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Bacon Jam

Bacon Jam.

The words filled my head as I was tagged on Facebook to a link from this post, where the creator uses another all in one machine to make this amazing accompaniment to burgers, crackers and anything else that could use a hit of sweet and salty flavours. The Cook Processor handles this recipe really well, especially since it is also able to fry meats, meaning you don’t have to fire up the hot plate. The whole process takes just over an hour and a half so get stuck into it early in the day so it can be used with your main meal, or place it in the fridge for use with crackers and cheese. Either way, this jam will take your next food experience to a new level.

Enjoy, I mean, it is Bacon Jam…

This recipe was adapted by Kane – A bacon lover and complete food novice who has quickly fallen in love with the Cook Processor.

Bacon Jam

Bacon Jam


Bacon Jam
Bacon Jam
Print Recipe
A sweet and salty accompaniment for your next meal.
Servings Prep Time
1 and a half cups 10 minutes
Cook Time
1 45
Servings Prep Time
1 and a half cups 10 minutes
Cook Time
1 45
Bacon Jam
Bacon Jam
Print Recipe
A sweet and salty accompaniment for your next meal.
Servings Prep Time
1 and a half cups 10 minutes
Cook Time
1 45
Servings Prep Time
1 and a half cups 10 minutes
Cook Time
1 45
Ingredients
Servings: cups
Instructions
  1. Insert stir assist. Remove measuring cup. Cut bacon into 1cm long strips. Cook 140°, 10-15 minutes, speed int, until brown.
  2. Drain bacon aside on paper towel.
  3. Insert Multi Blade. Insert measuring cup. Add onion and garlic. Pulse for 10 seconds, scrape down.
  4. Insert Stir Assist. Scrape down. Remove measuring cup. Place Bacon back in pot and saute the bacon, onion and garlic. 100°, 12 minutes, speed int.
  5. Add all other ingredients to pot. Cook 100°, 60 minutes, speed 1.
  6. Scrape down. Cook 100°, 30 minutes, speed 1.
  7. Insert Multi Blade. Pulse for 10 seconds. Remove, allow to cool and place in fridge.
Recipe Notes

Adapted from this post.

If this recipe makes your jam too dry, consider lowering cooking times. Personally, I love a really thick spread of it!

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  • Reply
    Dani @ House in Tillford
    December 19, 2015 at 9:22 am

    Yum bacon jam sounds like the best kind of jam!

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