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Sweet and spicy, bursting with flavor. Great as an everyday jam, and an awesome accompaniment for a variety of cheeses!
Ingredients: Sugar, Mangoes, Corn Syrup, Mango Puree, Water, Citric Acid, Pectin, Habanero Flakes.
Manufactured in a facility that handles peanuts, eggs, and soy.
BBQ sauce with a kick and twist.
Whisk together Habanero Mango Jam and traditional balsamic vinegar until well blended. Whisk the olive oil into the dressing. Season with salt and pepper. Serve warm or cold over fresh salad greens.
At Kitchen Kettle we refer to our jars using three standard sizes:
We are required to label our jars with the actual net weight of the contents, rather than the volume. You'll notice our Half Pint jars will vary between 8 ounces and 10 ounces in net weight; our Pint jars range from 16 ounces to 20 ounces in net weight; and our Quart jars weigh between 32 and 36 ounces.
Why do the net weighs vary? Although we use the same size jar, a jam made with chunks of fruit will weigh more than a jelly that's made with just the juice of a fruit.
If you have any questions about our jars sizes, we're happy to help! Give us a call at 800-717-6198 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mango taste was not as prevalent as I expexcted. I like the Jalapeno Jam best followed by the pepper jam
I grew up taking trips to Lancaster County and one of the places I never forgot about was Kitchen Kettle, specifically remembering the jam tasting and so many other great food items. I was there on November 7th for a birthday trip and found the Habanero Mango Jam. I fell in love with this flavor as soon as I tried it- sweet with some heat, but not too much that it's unbearable. In fact, I enjoyed it so much, I bought 3 more jars and am already on my last jar. I guess I'll be ordering more soon!
Works very well as a spread that has some fruit mixed in with just a bit of a spicy kick. Not really "hot," more like "spicy," and the spice doesn't overpower the fruit.