Skillet Bacon Jam Review (Tasty Tuesday)

If you are a bacon lover, love to cook, or just need to spice up some meals, then you will love skillet bacon jam! After reading the name of the product, you may be left wondering "what the heck is bacon jam?" Skillet Street Food has offered us some insight on this yummy creation:
we make this bacon spread condiment called bacon jam..you say what?.. that’s right, we use niman ranch bacon and render it down along with onions, balsamic and other spices . It cooks for several hours until it is a perfect blend of smoky, tangy, savory and slightly sweet….basically spreadable bacony goodness! USDA approved.

I was sent a sample of Skillet Bacon Jam to review. After reading about the product online, I found out that Skillet Bacon Jam can be used for a number of things, such as a base for a vinaigrette or on grilled cheese, burgers, baked potato, or on anything else that you want to add some bacony goodness to! I decided to use a little skillet bacon jam on our grilled cheese sandwiches and BOYYYYY did it make a difference! The taste is not ovepowering and a little goes a long way. Something about the slightly sweet & smoky bacon flavor makes this spread addicting! My favorite use for Skillet Bacon Jam is inside breakfast burritos...oh my goodness! The people at Skillet Street Food truly made heaven for your tastebuds!

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Buy It:

You can purchase Skillet Bacon Jam online - (1) 11 oz. for $14.00 or 3-pack for $39.50
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find a retailer near you!

Got questions about this product? Email eat@skilletstreetfood.com

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