Spread something surprising with all-natural tomato jam. This savory-and-sweet jam comes from an old-fashioned Amish country recipe using only the best sun-ripened tomatoes. Only natural ingredients and no preservatives or colorings for only the best jam there is.
How to Enjoy Tomato Jam
Tomato jam is the kind of versatile spread that is habit-forming. Once you start cooking and tasting with it, you won’t know how to go back! Here are some of our favorite ways to enjoy tomato jam!
Tomato jam bruschetta: Mix tomato jam with a drizzle of fine olive oil and spread over toast medallions for a twist on classic bruschetta. Garnish with some fresh basil.
On a grilled cheese: Spread a thin layer of tomato jam on a cheese sandwich before grilling for a grilled cheese and tomato with an artisanal flair. (And less ooze!)
As a sweet or spicy tasting spread: Complement a gourmet meat and cheese plate with tomato jam. Blend it with your favorite hot sauce to add a spicy pairing element, or serve sweet as-is to accompany softer, pungent cheeses and bracingly salty olives.
Spread creatively: Tomato jam is great for its original intention: a spread that straddles the taste line between savory and sweet! We love tomato jam on a savory, herb-crusted scone fresh out of the oven, paired with a pesto sauce or simply smeared on a salty cracker.
This was a gift for an elderly lady who has been searching for this for month I thought I’d surprise her with a jar. She absolutely loves it.margaret, Ringtown, PA
My favorite jam ever!Sherryn, Salina, KS
I love my tomato preserves just like my mama used to make when I was a little girl back in the 1930s growing up in Douglas ArizonaWilliam, Whittier, CA
Is delicious!!!Esther, Miami, FL
Sugar, Tomatoes, Water, Pectin, Lemon Juice, Citric Acid Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 20g (~0.7 oz.)
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Store in a cool dry place for up to 6 months. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of origin: United States