This tomato jam recipe is really a homemade version of ketchup (or catsup).
It is a nice combination of sweet and tart with a bit of spice from the cinnamon and cloves.
You can use this jam on so many things - on hamburgers or hot dogs, in sandwiches.
Pour into sterilized jars.
Makes 3 small jars.
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Did You Know?...
Try this recipe on grilled steak.
It is a great all round summer condiment.
The original recipe just calls for the mixture to be poured into sterilized jars, but todays health regulations would suggest you process the jars in a boiling water bath.
What that means is that you need one of those granite ware canners with the metal inserts so the jars don't move around and break during cooking.
Place the jars in the canner, making sure they are covered in water. Bring the water to a boil and boil for about 20 minutes. Remove jars to cool.
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