Preserves Recipes

In Newfoundland there are many local food products that are bottled and sold as condiments or preserved foods. Some popular examples include:

  1. Jams and Jellies: Newfoundland is known for its locally produced jams and jellies made from wild berries such as partridgeberries, bakeapples, and blueberries. These spreads are often used as condiments on toast or as an ingredient in baking.
  2. Pickles and Relishes: Pickles and relishes made from local produce such as cucumbers, carrots, and beets are also popular in Newfoundland. They are often served as a condiment with sandwiches, burgers, or as a side dish.
  3. Sauces and Gravies: Newfoundland is home to a variety of sauces and gravies, including cranberry sauce and gravy made from local berries and game. These sauces are often used as a condiment or as a flavor enhancer in cooking.

These are just a few examples of the many bottled foods that are produced and enjoyed in Newfoundland. Whether you’re looking for a unique condiment or a delicious ingredient to enhance your cooking, you’re sure to find something to suit your taste in Newfoundland.

Newfoundland Gooseberry Chutney

Gooseberry Chutney

Gooseberry chutney, a delightful condiment, adds a burst of sweet and tangy flavor to your meals. Made from fresh gooseberries, this chutney is a versatile accompaniment that complements a variety of dishes. Click on photo to see recipe.

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Newfoundland Pickled Beets Recipe

Pickled Beets

Pickled beets are a delicious addition to salads, sandwiches, or as a side dish. They can be enjoyed for several weeks when stored in the refrigerator. Click on photo to see recipe.

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