Maple Bacon Onion Jam. Does anything sound better than that?
I recently had the opportunity to sample Stonewall Kitchen’s new Maple Bacon Onion Jam as well as their Roasted Tomato Balsamic Vinaigrette. One word for both of them. Amazing. The Vinaigrette is delicious drizzled on a green salad (with some bacon 🙂 ) or when used as a marinade for some summertime grilling.
But let’s get back to the Maple Bacon Onion Jam. I think I’m obsessed with it. The flavor is sweet, salty, and smoky and is just what you need to take your sandwiches, burgers, and appetizers to the next level. I have so many ideas for this stuff and am thinking I may need to order a whole case of it.
I can’t wait to try it smothered on a grilled cheese sandwich and I’m thinking it would taste perfect stuffed into a chicken breast with some cream cheese. It has already become one of my favorite burger toppings. Combine it with a little mascarpone cheese or cream cheese in some filo cups for a super easy and delicious appetizer.
Just bake them in a 350 degree oven until warm and lightly browned. A little fresh thyme complements the flavors. Super Easy Entertaining! What I love about Stonewall Kitchen’s specialty food products is they can turn drab food into fabulous food just like that. Stonewall Kitchen began in 1991 selling homemade jams and sauces at a local farmer’s market and it has grown to become one of the biggest success stories in the specialty foods industry. Check out Stonewall Kitchen’s huge line of specialty food products including jams, flavored oils, chutneys, salad dressings, mustards, and syrups. They are sure to add that special touch to your food and they make entertaining a breeze. Plus they make great gifts too! Now excuse me while I go and stick my finger back in that Maple Bacon Onion Jam.
- 1.25 pounds ground chuck
- salt and pepper
- 4 slices provolone cheese
- green leaf lettuce
- 4 hamburger buns
- Maple Bacon Onion Jam, Stonewall Kitchen
Season ground beef well with salt and pepper and form into 4 patties.
Heat grill to medium-high. When hot place burgers on grill and grill 3 to 4 minutes. Flip over and cook until desired degree of doneness, placing a slice of cheese on each burger about 1 minute before removing from grill.
Place a leaf of lettuce on each bun, top with burgers.
Spread 1 to 2 tablespoons of bacon jam on burgers and enjoy.
Corn on the Cob goes great with these burgers. Here’s THE BEST way to cook Corn on the Cob!
Disclosure: I was provided with several free products from Stonewall Kitchen. All opinions are my own.