jamlike

jamlike

(ˈdʒæmˌlaɪk)
adj
similar to jam
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Bring to a simmer over high heat; then reduce heat and simmer, stirring often, until slightly jamlike, 5 to 6 minutes.
After an hour on the rolling boil, it should have a jamlike consistency, but still with a bit of texture.
Great songs such as The Jamlike rock of Away From Here and Not Enough to the more emotive We'll Live And Die In These Towns mean Enemy will soon be everyone's new best friend.
It displays a soft, cakey top (called "sweet Southern biscuit") and a jamlike blackberry mixture underneath.
Transforming raw onions into a savory; jamlike mixture is simple: cook them slowly in a little oil over low heat so they melt into a sweet golden-brown tangle.
59), a half-dozen long, puffy, crispy, cheese-filled dough tubes served with a jamlike, sweet and hot jalapeno dipping sauce.
Big, exuberant, jamlike fruit gives this wine a round, full body.
But the big question is, does this latest Marmalade actually carry marmalade, that jamlike preserve usually made with oranges or lemons that the British spread on their toast or crumpets at breakfast time?