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Orange Marmalade


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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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  • Beautiful recipe. Perfect every time. My dear old...

    Submitted by Lee-Lee on 4. November 2019 - 20:31.

    Beautiful recipe. Perfect every time. My dear old Nannie loves it and requests it for Christmas and her birthday gifts 🥰

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  • Thankyou for the recipe. Nice,easy and quick to...

    Submitted by Corah on 25. June 2019 - 09:21.

    Thankyou for the recipe. Nice,easy and quick to make. Made 6 little jars.
    was given some tart oranges & the quantity of sugar was just right. I used Jam setting sugar and this made it set perfectly. Did cut some of the big pieces of peel before putting into jars.
    Has a nice balance of tartness & sweetness. It reminds me of my grandmother as she loved a good tart marmalade so a trip down memory lane with each monthfull
    again Thankyou.

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  • Lozjoyter: Thank you very much.

    Submitted by LaMome64 on 2. March 2019 - 04:42.

    Lozjoyter: Thank you very much.

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  • LaMome64: I usually weigh the oranges after...

    Submitted by Lozjoyter on 1. March 2019 - 21:39.

    LaMome64: I usually weigh the oranges after they've been peeled and pipped.

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  • Newbie here ! Am I correct in thinking that the...

    Submitted by LaMome64 on 1. March 2019 - 21:31.

    Newbie here ! Am I correct in thinking that the actual 600g of oranges is the weight of them quartered, pipped and with some of the skin removed if needed that you put in the machine ?

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  • fabulous recipe and i did add 100 grams of brandy...

    Submitted by vintage65 on 24. August 2018 - 07:18.

    fabulous recipe and i did add 100 grams of brandy instead of the water and as the oranges were so juicy and sweet i reduced the sugar to 300gms - it really does depend on the oranges - i have also chopped up ginger and added during the last 10mins of cooking - it does not last long in this house and everyone that has been gifted a jar loves it

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  • Pretty easy. I think flavour will def depend on...

    Submitted by Nomeedee on 1. July 2018 - 13:27.

    Pretty easy. I think flavour will def depend on the oranges used (mine were a tad bitter so quite a tart marmalade).

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  • Sometimes I take onboard the comments and adjust...

    Submitted by JayDee_DeeJay on 2. June 2018 - 15:02.

    Sometimes I take onboard the comments and adjust as I think for my taste. Less sugar has resulted in a slightly more runny result but with awesome flavour. In the fridge overnight, for my toast in the morning, will hopefully see a great result. However, if not thick enough, I don’t care because the taste is what it’s all about. Easy to follow and so quick and easy ☺️ Thank you for the recipe.

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  • I've just made this recipe for the first time and...

    Submitted by Lozjoyter on 25. April 2018 - 10:43.

    I've just made this recipe for the first time and it’s lovely. I removed all the pith and seeds and finely sliced the rind by hand. I reduced the sugar to 400g, which was sweet enough for us, and also cooked it for an extra 20 minutes. Thanks for sharing another very simple and delicious recipe Angela. Smile

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  • Just made a batch of this marmalade...

    Submitted by miasmum2000 on 30. December 2017 - 17:09.

    Just made a batch of this marmalade recipe....don't usually like marmalade but it is sooo delicious. I cut the sugar to about half and extended the 'blitzing' time to 15 seconds at speed 5 and it is perfecto! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  • Made this for my grandmother. Didn’t have a...

    Submitted by _steph86_ on 26. November 2017 - 12:38.

    Made this for my grandmother. Didn’t have a lemon, so used half a yellow grapefruit including the skin. Also reduced the sugar to 250g as Grandmama is not a sweet tooth. Grandmama is VERY happy. Thank you for sharing!!

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  • Has anyone made an orange marmalade with ginger?

    Submitted by aroma-minx-mixer on 21. November 2017 - 11:02.

    Has anyone made an orange marmalade with ginger?

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  • I Just made this, but I cooked it for a extra 10...

    Submitted by Fiona69 on 29. September 2017 - 13:47.

    I Just made this, but I cooked it for a extra 10 minutes on veroma. I love the taste. Made the kitchen smell so good.

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  • This recipe was good however it didn't set very...

    Submitted by KerryNick on 9. September 2017 - 15:00.

    This recipe was good however it didn't set very well. I had to cook it for longer than the time given and added a little extra sugar to thicken it. Also tastes very tart, i would greatly reduce the amount of rind.

