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Cheater Marmalade is a Success
Joined: Dec 14, 2005
Posted to Thread #29480 at 4:19 pm on Mar 15, 2017
The whole project took 1hour and 15 minutes, including cleaning jars in the dishwasher and then keeping them hot in the oven. As promised by the information on the can I now have 6 lbs of marmalade.
I did a taste test of the homemade marmalade and a commercial jar of Robertson's and there was no appreciative difference.
If you can find cans of Harley's Ma Made Marmalade Mix do give it a go.
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