Tomato Jam & Earl

Wasn't there a video game called Toejam and Earl?
If not, just ignore the title of this post, I am too old to know this pop culture.

Here is the excellent tomato jam recipe from my Kobe Sliders post.
I piled this lovely spicy condiment on top of the little burgers and melted smoked mozzarella on top to make this a great burger.

I guess you could call this a chutney, since it is made w/ cider vinegar and spices.
It would also be wonderful served with a cheese course or on grilled chicken.

Spicy Tomato Jam:

8 plum or Roma tomatoes, cut into dice
1/2 cup of chopped white onions
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/2 cup sugar
1 tbsp cumin
1 tbsp curry powder
2 cloves minced garlic
1 tbsp of chili powder (depends on how spicey you like it or how spicy your chili powder is)
1/3 cup of golden raisins (optional)

Throw all ingredients in a heavy stock pot and bring to a boil.
Turn down to a low simmer and cook 45 minutes until thickened, uncovered.


noble pig said…
I was dreaming about tomato jam and cornmeal scones last night...this looks awesome Stacy.
LaDue & Crew said…
Now I want to make the sliders and this. Yum!
Lori Lynn said…
Ah yes, it sounds great, with cheese especially!
lisa is cooking said…
This sounds so great with melty smoked mozzarella! Perfect timing for a tomato recipe too.
kat said…
That just sounds so fresh & tasty
Dana said…
I think I would put that on just about anything!
Dewi said…
Tomato jam sounds delicious!
Giff said…
although I shudder at the thought of golden raisins (SHUDDER!), I have to try the rest of it :) now off to read the rest of my stacey blog-backlog!
Maggie said…
I love the idea of putting this on sliders! Sweet and savory...perfect.
The JR said…
I love tomatoes. I'm with Giff though, will have to leave out the raisens.

Will have to try it and see how it works on my venison burgers!

Karen said…
This looks good... something to do with the thousand pounds of tomatoes we have in our garden. LOL