Heartbreaking Dawns blend all natural peaches, cranberries and ginger for this award winning fiery preserve. All of those delicious flavors finished off by a firm bite of Peruvian Orange Peppers makes for a truly decadent delight. This product took home the First Place Ribbon in the "chutney" category at the 12th Annual Rosendale, NY Picklefest. Add to a glaze, or use as a topping on everything from pancakes to pork. (8 oz glass jar)
*ALL NATURAL* *GLUTEN FREE* *VEGAN*
**Winner Hot Pepper Awards**
**Hudson Valley's Number 1 Chutney 3 years and Counting!! 2009, 2010, 2012 **
Heat Index: 2/10
FIERY PLUM TRAIL PIE
basic pie crust recipe
7 sliced plums
1/4-1/2 cup sugar
1/4 lemon wedge juice
1/8 cup cornstarch
1.5 cups HBD FIERY TRAIL PRESERVES
bake at 350F for 1 hour
Glazed Pork Loin w/ Heartbreaking Mojo Sauce!
1/2 cup HBD Trail Preserves
1 tsp. Mustard
1/2 cup Orange Juice
1 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp white pepper
2 diced scallion
WHISK AND BRUSH THE MEAT WHILE COOKING AND ALSO BEFORE RESTING.
In a sauce pan soften:
3 tbs olive oil
1/2 medium red onion
2 large diced garlic cloves
Add 1/4 cup lime juice
1 cup Orange Juice
4 tbs HBD Mango Habanero Hot Sauce
Cook down until reduced by half
Whisk in some fresh Cilantro and Salt to taste
Drizzle over the Glazed Pork
Posted by Scott A on 19th Dec 2012
We are Polanars preserve lovers. I myself love the hot bite that your Mango gives balanced with the sweetness. I gave the Polanars to my kids as they like the more subdues taste and I proceeded to polish off the jar in 2 days. Only way to make this a better preserve would be to bottle it in a larger jar.
Posted by Michele Z on 16th Jul 2012
Marinade in shrimp and pineapple. Place shrimp and pineapple on skewer and serve over rice adding more of the preserves......so yummy
Also....try with peanut butter. Make a Peanut Butter Sandwich with whole grain bread and subsitute grape jelly for the preserves.
Posted by Mras on 20th Jan 2012
Read the title, do that and grill. You will be very happy.
Also used this over Christmas on top of some Brie. Baked it for a few, what a flavorful spread.
Posted by Theresa on 15th Oct 2010
My sister brought this home and we used it on pork chops. Yummmm. We then put some in our homemade turkey soup. Unbelieveable. I love this stuff. Next... chicken salad dressing.
Posted by Devin on 6th Oct 2010
Wow is all I can say about this product. Very delicious and addicting. I went through a whole jar in two days, very good on top of a bagel or cracker with cream cheese. Highly recommend!!!!