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Potlicker Vinaigrette

Salad dressing is one of the easiest and most versatile ways to use any Potlicker jellies or jams. Make a big batch in a mason jar, keep it in the fridge, then bring to room temp and shake up a salad any time!2 heaping tablespoons of jelly or jam2 tablespoons vinegar (apple cider is great [...]

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Beer Jelly Glazed Baked Salmon

This is a method I use to prepare fish, but could be applied to chicken cutlets or other quick cooking proteins. Squish a bit of jelly or jam over the top of the fish and bake it in the oven. Yup, it’s that simple. Try the jelly baked fish technique with almost any preserve.Favorite fish [...]

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Easy Marmalade Chicken

This is a great weekday meal with citrus flavor and a touch of curry spice. The most uncommon ingredient here is fenugreek. Fenugreek is, in my opinion, the most important part of the curry powder blend. It is commonly used in Indian cuisine and is known to be good for nursing mothers, children and adults [...]

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Potlicker Glazed Ham

This glazed ham recipe is perfect with light, fruity beer flavors or our Habanero Pepper Jelly. Leftovers make the best-ever ham sandwiches; save the bone for soups and beans.1 8oz jar IPA, Apricot Ale or other beer jelly or pepper jelly.1 teaspoon salt½ teaspoon ground black pepper½ teaspoon ground clove½ teaspoon garlic powder¼ teaspoon ground [...]

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Glazed Baby Beets

With only 3 ingredients, this dish is easy to prepare and stunning to serve.Make glazed beets the centerpiece of an elegant and light meal by spooning them over a salad of grains and herbs, such as quinoa and mint. Brighten up the beets with Hefeweizen with Orange, play up the earthiness with Porter beer jelly, [...]

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Sunshine Marmalade Old Fashioned

A little bit of sunshine goes a long way. The bright and bitter flavors of our family marmalade recipe perfectly balance the caramel notes of good rye whiskey. Instead of muddling sugar and fresh citrus (which is not always available), use a spoonful of citrus marmalade.2 oz Rye Whiskey2 tablespoons Sunshine Citrus Marmalade (or other [...]

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Beer Jelly Caramel Corn

This caramel corn uses beer jelly to imbue subtle malt flavors into the candy coating. It is slightly salty, lightly sweet, and perfectly crunchy-- Cracker Jacks for beer lovers.1/3 cup popcorn kernels½ cup peanuts1/4 cup white sugar1/3 cup dark beer jelly (such as Black IPA)3 tablespoons butter1 teaspoon salt1/8 tsp baking sodaPop the popcorn in [...]

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Beer Cupcakes with Beer Jelly Filling

Yield 1 dozen2 eggs½ cup buttermilk¾ cup beer2 teaspoons honey2 cups flour½ teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon baking powder¾ cup sugar5 tablespoons butter, meltedNote: add complementary flavorings to highlight your beer. Lighter, fruity beers like Apricot Ale or Hefeweizen pair with the zest of half an orange. With pumpkin ale, try adding ½ teaspoon of cinnamon [...]

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins

These muffins are like tender peanut butter cookies, holding a pocket of sweet jelly. We have made these treats using many flavors of jelly and jam including Coffee Jelly, Latte Stout, and Raspberry Smoked Maple. Serve the muffins for breakfast or dessert with a tall glass of milk. 1 ¾ cups all-purpose flour1 Tablespoon baking powder¾ [...]

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Carrot Cake Griddle Cakes

These griddle cakes use Carrot Cake Jam in place of the sugar, adding warm brown sugar and spice flavor without extra sweetness. You could substitute any jam you like.1 cup flour1 ½ teaspoons baking powder½ teaspoon baking soda¼ teaspoon salt½ cup Carrot Cake Jam (half a jar)¾ c yogurt⅔ cup milk3 tablespoons butter, melted and [...]

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