A delicious recipe for Chilean green chili jam, tasty and slightly spicy, perfect to pair with cheeses and/or toast as an appetizer, or to accompany baked or grilled meat dishes.

Rosehip jam is a traditional preparation in southern Chile, with a delicate and refined flavor that works well as an accompaniment or ingredient in both sweet and savory dishes, whether it’s cookies, homemade bread, desserts, or cake fillings.

The consumption of chili is a common practice in rural communities, and with this recipe, the aim is to balance the spiciness to allow it to be consumed by a greater number of people.

A quick and easy recipe forchimichurri, a typical dressing in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Mexico, usually spicy and used to accompany barbecues, skewers, choripanes, or to marinate poultry or fish.

Quince jam, known as “dulce de membrillo” in Spanish, is a preparation originally from Spain and Portugal that has become widely popular in Latin American cuisine over the last few decades.