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A sweet, savory jam that works for breakfast, lunch, or dinner

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Looking for the perfect sweet and savory spread for breakfast, lunch, or dinner? Perhaps a tasty recipe to bring to a friend's in-home brunch? We've got just what you need.

This recipe is provided by Executive Chef Daven Wardynski of Omni Hotels & Resorts.

Ingredients

  • 1 Pound bacon, small dice
  • 1 Tablespoon garlic, minced
  • 1/2 Pound onion, small dice
  • 1 Tablespoon thyme, chopped
  • 3 Tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 Cup coffee, brewed
  • 3/4 Cups apple cider vinegar
  • 1/4 Cup grade A dark maple syrup
  • 1/4 Teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 Teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 Cup water

Sweet and Savory Bacon Jam Recipe

Have you ever tasted decadence on a spoon? Behold &ndash Bacon Jam.

I&rsquove heard bacon jam referred to as Devil&rsquos Delight somewhere, and oh my, is that an accurate moniker. Bacon jam is deliciously savory and sweet and works as a spread over cheeses and breads, or as a flavor blast addition to meats or sandwiches.

And so much more! Can you tell we both love bacon jam?

I&rsquove been experimenting with different ingredients and this is our favorite version, though I also love to use superhot chili peppers. I&rsquom working on a new cookbook about superhot chili peppers, including a large variety of cooking techniques and recipes, and a version of this recipe will be included with Carolina Reaper peppers.

If you want to make your own superhot version, you can use a powder or dehydrated chili peppers. Fresh is ideal, but the powders or rehydrated pods will still bring plenty of flavor and heat.

Note here that I&rsquove used habanero peppers, which are certainly awesome chili peppers. You&rsquoll get a nice heat with them, but if habaneros are too hot for you, jalapenos work just fine, or even a bell pepper.

You want the substance and flavor of the pepper over the heat, but I personally LOVE the heat.

Let&rsquos talk about how to make bacon jam, shall we?


Sweet and Savory Bacon Jam Recipe

Have you ever tasted decadence on a spoon? Behold &ndash Bacon Jam.

I&rsquove heard bacon jam referred to as Devil&rsquos Delight somewhere, and oh my, is that an accurate moniker. Bacon jam is deliciously savory and sweet and works as a spread over cheeses and breads, or as a flavor blast addition to meats or sandwiches.

And so much more! Can you tell we both love bacon jam?

I&rsquove been experimenting with different ingredients and this is our favorite version, though I also love to use superhot chili peppers. I&rsquom working on a new cookbook about superhot chili peppers, including a large variety of cooking techniques and recipes, and a version of this recipe will be included with Carolina Reaper peppers.

If you want to make your own superhot version, you can use a powder or dehydrated chili peppers. Fresh is ideal, but the powders or rehydrated pods will still bring plenty of flavor and heat.

Note here that I&rsquove used habanero peppers, which are certainly awesome chili peppers. You&rsquoll get a nice heat with them, but if habaneros are too hot for you, jalapenos work just fine, or even a bell pepper.

You want the substance and flavor of the pepper over the heat, but I personally LOVE the heat.

Let&rsquos talk about how to make bacon jam, shall we?


Sweet and Savory Bacon Jam Recipe

Have you ever tasted decadence on a spoon? Behold &ndash Bacon Jam.

I&rsquove heard bacon jam referred to as Devil&rsquos Delight somewhere, and oh my, is that an accurate moniker. Bacon jam is deliciously savory and sweet and works as a spread over cheeses and breads, or as a flavor blast addition to meats or sandwiches.

And so much more! Can you tell we both love bacon jam?

I&rsquove been experimenting with different ingredients and this is our favorite version, though I also love to use superhot chili peppers. I&rsquom working on a new cookbook about superhot chili peppers, including a large variety of cooking techniques and recipes, and a version of this recipe will be included with Carolina Reaper peppers.

If you want to make your own superhot version, you can use a powder or dehydrated chili peppers. Fresh is ideal, but the powders or rehydrated pods will still bring plenty of flavor and heat.

Note here that I&rsquove used habanero peppers, which are certainly awesome chili peppers. You&rsquoll get a nice heat with them, but if habaneros are too hot for you, jalapenos work just fine, or even a bell pepper.

You want the substance and flavor of the pepper over the heat, but I personally LOVE the heat.

