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Hot Pepper Jelly

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Hot pepper jelly is just what is sounds like: jelly made from hot peppers—usually hot peppers combined with bell peppers, or other kinds of fruit, to balance the spiciness. It can also be flavored with wine, vinegar, or liqueurs to create even more flavor complexity.

Because of its heat and more savory taste, hot pepper jelly has slightly different culinary uses than other kinds of jelly. It’s nice paired with rich, creamy cheeses like goat or brie as an hors d’oeuvre, or spread lightly on a sandwich, and it makes an excellent condiment for meats and fish.

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