Yield: Yield varies depending on the kind of tomato used, pan width, and the finished thickness
Serve the jam as a spread with crostini, on burgers, or alongside grilled lamb or salmon.
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Delicious! I can eat this by the spoonful. It took about 3 hr cooking time, maybe a little more, in a 7 1/2 qt Le Creuset Dutch oven. Yield was a bit over 5-8 oz jars.
Outstanding! Amazing Flavor! The combination of spices with the tomatos makes a wonderful complement to any dish. I did not believe it until I tried it with fish, chicken and lamb. Unbelievably good! Well worth the time and effort to make. Used a Kitchen Aid Meat Grinding attchment on my mixer to cut the tomatoes when I decided to make a large batch. I used Roma tomatoes that were extra firm for the first batch and got a yield of a little over 4-8oz jars. Immediately bought more tomatoes and made a triple batch, this won't last long! Everyone in my house loves it!
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