Red Pepper Jelly
A classic condiment in parts of the south, this spread is a natural partner to a cheese board; serve it with roasted lamb (instead of the classic mint jelly); or use it to glaze an Easter ham.
Martha Washington was famous for her hospitality and bountiful meals. The best fruits and vegetables were harvested from the Mount Vernon gardens and produce was also imported from warmer climates. Canning and preserving was a year-round activity. We hope our Mount Vernon jams, jellies, and preserves, inspired by these 18th-century traditions, are a welcome addition to your pantry.
The 9-ounce jar of Mount Vernon Red Pepper Jelly is made with sugar, red peppers, white distilled vinegar, crushed red pepper flakes, pectin and citric acid. Enjoy the heat!. Made in Virginia with fresh, all-natural ingredients. Please note that caps of the artisanal Virginia jam will be either gold, black, or white, as available at time of order.