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First of all, I halved the recipe. I didn't have any thai peppers, so I used a couple of jalepenos. They weren't quite spicy enough, so I added about a half teaspoon of cayenne pepper, which was just about perfect- smooth and sweet with a little bite on the back end. The half recipe made four half pints. Looking forward to giving it as a gift with Christmas!

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ucnclmeal September 26, 2011

I made this with Jalapenos out of my garden and plums out of my tree. Excellent! I also fried Chicken breast in it (& little water) and sprinkled toasted sesame seeds over the top....Bam! Damian Somewhere in Washington

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That Damian guy in Washington November 18, 2009

This is wondrful! Instead of using sugar I used Whey Low to make this a diabetic friendly recipe.

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latlyons July 26, 2009

Very good as a glaze for chicken. I used 2 habanero peppers with seeds, and it was delicious.

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SLS #04093 April 05, 2005
Spicy Pepper Plum Jam