Tracklements Special Edition Chilli & Chorizo Jam

New Special Edition Chilli & Chorizo Jam – the latest addition to the Tracklements range of award-winning artisan condiments

It’s the perfect antidote to a dull February, or any month actually, that could benefit from a bit of heat.

The spicy, pan-fried sausage based on a time-honoured recipe from the fabulous boys at The Bath Pig, along with chillis, red peppers, a careful blend of ground spices and a dash of cider vinegar deliver a flavour-packed punch of unctuous ‘jam-iness’, where a little goes a long way.

On crackers with cheese (Manchego is particularly good), with rarebit, in sausage sandwiches, on burgers, on eggs, in bacon butties, a spoonful in a corned beef hash, with fish and shellfish and in pasta sauces – there’s no end to the joy this little jar can bring.

Peter Morrell Editor commented “I’ve been sampling the new Tracklements Special Edition Chilli & Chorizo Jam and it is delicious. I used it as a condiment with a paella and it worked perfectly. I also discovered that it pairs brilliantly with sausages. Whatever foods you team the jam up with it will add a gentle spicy glow and give dishes a great lift.”

Tracklements has spent over 45 years sniffing out the most delicious recipes and hunting down the finest, natural ingredients in the heart of Wiltshire to curate its eclectic collection of over 60 mustards, chutneys, relishes and sauces which taste as good as (if not better than) homemade.

Tracklements Special Edition Chilli & Chorizo Jam, RRP £3.30, for 100g is available from good fine food delis and farm shops nationwide and online at https://www.tracklements.co.uk/seasonal-suggestions

Tracklements

Tracklements began in 1970 when, having read John Evelyn’s Diaries, William Tullberg started to make the first English wholegrain mustard. We’ve been exploring the spice cupboards of the world and rifling through recipe books, old and new, ever since.

Based in the heart of Wiltshire, they use the very best natural ingredients and work with both British farmers and spice growers from around the world.

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