Using Rosemary in Jam
Answered by: Yvonne Tremblay
Question from: No Name Given
Posted on: January 25, 2004

Is it true rosemary can be used to make (homemade) jam (if not, what)?

I have not used rosemary in any jams personally. I make a great Rosemary Apple Cider Jelly (Prizewinning Preserves) that is wonderful with chicken, turkey, pork and lamb. I infuse the rosemary in the cider first, then strain out leaves before making jelly. Rosemary could be added to an orange or lemon marmalade, or an apple chutney.

Preview Prizewinning Preserves at www.yvonne tremblay.com. Book available from Richters.

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