Recipe Orange marmalade of of 16-02-2014 [Updated on 06-03-2017]
Orange marmalade is my favorite as long as it has peel inside and isn't overly sweet. After getting some organic oranges, essential for this preparation, I prepared the jam as my mother made it when I was little with the oranges from the garden that once was behind my house, as much as you remember of those years. The recipe for making the orange marmalade is simple but the preparation is long and boring so do it in company by doing 4 small talk you will not snort like I did all the time ... damn seeds;) Today here is still alone, yesterday we took elisa on rides near the sea and then in the afternoon we went to the cinema for the first time to see khumba, an animated film set in south africa, she was very good and had a lot of fun today I would like to take advantage of the good weather again to have a picnic so I have to leave you and go get ready. I wish you a happy Sunday and leave you a kiss; *
- Ingredients for 2 jars:
How to make orange marmalade
Peel the oranges, keeping aside about 80 grams of peel, but be careful to remove the bitter white part
Peel the oranges and lemon alive
Remove the strands and seeds, and place in a bowl
Put the oranges and lemon in a thick-bottomed saucepan with the sugar
Cook over low heat, stirring with a wooden spoon
Bring the jam to a boil
Separately, boil the orange peel in a saucepan with water for 5 minutes
Drain the peels and add them to the jam while cooking, stir and continue to cook for about 15 minutes
With the hand blender, blend the jam to make it smoother.
When the orange marmalade has thickened sufficiently, turn off the heat, but do the saucer test to be sure
Pour the boiling jam into the previously sterilized jars, close with the lid and turn them over immediately.
Leave the jar upside down until completely cooled
Store your orange marmalade in the pantry.