Add all ingredients to a small sauce pot set over medium heat.
Cook until the mixture has reduced and flavors have melded, about 30min. Transfer to jars and cool.
The term “huckleberry” can refer to a few different species of berries, which will vary slightly in flavor. Generally speaking, they’re a lot like blueberries, but with a little less of the sweet-floral flavors. We like huckleberries because they offer a wide range of culinary applications, easily becoming sweet, sour, or savory in different dishes.
We really like the addition of juniper and sweet fern in this jam – but they’re totally optional. Feel free to play with the spices and herbs used here. We think wild mint, beach rose, or birch would be great pairings – but you can just as easily stick to the berries, salt, sugar, and pepper and still get a great jam!
Try it on our wild seed pancake recipe or our mushroom cornbread recipe.
Right here! Our marketplace has all sorts of wild foods, including huckleberries.