Lingonberry jam is a staple food in Scandinavian cuisine. It is very versatile and can be served for instance with oven-made thick pancakes, as well as a relish with meat courses such as meatballs, beef stew or liver dishes; regionally even with fried herring. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Gluten free. 750g glass jar
It is also often used on mashed potato and the traditional oatmeal porridge, sometimes together with cinnamon, and, perhaps, a little sugar or syrup. You can dollop it on Greek yoghurt or toss it into fruit salads. It's also wonderful mixed with a little buttercream as a macaroon filling. Or mix some into a blueberry muffin batter for a delicious taste twist!
Or simply spread it on your toast for a wonderful new flavor explosion!
Jam Ingredients: Lingonberries (35%), water, glucose fructose syrup, sugar, thickener (pectin), preservative (potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate)
Recipes to use with lingonberry jam:
Lingon-beef Patties recipe
Lingonberry Sauce for Salmon recipe
Lingonberries have long been a source of beneficial nutrition for Scandinavians and those living in the Northern Hemisphere where the lingonberries grow wild in the forests during the summer months. Dr. Oz has named lingonberry as 'The New Superfruit' due to its multiple health benefits.