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|Lana in FL||
I know! Too funny!
Joined: Oct 9, 2007
Posted to Thread #29480 at 3:35 am on Mar 15, 2017
Once I decided to use a thermometer for marmalade, went online and looked up the temp, and found a site saying 217 F was the correct temp. And I ended up like you, with marmalade dripping everywhere, and developing a deep distrust of thermometers until I read the site again, and found buried in the text the comment that the author much preferred runny marmalade!
Other messages in this thread:
- 29480. Cheater Marmalade - Sylvia - 4:44pm on 03/13/17 (15)
- I see they have Seville oranges referred to as a marmalade mix? Does this included the orange peel? [NT] - KarenNoCA - 5:42pm on 03/13/17
- Karen, the can contains concentrated Seville oranges and peel. [NT] - Sylvia - 6:24pm on 03/13/17
- Please do. I tried marmalade this weekend and it was a tasteful but failed mess...unless - MarilynFL - 5:49pm on 03/13/17
- I think there is one mantra about making jam and jelly--you can't double the - Charley - 8:02pm on 03/13/17
- I'm gonna try boiling the contents of one jar to a higher temperature. [NT] - MarilynFL - 12:42pm on 03/14/17
- --And the more wide the pan, the quicker your jelly/jam will come to jell point/jell temp. . . - mistral - 7:47pm on 03/14/17
- well, THAT wasn't a good idea. Besides managing to get sticky sugary syrup EVERYWHERE: floor, carpet - MarilynFL - 4:51pm on 03/18/17
- Great article on setting points for marmalade. [LINK] - Lana in FL - 12:57am on 03/14/17
- That sounds good. I have used ginger marmalade (purchased, but now I'm - Charley - 10:22am on 03/14/17
- Lana, your link is PERFECT! Here's my version described to a tee: - MarilynFL - 12:39pm on 03/14/17
- I know! Too funny! - Lana in FL - 3:35am on 03/15/17
- I love a food project! Looking forward to your results! Love how hubby tracked the cans down! [NT] - barb_b - 1:35am on 03/15/17
- Cheater Marmalade is a Success - Sylvia - 4:19pm on 03/15/17
- Sylvia, in my research, I found several British recipes that heated the muscovado sugar - MarilynFL - 2:41pm on 03/16/17
- Marilyn, I just used ordinary white sugar and dumped it into the pot along with the hot water - Sylvia - 6:04pm on 03/16/17