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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Foodie Friday



Foodie Friday my other favorite blogging day!
Be sure to stop by and see Gollum for more FF!

Well, as promised, here is the recipe for the Jezebel Sauce
This is truly an old south recipe!


1 Jar pineapple preserves
1 jar apple jelly
1 bottlw fresh horseradish
1 jar coleman's mustard or dry mustard* (to your taste)
(*1/2 container of the 2 oz size is perfectly spicy and wonderful)
salt and pepper dashes

mix all ingredients with an electric mixer.
This will keep indefinitely in fridge.
I serve over cream cheese with crackers,
or beef stick and cheese on a cracker.
In true confession, I even eat it on Frito's!
Really the possibilities are endless!

5 comments:

Karen said...

I love Jezebel Sauce. Your recipe looks like it has more zing than mine so I'll be using yours the next time. And what's not to love about anything over cream cheese??
Have your tried raspberry chipotle sauce over cream cheese. It's to die for!
Hugs,
Karen
Ladybug Creek

LauraBeth said...

Where in the world would one find pineapple preserves? Just wond'rin :-)

This sauce is the JAM!

ButterYum said...

Interesting. What does it taste like?

:)
ButterYum

Jane (Frugal Fine Living) said...

It looks yummy! I wonder why they call it Jezebel sauce. :-)

Jane

9405018--Pat said...

Sounds wonderful...could you tell me what size jar of horseradish....would love to try this...thanks for sharing...Pat H
pattygary@kc.rr.com