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  • I used tangelos to make this marmalade and it was...

    Submitted by mylittlewhitekitchen on 21. July 2017 - 12:15.

    I used tangelos to make this marmalade and it was divine. Making more as we speak.

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  • I have a lemon tree and an orange tree, so this...

    Submitted by Pauline72 on 8. July 2017 - 17:36.

    I have a lemon tree and an orange tree, so this was a great way to use up my excess produce. So easy and delicious. Smile I was a bit worried when it was still runny an hour after I put it in the jars, but when I woke up this morning it had set firm. Love the colour and the taste. I recommend removing the mc and covering it with the simmering basket to avoid splattering.

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  • Fabulous! Easy and yummy! I added less sugar as I...

    Submitted by Pinkjo on 6. July 2017 - 19:50.

    Fabulous! Easy and yummy! I added less sugar as I don't have a sweet tooth! Thank you!

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  • I made the marmalade using this recipe but...

    Submitted by sunita8858 on 1. July 2017 - 12:13.

    I made the marmalade using this recipe but removed rind (sliced separately) and removed all white pith and seeds, which gives me a gorgeous translucent marmalade.

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  • I used mandarins as I didnt have oranges With the...

    Submitted by cookingdetails on 1. June 2017 - 18:42.

    I used mandarins as I didn't have oranges. With the sugar I used 250g jam setting sugar and 250 g of normal sugar. For some reason the mix was very runny. I had to cook for another 25 mins to get it to the point that it was thick enough to set. Having said that, it tastes great on toast.

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  • sabri_nax wrote:...

    Submitted by Susanne-Lina on 14. December 2016 - 23:16.

    sabri_nax wrote:

    Hi Susanne,

    Did you also add the 200g of water? Thanks Big Smile





    Yes, I did. Sorry for my late answer. I have not been on TM for some time, makeing O-Marmalde today.Smile

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  • Thankyou so much for this

    Submitted by Hevbrad on 17. November 2016 - 14:53.

    Thankyou so much for this quick and so easy recipe, it turned out perfect and I just love it on toast tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Angela you are a genius -

    Submitted by Sunshine51 on 14. May 2016 - 11:59.

    Angela you are a genius - this is my first attempt at making marmalade and you made it so easy. I had to chop for extra time and marmalade turned cloudy BUT tastes delicious. Will be making more. Love

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  • My TM did not chop all the

    Submitted by realcooking on 13. February 2016 - 13:40.

    My TM did not chop all the oranges in 5 sec, allow more time or faster chop speed

    Still 1/4 pieces of oranges after recommended chop from this recipe (not tested ) above

    I suggest 15 sec at speed 5  for nice size rind pieces

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  • Hi Susanne,  Did you also add

    Submitted by sabri_nax on 4. February 2016 - 20:23.

    Hi Susanne, 

    Did you also add the 200g of water? Thanks  Big Smile

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  • Very new to using my thermie.

    Submitted by thebilstons on 5. October 2015 - 17:26.

    Very new to using my thermie. Loved how easy it was. Tasted it once cooled. I was a bit worried it would be too sweet, but it's lovely, really yummy. My husband will enjoy it, thank you!

    LouiseB

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  • Lovely fresh taste. Not

    Submitted by jappaj93 on 3. September 2015 - 15:00.

    Lovely fresh taste. Not sickly sweet like some. Will use this again. Quick cooking time. Especially like the smaller batch size for those last few oranges in the bowl.

    jappaj93

    jappaj93

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  • I made 2 batches of this

    Submitted by SnipSnap on 29. July 2015 - 13:33.

    I made 2 batches of this today, both turned out fine.  Used exact ingredients and measurments  with navel oranges which are in season now in Australia.  Not a true marmalade as it is not clear but who cares a beautfiful flavour. Makes 3 medium jars.   Thank you for this recipe.

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  • Talk about easy the family

    Submitted by ENJOMum on 20. July 2015 - 11:05.

    Talk about easy the family just love it Cooking 10

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  • I did 1kg of oranges and 2

    Submitted by singingsoul on 1. July 2015 - 17:57.

    I did 1kg of oranges and 2 lemons. 500g of sugar. I extended the final cooking stage for 15mins and checked the jam setting. Perfect with the extra time. Nice and tart!!! LOVE IT!! tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • I had a few oranges lying

    Submitted by ncawood on 27. June 2015 - 16:37.

