicious thick and gooey jam.

Great with meats, burgers, on pizza or pancakes and most popular with cheese and crackers.

Quick Cooking Tip: Pre heat oven to 375. Unroll pre made crescent rolls dough. Cut into 8-12 triangles. Spread a spoonful of Bourbon Bacon Jam on each piece, place a small piece of brie cheese at the wide end. Roll up into crescents, place on baking sheet and bake as directed on the dough packet until golden brown (usually 12 - 15 minutes)

Name Bourbon Bacon Jam by 362 Grillhouse
Category Condiments
Size 270 gm = 9.5 oz
Packaging glass jar
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Ingredients onions, sugar, cider vinegar, water, bourbon (3%), bacon (3%) (cured), natural bacon flavor, salt, garlic, smoked paprika, maple flavored syrup, preservatives (202)(330) color (150), coffee
Country of Origin New Zealand
Shelf Life Best Before February 2021
Storage Once open refrigerate for up to 6 months
Allergens and other important information Allergens: Dairy. This bacon jam is gluten free.
SKU gh bacon 270

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Bourbon Bacon Jam by 362 Grillhouse Reviews

It's delicious, but you really have to use this stuff sparingly; the bourbon is a bit overpowering, but if you like a strong bourbon flavor, you'll love this. I ended up having to spread it pretty thin... Definitely not one of those 'eat out of the jar' bacon jams. I tried some like that anyway and that was true regret, but eaten like a normal human being, it's way better. You can put some in a grilled cheese sandwich, or, most of my jam, I used to make crescent dough pinwheels. I spread the jam as thin as I could, topped with shredded cheese, onion and garlic powders, and smoked paprika, and rolled up a sheet of crescent dough in a spiral before slicing and baking. The flavor was REALLY good then. I do feel like it could use more bacon, and there were a couple harder bits of the stuff in it, but that said, I might buy this again. Gonna try a few more varieties first.

Anon Yomus
17 August 19



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