Ground Chicken Sliders with Warm Brie and Olive Marmalade will definitely make this year’s game day score a touchdown.
If there is one food I’ve loved since childhood, it’s olives. It doesn’t matter black or green, California Ripe Olives are the perfect snack food, recipe ingredient, condiment or garnish. They can be dressed up for an elegant meal or served casually in a hearty lunch or appetizer.
So, when I started planning my game day menu, olives had to be included. I decided to create something a little different this year. A recipe so delicious it would make this year’s big game memorable.
Enter my Ground Chicken Sliders with Warm Brie and Olive Marmalade.
I adore the salty, briny yet fruity flavor of California Ripe Olives, which make for the tastiest sweet and salty recipes like an olive marmalade.
Fun fact! Did you know the sunny state of California produces more than 95% of the olives grown in the United States? The very first olive trees were planted by Spanish missionaries in the 19th century. In order to preserve olives for long term storage and shipment, a well-known food pioneer, Freda Ehmann, created the olive curing method that is still used today by the state’s two family-owned processing plants.
California Ripe Olives come from 700 family owned and operated olive farms. Many of these farms have been growing California Ripe Olives for generations. Each olive is treated with the highest level of care from planting to harvest by some of the finest stewards of the land. I’m a huge advocate for our local family farms and I couldn’t be more-proud to share California Ripe Olives with you.
Ground Chicken Sliders with Warm Brie and Olive Marmalade will definitely make this year’s game day score a touchdown. The ground chicken sliders are simply seasoned and use a mild but tangy brie to allow the full-bodied flavor of the marmalade shine.
I think you’ll love this recipe so much you’ll want to make an extra batch of the olive marmalade to keep on hand for a last-minute appetizer or late-night snack. I also like to serve the olive marmalade a la carte with cheese, crackers and fruit. Or, just a spoonful from the jar.
Delicious Wishes and Loads of Love,
*This is an ad sponsored by California Ripe Olives, all opinions are my own