Let&rsquos talk about how to make bacon jam, shall we?


Sweet and Savory Bacon Jam Recipe

Have you ever tasted decadence on a spoon? Behold &ndash Bacon Jam.

I&rsquove heard bacon jam referred to as Devil&rsquos Delight somewhere, and oh my, is that an accurate moniker. Bacon jam is deliciously savory and sweet and works as a spread over cheeses and breads, or as a flavor blast addition to meats or sandwiches.

And so much more! Can you tell we both love bacon jam?

I&rsquove been experimenting with different ingredients and this is our favorite version, though I also love to use superhot chili peppers. I&rsquom working on a new cookbook about superhot chili peppers, including a large variety of cooking techniques and recipes, and a version of this recipe will be included with Carolina Reaper peppers.

If you want to make your own superhot version, you can use a powder or dehydrated chili peppers. Fresh is ideal, but the powders or rehydrated pods will still bring plenty of flavor and heat.

Note here that I&rsquove used habanero peppers, which are certainly awesome chili peppers. You&rsquoll get a nice heat with them, but if habaneros are too hot for you, jalapenos work just fine, or even a bell pepper.

You want the substance and flavor of the pepper over the heat, but I personally LOVE the heat.

Let&rsquos talk about how to make bacon jam, shall we?


Sweet and Savory Bacon Jam Recipe

Have you ever tasted decadence on a spoon? Behold &ndash Bacon Jam.

I&rsquove heard bacon jam referred to as Devil&rsquos Delight somewhere, and oh my, is that an accurate moniker. Bacon jam is deliciously savory and sweet and works as a spread over cheeses and breads, or as a flavor blast addition to meats or sandwiches.

And so much more! Can you tell we both love bacon jam?

I&rsquove been experimenting with different ingredients and this is our favorite version, though I also love to use superhot chili peppers. I&rsquom working on a new cookbook about superhot chili peppers, including a large variety of cooking techniques and recipes, and a version of this recipe will be included with Carolina Reaper peppers.

If you want to make your own superhot version, you can use a powder or dehydrated chili peppers. Fresh is ideal, but the powders or rehydrated pods will still bring plenty of flavor and heat.

Note here that I&rsquove used habanero peppers, which are certainly awesome chili peppers. You&rsquoll get a nice heat with them, but if habaneros are too hot for you, jalapenos work just fine, or even a bell pepper.

You want the substance and flavor of the pepper over the heat, but I personally LOVE the heat.

Let&rsquos talk about how to make bacon jam, shall we?


Sweet and Savory Bacon Jam Recipe

Have you ever tasted decadence on a spoon? Behold &ndash Bacon Jam.

I&rsquove heard bacon jam referred to as Devil&rsquos Delight somewhere, and oh my, is that an accurate moniker. Bacon jam is deliciously savory and sweet and works as a spread over cheeses and breads, or as a flavor blast addition to meats or sandwiches.

And so much more! Can you tell we both love bacon jam?

I&rsquove been experimenting with different ingredients and this is our favorite version, though I also love to use superhot chili peppers. I&rsquom working on a new cookbook about superhot chili peppers, including a large variety of cooking techniques and recipes, and a version of this recipe will be included with Carolina Reaper peppers.

If you want to make your own superhot version, you can use a powder or dehydrated chili peppers. Fresh is ideal, but the powders or rehydrated pods will still bring plenty of flavor and heat.

Note here that I&rsquove used habanero peppers, which are certainly awesome chili peppers. You&rsquoll get a nice heat with them, but if habaneros are too hot for you, jalapenos work just fine, or even a bell pepper.

You want the substance and flavor of the pepper over the heat, but I personally LOVE the heat.

Let&rsquos talk about how to make bacon jam, shall we?


Sweet and Savory Bacon Jam Recipe

Have you ever tasted decadence on a spoon? Behold &ndash Bacon Jam.

I&rsquove heard bacon jam referred to as Devil&rsquos Delight somewhere, and oh my, is that an accurate moniker. Bacon jam is deliciously savory and sweet and works as a spread over cheeses and breads, or as a flavor blast addition to meats or sandwiches.

And so much more! Can you tell we both love bacon jam?

I&rsquove been experimenting with different ingredients and this is our favorite version, though I also love to use superhot chili peppers. I&rsquom working on a new cookbook about superhot chili peppers, including a large variety of cooking techniques and recipes, and a version of this recipe will be included with Carolina Reaper peppers.

