Ben’s Farm Shop Nduja Jam

AuthorBen WatsonCategory,

A deliciously addictive spreadable spicy salami that you can make at home. Try with honey on a pizza, bruschetta or panini – or use as a base for any spicy casserole or pasta sauce.

Yields1 Serving
 200 g Ben's Farm Shop nduja
 2 tbsp olive oil
 1 tbsp rosemary leaves
 3 tbsp runny honey
 4 tbsp muscatel or balsamic vinegar
 1 tsp crushed fennel seeds
 dash of white wine
1

De-skin and finely dice a 200g Ben's Farm Shop nduja sausage and fry with 2 tbsp of olive oil and a tbsp of chopped rosemary leaves.

Add 3 tbsp of runny honey, 4 tsp of muscatel or balsamic vinegar and a generous tsp of crushed fennel seeds.

Gently fry for five minutes or so, transfer to a large mortar and pestle and work to a reasonably smooth paste.

Mine was a bit thick so I let it down with a little white wine that happened, unusually, to be left over from the night before (it was Christmas).

Use as a dip, to spice up a pasta sauce (such as Tagliatelle with romanesco, anchovies and burrata), paninis, or on a pizza etc. If you’re into delaying breakfast until the old taste buds have regenerated (brunch) it’s brilliant with uber-trendy Turkish eggs.

Ingredients

 200 g Ben's Farm Shop nduja
 2 tbsp olive oil
 1 tbsp rosemary leaves
 3 tbsp runny honey
 4 tbsp muscatel or balsamic vinegar
 1 tsp crushed fennel seeds
 dash of white wine

Directions

1

De-skin and finely dice a 200g Ben's Farm Shop nduja sausage and fry with 2 tbsp of olive oil and a tbsp of chopped rosemary leaves.

Add 3 tbsp of runny honey, 4 tsp of muscatel or balsamic vinegar and a generous tsp of crushed fennel seeds.

Gently fry for five minutes or so, transfer to a large mortar and pestle and work to a reasonably smooth paste.

Mine was a bit thick so I let it down with a little white wine that happened, unusually, to be left over from the night before (it was Christmas).

Use as a dip, to spice up a pasta sauce (such as Tagliatelle with romanesco, anchovies and burrata), paninis, or on a pizza etc. If you’re into delaying breakfast until the old taste buds have regenerated (brunch) it’s brilliant with uber-trendy Turkish eggs.

Ben’s Farm Shop Nduja Jam
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