Bramble Country Relish- a Lovely blend 0f Tomatoes, Plums, Pears, Apples, Onions and Spices.
Rhubarb & Ginger Jam- Rhubarb cooked with Fresh Root Ginger and Stem Ginger added at the end
Three Fruit Marmalade- A Blend of Grapefruit, Oranges and Lemons
Blackberry & Apple Jam- A real favourite! Blackberries and Apple- a great combination
Seville Orange Marmalade-
Beetroot & Ginger Chutney
My Mincemeat will be on my Stall at The Farmers Market at Sligo IT every Saturday Morning from 9am to 1pm from end of November.
Christmas Puddings, Cranberry Sauce and Christmas Chutney all ready to go too.
Remember if you cannot make The Farmers Market, all of the above will be available in Kate’s Kitchen, Castle Street, Sligo, under The Sisters O’Hara Label.
The Relish is a blend of Tomatoes, Onions, Apples, Plums, Pears and spices. Great on a Sandwich or Salad Plate. Also, remember, you can add to any Tomato Dish- Spaghetti Bolognese, Chilli Con Carne, Tomato Sauce, Curry. Great on your Burger too!!
A lovely mild and aromatic chutney- a blend of fruit and vegetables, carefully balanced with spices. Great with Mature Cheese. Use it as a relish when making sandwiches. Also great with salads. When I am making Lasagne, Bolognese or any Tomato based sauce, I add some to it. Gives it a great depth of flavour because of the spices. Another Idea; Cook your pasta and toss in the Chutney while still warm. Maybe add some Pesto. Enjoy!
This Chutney is rich and mellow. A blend of Rhubarb with raisins and onions and spices. The spices allow the flavour of the rhubarb to come through. Great on any Salad plate and especially good on a nice crusty slice of bread, some cheese and melted under the grill.
A blend of Beetroot and Ginger, cooked with apples and red onions- The ginger gives a lovely peppery taste- goes particularly well with a nice creamy Goat’s Cheese.
Chilli Jam- one made with Tomatoes and one made with Red Peppers. Both have a lovely zingy taste. Great on sandwiches, wraps etc. Also very good as a dip.
The Seville Oranges have arrived!! So I am very busy making lovely Marmalade. Seville Oranges give a lovely tang to the Marmalade. They have a short season, so I try to make plenty. During the rest of the year I make the Three Fruit Marmalade with Grapefruits, Oranges and Lemons. This has become almost as popular as the Seville Marmalade!! Remember that my Seville Marmalade is available in Kate’s Kitchen as well as at my Stall in The Farmers Market each Saturday morning and in my local shop, Regional Stores.