- 600 grams loquats or cumquats
- 1 lemon, quartered
- 600 grams white sugar, pulverised to make caster sugar
- 220 grams filtered water
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.
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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