Sweet Onion Fig Jam

Yield: 6-10 Servings

4 Cups Dried Black Mission Figs, Stems Removed

¼ Cup Aged Balsamic Vinegar

4 Cups Water, Divided

2 ½ Tablespoons Sweet Onion Sugar

1 ½ Tablespoon Organic Cane Sugar

1-2 Teaspoons Country French Seasoning

1 Teaspoon Vanilla Bean Sea Salt

1 Teaspoon Ground Tellicherry Peppercorns

Place figs, balsamic, and 2 cups water in bowl of food processor. Pulse until figs are coarsely chopped. Transfer mixture to a medium saucepan.

 

Add remaining water, sugar, seasoning, salt, and pepper. Stir to combine. Bring mixture to a boil, reduce heat to medium – medium low, and simmer, stirring frequently, for 30-35 minutes until liquids have reduced and mixture has reached a jam-like consistency.

 

Jam can be served warm or at room temperature.

MorningStar Kitchen Seasonings Featured in this Recipe
Click on images below to learn more about seasonings in this recipe
Sweet Onion Sugar
Sugar isn't just for coffee
and cookies anymore! Use
this one before grilling to
add a hint of caramelized onion to chicken, shrimp, pork, and vegetables. Or for a savory finishing touch, sprinkle some before baking on top of breads, scones and muffins. 
Sweet Onion Sugar from MoringStar Kitchen
Country French 
Seasoning
Our Country French
seasoning blend is a must-
have for everyHome Chef. Adapted
from the traditional French bouquet garni, it is perfect when you want to create soups, stocks, and stews with a French flare. And it essential for dishes like Beef Burgundy, Osso Bucco, Carbonnade, Roasted Chicken, and more!
Country French Seasoning (a.k.a. Bouquet Garni) from MorningStar Kitchen
Vanilla Bean
Sea Salt

Sweet, yet salty, our Vanilla

Bean Sea Salt makes a rich

and flavorful addition to both sweet and savory dishes. Try a little on chicken, vegetables, or salads. Use it as a finishing salt to create an extra layer of flavor in breads, pastries – even cocktails!

Vanilla Bean Salt from MorningStar Kitchen
Tellicherry
Peppercorns
No Home Chef's kitchen is
complete without Tellicherry
peppercorns, which are considered the finest pepper in the world. Left on the vine longer than other black peppercorns, these berries are given time to develop their complex, robust flavor to develop more fully.
Tellicherry Peppercorn from MorningStar Kitchen