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Very good. Made it just as stated. I tasted the jam when it was almost ready and thought, hm, something's missing. Read the recipe again and found that I had forgotten to add the brown sugar. When having done that and tasted again, yes, this is perfect! Wouldn't change a thing. Had some with a vegetable casserole when it was still warm and some on crackers when it had cooled off. It is sweet (not overly), spicy, yes definitely something to make again. Thanks for posting. Made for P-A-R-T-Y- Holiday tag, December2009.

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Chef Dudo December 10, 2009

SO good!! I had a "red onion jam" at a restaurant in Williamsburg, VA and decided to try to find the recipe. Their jam was 10 times sweeter and bright red, so I was skeptical about this one. I was so happy with the result. I liked it not being so sweet and it was easy to prepare. I added a handful of dried cranberries after cooking and served with roasted turkey. It was also great on Ritz (I ate about half of it before my husband got home!) Next time, I would add the cranberries sooner so they will plump up. Thanks so much Michele! I really enjoyed this!

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BrookeTX-GA September 14, 2007

Delicious! I do a happy dance every time I have some. Not too sweet and great spice zing. My favorite use is topping it on a toasted Everything bagel with a smear of cream cheese. Also gave new life and unbelievable dimension to a frozen mushroom pizza.

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CannB1 July 09, 2010

So good. I served it on some fancy crackers. Good balance of sweet and savory.

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SkinniFries June 17, 2006

Great recipe....follow exactly I gave as a gift in a basket..was well received!!

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cinda37379 May 03, 2005
Red Onion Jam