#SundaySupper Pineapple Mango Moscato Jam

Pineapple Mango Moscato jam is a sweet jam for saving summer for #sundaysupper. A recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen.

Can you believe we are almost half way through August? My Dad’s birthday is August 12 and my youngest sister’s birthday is September 1 and they coming up so quickly. Summer is almost over! I know this crazy weather here in Cleveland kept it a mild summer, but wow I think it also made summer go by very quickly too.

This just my opinion it went by a little too quick. I usually do so much more in the summer and I didnt do hardly anything. Like I only made 1 rummage sale, usually I do several. I also know part that issue is work, health care, we always short what can I say? But this summer I think this the worse with short handedness in 17 years of doing phlebotomy. I never had to work every weekend like this before, we been doing this since March. Relief is in sight! I was told starting September we should be down to working only 1 Saturday a month. Just in time for fall! Good because I love going to the orchards to pick apples, I missed out on cherry and strawberry picking because of work, so I am doing a happy dance with this news.

But summer still coming to end, and way too quickly. So this week Sunday Supper is all about saving summer. This when your gardens have come in and all the veggies and fruits you labored are ready for your your enjoyment. The season of canning now begins! That how you can save some those sweet crops you grown.

However, if your like me who lives in an apartment, not easy to have a garden, but I have done a patio container tomato plant. Actually, I think nothing better the a nice summer sandwich of tomato, mayo, and bread. A little salt on it maybe. Mmmm, that is a good summer sandwich. So why I do grow tomatoes on my balcony in the summer.

Anyway, you can save summer and that is what this week is all about, saving summer. When I think of canning, I think of jams. I never really canned before, but I been wanting to. I gone to the Farmer’s market, picked up some fresh fruit there, make some jams so I can give them away at Christmas in gift baskets. I got this very old church cook book had these recipes in it, one stood out. A pineapple mango rum jam, that screamed “PICK ME”

Yes, the farmer’s market had pineapples, I know this Cleveland, they do not grow pineapples here. I don’t question it, the “farmer” had them, so I bought some. Instead of rum, which I do not have. I decided to play it up with my favorite wine, moscato. I tell you what, the flavor is so good, on toast and ICE CREAM!


#SundaySupper Pineapple Mango Moscato Jam
Pineapple Mango Moscato jam is a sweet jam for saving summer for #sundaysupper. A recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen.
Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Condiment
  • 1 pineapple, about 3 cups (chopped)
  • 1 mango, peeled and chopped
  • 1 lemon, juice and zest of, grated
  • 3 cups sugar
  • 2½ cups moscato wine
  1. Mix together the chopped pineapple, mango the grated lemon peel, the lemon juice, and the wine and let set overnight.
  2. The next day put pot on a medium flame and bring to a mild boil. Add the sugar and bring back to a boil.
  3. Continue to boil for about an hour. Use a potato masher to break-up the larger pineapple and mango pieces.
  4. Ladle into jars, seal and water bath process for 10-mins. Invert the jars to cool for an hour, then upright them. Then ENJOY!


So are you ready for some other Saving Summer recipes? Well lets go check them out this week from the Sunday Supper lineup:

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Sip sunny cocktails and smoothies

Scoop up special salsas and sauces

Jump into jellies, jams and preserves

Pucker up for pickles

Slurp and spoon soup and a side dish

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Hi i am Deanna Samaan, “Seduction in the Kitchen” started because I realized everyone has a love affair with food. I love cooking in free time when I am not cooking or baking, I am living life to the fullest by traveling, enjoying the arts, and connecting with people.

47 thoughts on “#SundaySupper Pineapple Mango Moscato Jam

  1. Laura Dembowski

    Summer definitely went too fast! I hope things slow down at work for you so you can enjoy fall more. This jam looks like such a special treat!

  2. The Ninja Baker

    Oh my goodness, Deanna! Your tropical wonder jam will save summer for sure! Whether it’s a mild one or a hot one…I’m not picky =)

    P.s. You can also take pride in the fact that this Ninja Baker is now craving a tomato and (Japanese) mayo sandwich on white bread!

  3. teena

    Deanna jam really looks prefect … beautifully made I have announced some event on independence day as it was my first event, seriously i need some encouragement and motivation from you people… glad if you join my event.. Celebration of Freedom.. happy independence day :)

  4. dwellinghappy

    This sounds SO GOOD! I never would have thought to put moscato in jam!! I’ve only canned a few times, but this looks like it’s totally worth it! Thanks for sharing the recipe! Visiting from Weekend Wind Down :)

  5. DearCreatives

    Thanks for sharing your recipe @DearCreatives I’ve pinned it to my canning board. Hope to see you again this week. Theresa

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