Orange Ginger Marmalade

sweet and spicy winter marmalade
Sweet and spicy winter marmalade
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Ingredients

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2.2 lbs Oranges 1 kg Seville orange, or your preferred oranges
Juice of 1/2 Lemon
1 ½ tbsp Fresh ginger finely chopped
5 cups Granulated sugar
4 cups Water

Nutritional information

1610
Calories
0.4g
Fat
427.9g
Carbohydrate
2.4g
Protein
0mg
Cholesterol
13mg
Sodium
350ml
Serving size
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Ingredients

Orange Ginger Marmalade

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This Orange Ginger Marmalade is a great combination of sweet and juicy oranges with warm and spicy ginger. I use the seeds and pith (the white membrane between the orange fruit and the peel) as a natural form of pectin which helps jam and marmalade to set.

To make this, I start by juicing the oranges. I then remove the pith and make a muslin package along with the seeds. I bring orange peel, orange juice and lemon juice to a boil with ginger in a large pan. Then I add the sugar and once it is ready, I place the marmalade in jars ready to use on toasted crumpets!

To make Orange Ginger Marmalade, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Orange Ginger Marmalade

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Steps to make Orange Ginger Marmalade

1
Done
5

Sterilize jars and place a saucer in the freezer

Run five jars through the dishwasher to sterilize them and then place them in a low oven until dry. Place a saucer in the freezer.

2
Done
5

Squeeze oranges

Halve the oranges and squeeze the juice from them into a large saucepan. Save the pips for later.

3
Done
1

Cut out the white pith

Slice each orange half in half again so that you have quarters. Using a metal spoon, scrape the pith from the peel and save this for later too. Using a square of muslin cloth, make a package for the seeds and pith by tying it into a bundle with string.

4
Done
30

Bring orange peel, juices and ginger to a boil

Slice the orange peels into fine shreds and place it in the pan with the orange juice, lemon juice, chopped ginger and the bundle of pith and pips. Add water. Bring the mixture to the boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for 30 minutes.

5
Done
1

Remove muslin

Remove the muslin bag from the pot carefully and squeeze the liquid back into the pan.

6
Done
1h

Add sugar and bring to a boil

Add all of the sugar to the orange and ginger mixture and stir until the sugar dissolves. Bring to a boil and then reduce the heat to a rapid simmer. Skim any foam which appears on the top. Cook on medium heat until mixture thickens.

7
Done
1

Check if it sets

Remove the saucer from the freezer and place a spoonful of marmalade on it.

8
Done
10

Place the marmalade in jars

Remove the pan from the heat and leave the marmalade rest for 10 minutes. Transfer to the sterilized jars with a spoon or ladle. Wipe the rim of each jar and place the lids on tight.

9
Done

Serve and store

Store in a cool dry cupboard. Once opened, store in the refrigerator.

Make a batch of this sweet and warming Orange Ginger Marmalade soon and come back soon to leave a review with your thoughts!

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I love it! Thanks for sharing recipe!

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