Orange Lemon Marmalade – flavored with vanilla and cinnamon; can be easily cooked on your stove top in about 15 minutes.
Orange Lemon Marmalade can be easily cooked on your stove top in about 15 minutes. It is flavored with vanilla and cinnamon that go very well with all kinds of citrus.
The only work you need to do is to peel the fruit. When you peel oranges and lemons, remove all white parts because they are pretty bitter.
Please do not put orange and lemon rind in your jam unless you can get organically grown ones. Conventional agriculture uses horrible fungicides which penetrate citrus rind and cannot be removed.
Orange Lemon Marmalade is fantastic on croissants or toasts with a bit of butter. Accompanied with a cup of latte, it makes perfect continental breakfast.
- 8 oranges
- 2 lemons
- 750 g sugar
- 2 Tbsp vanilla extract
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 5 Tbsp pectin + 2 Tbsp sugar
Peel 6 oranges and 1 lemon. Remove white skin, chop fruit flesh into small pieces and put in a pot or a large saucepan.
Squeeze the juice from 2 oranges and 1 lemon and add to the pot together with chopped fruit.
Add sugar and vanilla and mix well. Bring to boil, lower the heat and cook over medium heat for about 10 minutes, stirring.
Add cinnamon and cook for another 5 minutes, stirring.
In a small bowl, combine pectin with 2 Tbsp sugar and slowly add to the fruit mixture while stirring constantly. Cook for about 3 more minutes.
Fill clean jars with hot marmalade, seal and turn jars upside down. After 10 minutes turn them back and wait for them to cool.
This recipe was first published on: January 30, 2016
recipe source: homemadebyb.blogspot.hr
how much is 750g of sugar? Please convert
750 g sugar is 27 oz or 3 3/4 cup.
Isn’t the point of marmalade that it includes rind and has some level of bitterness? . This is jam or maybe conserve but certainly not marmalade. Or maybe this is what Americans call jelly?
You can use rind if you have organically grown lemons and oranges.
English is not my native language so, I’m sorry to say, I don’t understand subtle differences like the one between jam, conserve and marmalade. Hopefully some of other commenters will clear this for both of us. 🙂
This looks delicious… however, organic farmers spray pesticides and fungicides, notably copper sulfate, otherwise they wouldn’t have a crop. No matter where you get your oranges and lemons, scrub them well.
YUM! That looks like a perfect breakfast, what an inviting photograph! 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
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