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    Default Marmalades

    Winter is the time for citrus fruits and citrus fruits make marmalade!!!

    Anyone have any secret recipes?


    Small Batch Blood Orange Marmalade - Food in Jars | Food in Jars

    Strawberry Lemon Marmalade
    1 qt frozen strawberries, in sugar
    4 medium lemons, chopped
    3 c. sugar
    about 3 c. water
    1) Wash your lemons. Slice them as thinly as possible, then chop them into pieces. Put them into your jam pot, cover with water, bring to a boil, and simmer 5 minutes. Turn off the heat and let the pan cool. Put a lid on the pan and walk away. Meanwhile, take your berries out of the freezer.
    2) The next day, mash the berries and their juices (I use a potato masher). Toss them into the pot along with the sugar. Bring to a boil. Boil it until you’re just at the gelling point. Be careful: there at the end, it gets quite thick rather quickly, and my last jar is a bit thicker than I might like. There’s lots of pectin in the pith.
    3) Meanwhile, sterilize 4 or 5 half-pint jars and bring your water bath to a boil. Heat new lids. Transfer the hot jam to the hot jars and adjust the two-piece
    ETA: Process in boiling water bath for ten minutes.
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    Default Re: Marmalades

    This one thing I haven't tried yet. I don't think I've ever eaten any either. Is it similar to jam?

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    Default Re: Marmalades

    Marmalade is a jam with the citrus peel in it. It's got a slight bitterness because of it.
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    Default Re: Marmalades

    I made some last summer, but I did a bit of winging it on the recipe. What's new?
    One was just whatever citrus I had on hand thrown together and another had blueberry in it. The orange blueberry came out nice. I found the recipe on the Cooking Channel site. I used mandarins I got on markdown for it. Orange-Blueberry Marmalade
    I wanted some basic citrus, because ever so often I've got a recipe that calls for it. The ones I made were just using whatever I had on hand.
    Haven't had the best results with store bought orange marmalade. Bought it a couple times and warned DH about the jars, but the bottom fell out of the sack both times and it broke on the driveway. When I finally got one home, DH set the sack aside and when I found it a week later, the bottom fell out of the sack and it broke on the kitchen floor. Figured if I canned some last summer, at least it would already be in the house, in boxes with less chance of falling!

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    Default Re: Marmalades

    That strawberry lemon marmalade sounds fabulous. But I would love a good recipe for regular orange marmalade. It is my favorite on English Muffins with tea for breakfast.
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    Canning Recipes - Ball® Canning and Preserving Recipes

    That's the Ball basic marmalade recipe. It uses liquid pectin, not powdered.
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    Default Re: Marmalades

    I may actually attempt some marmalade this week. Aldi has oranges on sale for $1.99 for a 4 lb bag.
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    Default Re: Marmalades

    Quote Originally Posted by queenofthehivemomof5 View Post
    That strawberry lemon marmalade sounds fabulous. But I would love a good recipe for regular orange marmalade. It is my favorite on English Muffins with tea for breakfast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugweena View Post
    ooh, me, too!
    Post #6 has a basic marmalade recipe.
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