( Please see the sections on "Hints" and Conversion Tables
Marmalades are jams which
always include a citrus fruit and usually have rind suspended in the mixture. Citrus
fruits are rich in pectin, so there is rarely any trouble getting these jams to set.
|1 large orange
||6-8 med apples
|2½ tbsp lemon juice
||2 cups water
|5 cups sugar
In a large stainless
steel saucepan place the orange, quartered and thinly sliced, and the apples,
quartered and cut into chunks ( 3 per quarter ). Add all the remaining
ingredients, except the sugar, and cook until the apples are just soft.
Add the sugar, and stir
constantly, on a low heat until all the sugar is dissolved. Bring to the boil
and boil for 15 minutes or until the temperature reaches 220º F.
Ladle into hot, pre
sterilized jars, wipe the rims clean, place lids on and screw bands, and process
in a hot water bath for 15 minutes.
This recipe was kindly sent
to me by Twila at
Twila is an expert under the name of "frankbushi"
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