What Can I Do With Leftover Mint Jelly?

updated May 2, 2019
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Q: I have been clearing out my fridge along with the Cure-ees and am perplexed by my jar of mint jelly. We roasted a beautiful leg of lamb at Christmas and made the Brit relatives very happy by having mint jelly for them, but what else can I do with it? We don’t eat a ton of meat but I would guess it would go well with things like ham or pork chops.

Any other suggestions? It’s not a big jar but I don’t want it to go to waste!

Sent by Anne (in Reno)

Editor: Anne, yes, this would go well with meat like pork chops, lamb chops, or London broil. You can also toss a little with buttery green beans, or fresh peas!

Readers, how do you use mint jelly?