Confiture Parisienne created a brand new collection of jams: "Les Duos".
Recipes composed of two flavors: a fruit and a flower, like “Abricot Lavande” (apricot/lavender) — or two fruits like “Orange Kumquat” and “Framboise Litchi” (raspberry/litchi). These recipes will (re)acquaint you with the basics, but with a little extra twist.
SWEET: On toast, pancake, scone, or cottage cheese.
Ingredients + Benefits
Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Since ancient times, foodies have developed various recipes for preserving fruits by cooking them with wine or honey.
But to taste jams as we know them, you have to wait for the first crusades and the introduction of cane sugar from the Arab world. This luxury food allows the transformation of fruit into jam, only reserved for royal tables. At the beginning of the 19th century, the production of beet sugar democratized this product. In Paris, many jam makers opened their stalls and supplied themselves with fruit from the surrounding orchards.