4 Reviews

Very distinctive taste which I find very appealing. One guest did not care for the flavor but then, she rarely likes anything new or slightly different .I used frozen Italian Prune Plums that I had in the freezer. Worked well. The sauce is just not as chunky as you describe it but has a nice consistency. I put the leftover sauce in 1/2 cup jars and froze them. Nice to hear that it freezes well. I used this sauce as a topping on stuffed Pertobello mushrooms but I can think of a dozen recipes that ir would do well in - Glaze for chicken, Dip for Appies etc etc etc Thanks Kc I wuill think of you every time I use this tasty sauce.

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Bergy May 11, 2003

Love this recipie! The sauce has great flavor and it's easy to make. It was not spicy enough for me, so next time I will throw in a few more peppers!

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jennifercooks83 September 26, 2008

This is a nice sauce. I used jalapenos from my garden and plums from my tree. I also used lemons and oranges from my trees. I love recipes that use stuff that we grow. Thanks!

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susie cooks July 13, 2006

Really liked this sauce, I had some plums growing in the backyward so went searching for a good use for them and this certainly was. I don't have much of a sweet tooth so really appreciated the tartness and character of this sauce. Apart from the obvious uses made a great base for a chicken stirfry.

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Peter J February 18, 2006
Jalapeno Plum Sauce