heirloom and sun-dried tomato jam

heirloom and sun-dried tomato jam

Another Meatless Monday, another homemade jam.

This jam is my jammy jam.

Savory sweet with vibrant flavor, this simple jam recipe takes no time at all, and pairs with so many things.

sundried tomato jam

Savory or sweet – or simply spread on sun-dried tomato popcorn chips

heirloom tomato jam

heirloom and sun-dried tomato jam

YIELD: two small jam jars

dairy, egg, soy and gluten free, vegan

INGREDIENTS:

1 large heirloom tomato
1/2 cup sun-dried tomatoes
1 teaspoon dried oregano
2 tablespoons raw coconut nectar (adjust for sweetness)
pinch sea salt
2 tablespoons chia seeds

INSTRUCTIONS:

Chop tomato. In blender, combine all tomatoes, oregano, sweetener and sea salt, blend to smooth. Add chia seeds and blend to combine. Transfer to jars and refrigerate. Store covered in refrigerator.

easy jam recipe

 

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this recipe was shared with Healthy Vegan Fridays.

 

Comments

  1. Lora @cakeduchess says

    A tomato jam…oh my. I love this idea. I wish I could get a hold of some better tasting tomatoes here these weeks. I will go on a hunt. I miss the ones we had in Italy this summer.

  2. says

    Fancy! 😀 I’ve been in a jam-making mood lately (hubby likes bread with jam, and I enjoy making homemade varieties). So far I’ve only used fruit, but tomatoes sound like a great idea. I also like those corn thingies. :)

    How are you doing? I’ve been thinking so much of you lately, and I can imagine you’re still dealing with a lot of sorrow … probably mixed with gratefulness for your Dad’s happy last weeks among his loved ones. Must be a strange and very intense mix of emotions, if I’m right.

  3. Nina V says

    We have just really started our Spring season here in sunny ol’ Canberra. Our tomato seedlings are doing nicely (in their cosy makeshift green house). I know come January and February I will be swimming in ripe and overripe tomatoes. :)
    Thank you for giving me another way to deal with some of them.
    Any idea how long this would last in the fridge (assuming the jars were steralised and unopened)? Also, do you think it could be frozen?
    Loving your work, as always. xx

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