    I had a few oranges lying around in the fruit basket that no one was eating.. Made this today, and have bottled them. Found it very easy to make. I will have to check tomorrow if it has set, but it tastes just how I like marmelade, a bit tart, and less sweet. I put 430g sugar in.. thanks Ang

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  • The kitchen smells great. 1kg

    Submitted by Susanne-Lina on 19. June 2015 - 22:24.

    The kitchen smells great. 1kg oranges (including 2 lemons) and 420g sugar. tmrc_emoticons.)

    Do you know how long it would last for?

    Cheers Susanne

     

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  • This was great. I halved the

    Submitted by Jackieattard on 26. December 2014 - 16:49.

    This was great. I halved the amount of sugar (just because I'm trying to cut down) and it was quite tart which I really liked. It was so easy especially as you don't have to peel the oranges. Love it! 

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  • Hi, Made this is my first and

    Submitted by kaymt on 11. December 2014 - 12:30.

    Hi,

    Made this is my first and brand new Thermomix TM5 "Herman" and it is really yummy and a gorgeous colour.

    Cheers from Kay

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  • 4yo loves it! I think it's a

    Submitted by Stepha on 2. December 2014 - 17:12.

    4yo loves it! I think it's a bit sweet so might cut some of the sugar down next time tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Worked perfectly - I did the

    Submitted by lisaf238 on 25. October 2014 - 13:28.

    Worked perfectly - I did the 20 min cook with the MC off, strainer basket on lid instead, then a 5 second blitz at the end on speed 3.5 and it has thickened up beautifully.  Thank you for a great recipe.

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  • Can't wait to try Thermomix

    Submitted by Lucky Lynda on 8. September 2014 - 19:26.

    Can't wait to try Thermomix Marmalade recipe. I have made batches of Marmalade the traditional way and were all failures. So here's hoping trusty Thermomix can pull it together for me.

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  • Very easy and tastes great. I

    Submitted by Aquajade on 31. August 2014 - 15:45.

    Very easy and tastes great.

    I peeled off the orange skin with a fruit peeler, and removed the white pith of the oranges and lemon. I then sliced the the orange peel into strips and added in to the mixture when boiling. Turned out great!

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  • Just made this - so easy and

    Submitted by janecooking on 17. March 2014 - 04:33.

    Just made this - so easy and so tasty. Really tangy with just the right amount of sweetness. I used seville oranges, which are the traditional oranges for marmalade in the UK, and it set fine.

    Chopped the ornages/lemon for around 10 secs initially to get the peel finer.

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  • Just made this a couple of

    Submitted by Therminator2013 on 11. January 2014 - 19:20.

    Just made this a couple of days ago and delicious!!!! It is cloudy though but I dont mind tmrc_emoticons.-) Could be because I reallly blitzed the oranges more than the recipe said because I didnt want it so chunky. It didnt set first time, so I had to put it back in the thermie the next day with about 20g of jam setta and 5-10 minutes on 100c speed 2 and it worked a treat. Will definately use again thanks!

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  • I had an epic fail with this.

    Submitted by chuffy on 11. December 2013 - 19:13.

    I had an epic fail with this. And it's for my Christmas gifts! It was REALLY runny so I cooked it for longer. Still runny. I added more lemon juice (and pips for pectin) and some more sugar. Cooked for another 20mins with MC off. Still runny. Added more sugar then cooked longer and it 'burnt' and is now a bitter sweet orange spread. Really disappointed and not sure why it didn't work!  tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • Very easy to make. I've been

    Submitted by Hillocks on 30. September 2013 - 17:35.

    tmrc_emoticons.) Very easy to make. I've been using blood oranges & a lemon. I don't like marmalade, though hubby loves this. Be sure to leave the mc out when cooking and it is thicker. Thank you. 

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  • Really easy, but hasn't set

    Submitted by LynneB on 22. July 2013 - 19:56.

    Really easy, but hasn't set enough and is cloudy. Tastes wonderful, but what do I do to make it set a bit more?

     

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  • How long does it last for?

    Submitted by The Naked Mummy on 8. July 2013 - 19:23.

    How long does it last for?

     


     


     

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  • Amazing and REALLY easy!

    Submitted by lyndtuc on 17. March 2013 - 12:00.

    Amazing and REALLY easy! Smells devine as well while cooking!! About to put some on some fresh made scones!  Love Cooking 7

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