Using Pepper Jelly 1.Vinaigrette Dressing - Mix 1/2 Cup Olive oil and 2 TBSP Balsamic Vinegar together until mixed well, add in 1/2 Cup Pepper Jelly and mix thoroughly. Season with salt and pepper. Serve over a nice spinach salad or coleslaw. 2.Ham and Turkey Sandwich - use pepper jelly instead of mustard3.Glaze over pork chops while grilling.4.Cocktail Meatballs - Cook frozen meatballs on low in a crockpot and mix with 1 Jar Pepper Jelly. Heat until meatballs are cooked through.5.Use as a dip for Egg Rolls - melt pepper jelly a bit before serving.6.Use in Pulled Pork - In crockpot add Pork Butt (3 lbs) and 1 Cup Beef Broth and cook on low for 8-10 hours until you can pull the meat apart - In small saucepan mix together 1 cup of pepper jelly, 1/4 Cup Cider Vinegar, 2 TBSP Brown Sugar, 6 oz Tomato Paste, 1 TBSP Worcestershire Sauce cook until thick about 15 minutes. Mix the pulled pork in with the pepper jelly sauce and serve on buns.7.Glaze over Pork Tenderloin - cook in oven and at the very end of cooking, add pepper jelly as a glaze.Use as a glaze on baked ham.8.Candied Bacon - Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil (to catch any drips) then place a cooling rack on the sheet. Lay bacon flat on the cooling racks and coat with a glaze of pepper jelly. Bake at 325 degrees for 20 minutes (flip at 10 minutes) or until bacon is crisp.9.Spicy sandwich spread - mix equal parts mayo and pepper jelly.10.Mix with ranch dressing and smother on grilled chicken and cook until warm (and chicken is cooked through).11.Serve with gorgonzola cheese on crackers – one of my favorite ways to eat pepper jelly.It’s actually wonderful with any cheese.12.Bagel, cream cheese and pepper jelly13.Make thumbprint cookies with pepper jelly instead of regular jam14.Use as a sauce for hot wings15.Use as a topping on baked brie16.Warm pepper jelly slightly in microwave and then use as a dipping sauce with chicken tenders.17.Stirfry veggies and use pepper jelly as the sauce! You can always thicken with a corn starch slurry if you want it thicker. 18.Mix it up and make a dip! You can really use your imagination on this one, mixing pepper jelly with cream cheese is a simple dip, you can even heat it in the oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes (or until bubbly) and serve it warm with tortilla chips or crackers. Use it to replace ketchup or BBQ sauce. 19.It’s great on burgers, hotdogs or even french fries. 20.Use to spice up a boring BBQ sauce.