Spoonfed Foods launches gourmet ‘savoury jam’ range
Australian gourmet condiments manufacturer Spoonfed Foods has launched a new range of gourmet ‘savoury jams’, which the Company said were designed with use on barbequed foods in mind.
Spoonfed Foods said its savoury jams range was created to ‘enhance’ the flavour of different foods, including those frequently found in a barbeque meal.
There are seven delicious jam flavours to choose from including Lamb Jam, Pork Jam, Snag Jam, Garlic Jam, Ham Jam, Hot Jam and Winemakers Jam. The Company said all its products are “slow cooked to achieve maximum flavour and complexity and include the freshest herbs, spices or lemon zest”.
Spoonfed Foods said so far the Snag Jam, Lamb Jam and Hot Jam were three of the most popular varieties in the Spoonfed Foods range.
The Lamb Jam has a delicious combination of mint, rosemary, apple and spices while the Snag Jam has smoked tomatoes with a hint of chilli and various spices. The Hot Jam is made will chillies.
“Every jam has a distinct personality and offers a completely different taste sensation, colour, texture, balance and layering of flavours,” said Valerie Charter, Spoonfed Foods Owner. “Our customers often tell us how these jams contribute to memorable dining moments, shared with their friends and family; and this makes us feel great,” she said.
Spoonfed Foods said the jams could also be enjoyed with cheese and crackers, included on an antipasto platter, and incorporated in various recipes.
The Company said the range of gourmet jams are “100 per cent gluten free with no added preservatives and are made in Australia from the best quality ingredients”.
Available at gourmet grocers, delis and butchers across the country as well as Harris Farm, Thomas Dux, David Jones and online www.spoonfedfoods.com.au – RRP $12.99
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