If you want to make your own superhot version, you can use a powder or dehydrated chili peppers. Fresh is ideal, but the powders or rehydrated pods will still bring plenty of flavor and heat.

Note here that I&rsquove used habanero peppers, which are certainly awesome chili peppers. You&rsquoll get a nice heat with them, but if habaneros are too hot for you, jalapenos work just fine, or even a bell pepper.

You want the substance and flavor of the pepper over the heat, but I personally LOVE the heat.

Let&rsquos talk about how to make bacon jam, shall we?


Sweet and Savory Bacon Jam Recipe

Have you ever tasted decadence on a spoon? Behold &ndash Bacon Jam.

I&rsquove heard bacon jam referred to as Devil&rsquos Delight somewhere, and oh my, is that an accurate moniker. Bacon jam is deliciously savory and sweet and works as a spread over cheeses and breads, or as a flavor blast addition to meats or sandwiches.

And so much more! Can you tell we both love bacon jam?

I&rsquove been experimenting with different ingredients and this is our favorite version, though I also love to use superhot chili peppers. I&rsquom working on a new cookbook about superhot chili peppers, including a large variety of cooking techniques and recipes, and a version of this recipe will be included with Carolina Reaper peppers.

If you want to make your own superhot version, you can use a powder or dehydrated chili peppers. Fresh is ideal, but the powders or rehydrated pods will still bring plenty of flavor and heat.

Note here that I&rsquove used habanero peppers, which are certainly awesome chili peppers. You&rsquoll get a nice heat with them, but if habaneros are too hot for you, jalapenos work just fine, or even a bell pepper.

You want the substance and flavor of the pepper over the heat, but I personally LOVE the heat.

Let&rsquos talk about how to make bacon jam, shall we?


Sweet and Savory Bacon Jam Recipe

Have you ever tasted decadence on a spoon? Behold &ndash Bacon Jam.

I&rsquove heard bacon jam referred to as Devil&rsquos Delight somewhere, and oh my, is that an accurate moniker. Bacon jam is deliciously savory and sweet and works as a spread over cheeses and breads, or as a flavor blast addition to meats or sandwiches.

And so much more! Can you tell we both love bacon jam?

I&rsquove been experimenting with different ingredients and this is our favorite version, though I also love to use superhot chili peppers. I&rsquom working on a new cookbook about superhot chili peppers, including a large variety of cooking techniques and recipes, and a version of this recipe will be included with Carolina Reaper peppers.

If you want to make your own superhot version, you can use a powder or dehydrated chili peppers. Fresh is ideal, but the powders or rehydrated pods will still bring plenty of flavor and heat.

Note here that I&rsquove used habanero peppers, which are certainly awesome chili peppers. You&rsquoll get a nice heat with them, but if habaneros are too hot for you, jalapenos work just fine, or even a bell pepper.

You want the substance and flavor of the pepper over the heat, but I personally LOVE the heat.

Let&rsquos talk about how to make bacon jam, shall we?


Sweet and Savory Bacon Jam Recipe

Have you ever tasted decadence on a spoon? Behold &ndash Bacon Jam.

I&rsquove heard bacon jam referred to as Devil&rsquos Delight somewhere, and oh my, is that an accurate moniker. Bacon jam is deliciously savory and sweet and works as a spread over cheeses and breads, or as a flavor blast addition to meats or sandwiches.

And so much more! Can you tell we both love bacon jam?

I&rsquove been experimenting with different ingredients and this is our favorite version, though I also love to use superhot chili peppers. I&rsquom working on a new cookbook about superhot chili peppers, including a large variety of cooking techniques and recipes, and a version of this recipe will be included with Carolina Reaper peppers.

If you want to make your own superhot version, you can use a powder or dehydrated chili peppers. Fresh is ideal, but the powders or rehydrated pods will still bring plenty of flavor and heat.

Note here that I&rsquove used habanero peppers, which are certainly awesome chili peppers. You&rsquoll get a nice heat with them, but if habaneros are too hot for you, jalapenos work just fine, or even a bell pepper.

You want the substance and flavor of the pepper over the heat, but I personally LOVE the heat.

Let&rsquos talk about how to make bacon jam, shall we?



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