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I Got a Filling

I Got a Filling

Ever wondered how to make your plain and lifeless bread into something brilliant, amazing, and mouth-watering? Well, through adding some filling, of course! Enjoy savoring these delicious fillings, plus they are super easy to make.

  • Balsamic Onion Jam

This recipe is good for eight servings and would only take a total of twenty short minutes of your time. The eight minutes goes to your preparation time and the remaining twelve is for the cooking time. Every serving of Balsamic Onion Jam contains 174.6 calories, 8.8 grams of fat, 2 grams of saturated fat, 48.8 milligrams of cholesterol, 241.8 milligrams of sodium, 7.6 grams of carbohydrates, 4.2 grams of total sugars, 0.9 gram of dietary fiber, and 17.2 grams of protein.

To get started, prepare the following ingredients: a large red onion cut into eighths, a tablespoon of canola oil, a quarter teaspoon of kosher salt, a pinch of ground black pepper, a teaspoon of fresh thyme leaves, and a half teaspoon of sugar.

First, thread the onion onto skewers. Brush with oil then season with salt and pepper. For five minutes each side, grill the onions on aluminium foil. Afterwards, remove from heat and let cool. Then, put the onions in a food processor and pulse together with the vinegar, thyme, and sugar until the ingredients are well mixed. This would only take about a minute of two/

 

  • Cranberry-Cherry Preserve

This recipe makes as much as sixty four servings. The total time it would take to come up with Cranberry-Cherry Preserve is twenty five minutes where we allot five minutes for the preparation and the rest for cooking. Every serving contains 18.3 calories, 0.4 milligram of sodium, 4.7 grams of carbohydrates, 3.9 grams of total sugars, 0.4 gram of dietary fiber, and 0.1 gram of protein.

Prepare the following ingredients: a bag or twelve ounces of fresh or frozen cranberries, two and a half cups of fresh or jarred (water-packed) sour cherries, an unpeeled, coarsely chopped, and seeded lime, three-fourths cup of sugar, a quarter cup of maple syrup, a half teaspoon of cinnamon, and a one-eighth teaspoon of ground allspice.

Combine the cranberries, cherries, lime, sugar, maple syrup, cinnamon, and allspice in a large saucepan. Stir to combine. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Then, reduce to simmer and cook while stirring often until the berries pop and preserve turns thick. This would take about fifteen to twenty minutes. Afterwards, ladle into sterilized pint jars. Store the finished product inside the refrigerator.

 

  • Apricot Butter

This recipe is good for thirty two servings and takes a total of fifty five minutes where ten goes to the preparation and the remaining forty five to the cooking. Each serving contains 14.3 calories, 0.8 milligram of sodium, 3.7 grams of carbohydrates, 3.1grams of total sugars, 0.4 gram of dietary fiber, and 0.2 gram of protein.

Prepare a cup of dried apricots, a peeled, seeded, and cut into large chunks orange, a cup of water, a tablespoon of dark honey, a half teaspoon of ground cardamom, a half teaspoon of ginger, a half teaspoon of cinnamon, and two teaspoons of lemon juice.

Mix all the apricots, orange, water, honey, cardamom, ginger, and cinnamon in a medium saucepan. Over a low heat, bring to a simmer and cook while stirring occasionally until the apricots turn tender and the water has all been absorbed. This should take about forty five minutes. Afterwards, transfer the mixture into a food processor then add the lemon juice and puree until smooth. Ladle into sterilized pint jars. Store the finish product in the refrigerator.

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