How do you use apple jelly?

Chef's answer
Apple Jelly is a versatile preserve that's simple to make and perfect for using up a glut of apples. A delicious alternative to jam as a spread on bread or a filling for cakes. Apple Jelly is also lovely served with savoury foods such as roast chicken, cooked ham, or cheese.
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Our turkey bacon is not fully cooked and should be cooked thoroughly before consuming.23 Oct 2020
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