Homemade Orange Marmalade Old Fashioned Recipe – Homesteading – Canning
This Homemade Orange Marmalade Old Fashioned Recipe is designed to help homesteading readers know how to avoid the part of the orange that could cause the bitterness.
There is a special trick to making orange marmalade that makes it a little trickier than your typical fruit preserve.
Unlike jams which you just throw all of the ingredients together in big pot and let it cook, however, marmalade you must take care not to include part of the orange that will lead to bitter tasting marmalade if not removed.
In hopes to help homesteading readers, by pointing out the frequently overlooked step that can simply ruin a batch of freshly made orange marmalade. The author details the step necessary to avoid the problem and explains why the step is included.
Ladle hot marmalade into hot jars leaving 1/4 inch headspace. Wipe rim. Center lid on jar. Apply band until fit is fingertip tight.
Process jars in a boiling water canner for 10 minutes. Remove jars and cool. Check lids for seal after 24 hours. Lid should not flex up and down when center is pressed.
All of the information is presented in a way that makes it really easy to follow.
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Making homemade fruit spreads are a great way to save money and provide great tasting treats to your family. Marmalade is one of the many types of fruit spreads that can easily be made in one’s kitchen. Using one of the many available recipes for making marmalade it usually calls for the mixture to be heated to a certain temperature.
This article is designed to explain what happens to your marmalade when heated to different temperatures.
This article was written and shared with everyone and was designed to be a helpful resource. The author is very experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to making marmalade and other types of fruit spread.
All of the information is presented in a way that makes it really easy to read and follow.
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