posted on Oct, 18 2010 @ 10:20 AM
Originally posted by ken10
Is "Jelly" in the US the same as "Jam" that we have in England ?
If so what is the best flavour to use in a peanut butter jelly sandwich ?
Oh and do you still use normal butter or margarine on the bread ?
Thanks for any replies, I'd like to give it a try
Jam = sweetened fruit mash gelled through cooking, and addition of sugar and/or pectin
Jelly = sweetened fruit juice, strained through cheesecloth, no fruit pulp, see through, no cloudiness, pectin added.
No butter or margarine needed, peanut butter is creamy enough. I prefer whole grain bread, makes it healthy. Strawberry seems to be the most used
flavor. I like mine with marmalade (orange jam). Or honey. Toasted is good too.
For something different, I used to do peanut butter and crispy iceberg lettuce sandwiches. Yes, people told me I was weird, and not many others liked
it. There are so many things you can put with peanut butter.