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Loquat Marmalade


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Ingredients

5 jar(s)

  • 600 grams loquats or cumquats
  • 1 lemon, quartered
  • 600 grams white sugar, pulverised to make caster sugar
  • 220 grams filtered water
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Place loquats and lemon in TM and pulverise for 5 seconds on speed 6 (you can adjust this according to how chunky you like your marmalade).

    2. Add water and cook the fruit for 10 minutes at 100 degrees Speed 2

    3. Add the caster sugar and set TM for 20 mins at 100 degrees Speed 2.

    4. Pour into sterilised jars.

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Tip

Loquats have heaps of seeds. Rather than spending hours de-seeding them I simply cook the jam with them in. After cooking they float to the top and can be easily scooped out with a sterilised spoon. The seeds also help with the amount of pectin needed to set the marmalade.

 

Wash and rinse jars and place in a warm oven for ten minutes to sterilise. Pour hot jam into jars and seal immediately.

Jam sets well due to high pectin in the fruit.


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  • I spent tthe time removing the pips from my...

    Submitted by Sue45 on 12. October 2021 - 23:01.

    I spent tthe time removing the pips from my loquats before I read the recipe - so I whizzed up the flesh of the loquats and then added some of the pips back in afterwards. They did float to the surface, so were easy to pick out before they went into the marmalade. I am notorious for making sloppy marmalade, so I really hope this one sets...
    If it does work, I might try adding a small amount of something naughty, like rum...

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  • this receipe is alittle confusing? Im trying to...

    Submitted by Winuova on 1. November 2018 - 15:18.

    this receipe is alittle confusing? Im trying to make Loquat marmalade but there is no way to pulverise the loquat and boil it with the seed still in. The seed would be pulverised in with the fruit. I think this is a comquat reciepe not a loquat reciepe.

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  • Loquats seeds contain

    Submitted by hrross on 26. October 2016 - 10:02.

    Loquats seeds contain cyanogenic glycoside which can be poisonous if consumed in large quantities. The amount in the recipe should not be dangerous but there is no guarantee, so I would err on the side of caution and leave the seeds out.

    As an aside, if you turbo this and add less liquid it makes a good paste. I just adjusted it to be more like the Quince paste recipe in quantities.

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  • The loquat seed Is toxic. Do

    Submitted by Alliz on 16. September 2016 - 17:33.

    The loquat seed Is toxic. Do not use at all. Remove before cooking  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I think juliahatzi is right.

    Submitted by peckish on 8. May 2016 - 16:53.

    I think juliahatzi is right. This is cumquat recipe not a loquat recipe, they are completely different. Loquat is not even a citrus. That sounds like way too much sugar for loquats and no way would you use the loquat seeds.

    Please someone post a loquat recipe!!

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  • The initial blend blended the

    Submitted by Elliebird on 26. September 2015 - 08:11.

    The initial blend blended the pips up a lot, might do on reverse next time as I couldnt get them out. 

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  • You sure these are loquats

    Submitted by juliahatzi on 5. September 2015 - 17:44.

    You sure these are loquats and not cumquats tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • Good receipe, however I

    Submitted by Princessmix73 on 24. June 2015 - 09:45.

    Good receipe, however I changed it slightly. I sieved out the pulp and pips after the first cook. Was left with about half, only added equal castor sugar and a split vanilla bean pod and 2 tsp of vanilla paste. Is smooth and pipless! Yummo!

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