Hot Pepper Jelly

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Hot Pepper Jelly

Stonewall Kitchen
Weight: 13 oz
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A pantry essential for a quick, no-nonsense appetizer.

A blend of four different peppers collide in this sweet and savory Hot Pepper Jelly from Stonewall Kitchen. A delightful pepper jelly for serving over cream cheese, it also adds wonderful flavor to pan sauces and stir fry.

  • Superb spooned over cream cheese and served with crusty baguette slices
  • A delicious addition to pan sauces for poultry and pork
  • Blend a few tablespoons into stir fry for added flavor
  • Use as a glaze for Kielbasa
Pure Cane Sugar, Onions, Roasted Red Peppers, Jalapenos, White Vinegar, Hot Sauce (aged cayenne red pepper, vinegar, salt, natural flavor, garlic), Red Pepper Flakes, Ancho Chili Powder, Citric Acid, Fruit Pectin
Stonewall Kitchen was founded in 1991 by Jonathan King and Jim Stott, two former waiters who spent their weekends selling their own homemade jams and jellies from a card table at local Maine farmer's markets. From the beginning, the company was based on ideals born out of Maine: unspoiled beauty, wholesomeness, and a sense of community. It is a testament to the art of preserve making and the public's growing interest in wholesome, quality and tasty ingredients.

What was once a weekend hobby has grown into a multi-million dollar specialty food business – one of the most awarded in the industry. Stonewall Kitchen's commitment to quality – and to their customer – is evident in every product. In business for over 20 years, they know what makes specialty food special.

The Savory Pantry has done business with Stonewall Kitchen since our beginnings in 1998. Since then, we have grown together. The Savory Pantry is the largest retailer of Stonewall Kitchen products in the state of Arkansas, and, as an independent specialty food retailer, we are in the top 5 retailers for Stonewall Kitchen products in the mid-west. The reason? Stonewall Kitchen gives us quality products our customers love, and ask for repeatedly. It's that simple.