Seville whole orange marmalade from Forgotten Skills of Cooking: The Time-Honored Ways Are the Best: Over 700 Recipes Show You Why by Darina Allen

  • sugar
  • Seville oranges

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  • Melanie on August 23, 2014

    I made a half batch of this marmalade, reducing the sugar as I used sweet oranges. This recipe worked really well and was very straight forward - boil oranges, cut and return to pot and then reduce before adding warmed sugar. I ended up warming the sugar up in the microwave - as I was using a reduced quantity it seemed like the easiest approach. I didn't have any muslin and simply left the pips in while boiling, they ended up breaking up so were okay for eating at home. The ginger marmalade variation sounds interesting, might try next time.

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