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Clone of Orange MI also used a lemon lime version of this marmalade with a total of 1 kg of fruits and it was amazing


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Ingredients

2 jar(s)

Marmalade

  • 600 g Oranges (include 1 lemon), - the lemon helps it to set
  • 200 g water
  • 500 g sugar
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Use a knife to quarter the oranges (and lemon) and take out the pips.  Peel off some of the rind if you prefer less in your marmalade.  Weigh the fruit in the TM and chop for 5 secs on speed 5.

  2. Add the water and cook for 10 mins at 100 degrees on speed 2.

  3. Weigh in the sugar and cook again for 20 mins at 100 degrees on speed 2.

  4. Pour into sterilised jars.

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Tip

Great on toast in the morning .....

Cost - less than $1 per jar !!!


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  • I tried this with 1 orange 2

    Submitted by Jessie-Maree on 15. July 2015 - 08:04.

    I tried this with 1 orange 2 lemon 6 limes.  Also cooked for 1 hour like another recipe i've done - came out perfect setting stage.   I'm not a marmalade fan but do like the Roses brand lime marmalade but havn't had success on copying the recipe.  My husband likes marmalade and i think this one passed the test! tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • Was far too watery after the

    Submitted by Donnajames on 15. September 2014 - 16:50.

    Was far too watery after the cooking time.  I ended up cooking for 20 mins more on Veroma 100, sp1.5, then it worked. It is too sweet for a marmalade I would suggest lowering the sugar, given that,  it tastes Devine and is more like a citrus jam.  I would also chop the fruit for longer in the beginning because it was still too chunky so I blended it for 5 seconds on speed 6 at the end.  It really does taste delicious, I will make it again. Just with those changes. 

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