Vidalia Onion Jam | 3 Ways

Jar of Vidalia Onion Jam on a marble table with a vidalia onion

It all begins with our Vidalia Onion Jam

Many love the taste of rendered down caramelized onions, but taking on such a culinary challenge is not for the faint of heart. Our kitchen perfected this art through the humble ‘Vidalia Onion Jam’. 

Not as finicky as Sourdough but all the rewarding flavor. There are many variations of the faultless Dutch Oven bread, but this recipe is pretty straightforward. Add a tbsp of our Vidalia Onion Jam just after the dough comes together and continue onto the first proof. Pro tip* When all steps are complete- enjoy a slice with some Amish butter and Fairytale Peach Preserves.


Onion Jam Brussel Sprouts in a ceramic bowl


Trim the end of the brussel sprouts, and cut in half. Heat a pan on medium heat with olive oil. Place all the brussels in a single layer cut side down and sprinkle with sea salt and pepper for a few minutes. Turn one of them over and check to see if they are caramelizing. If so, go ahead and gently stir them around. Add a generous tbsp of Vidalia Onion Jam and stir around. Serve. This simple addition turns a side dish into a star.

bacon, pimento cheese, and vidalia onion jam on sourdough


Choose your favorite bread- we personally love Hinkel’s Bakery or BANDIT! Slice the bread and spread pimento cheese (Purchase or you can make some like this recipe). On one side add bacon, on the other side our jammy onions! Melt some butter in a pan on medium heat and place assembled sandwich in it! Sear on one side for a few minutes until caramelized and then flip for a few more minutes until cheese is melty! 


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