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Posted: Saturday 21 January, 2006

by Rosemary at 8:10pm in Recipes 1 comment Add your own

I've never made marmalade, but apparently if you're going to do it, this is the time of year, with Seville oranges in the shops.

I'm going to give it a go. "Country LIving" magazine (Feb 2006) has a recipe for Seville orange marmalade, but even better, it has recipes for using marmalade - Paradise Slice; Duck breast with marmalade sauce; marmalade polenta cake; steamed marmalade and cointreau pudding with caramel sauce. Yummy.

Alternatively, serve with toast!

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Christine

Monday 23 January, 2006 at 11:15pm

Marmalade was one of the first things I made on my way to self-sufficiency! A friend gave me a whole bunch of oranges and lemons, too many for me to eat. I called my dad (an excellent cook/chef) and asked him to give me his recipe! It was really simple! The hardest part was slicing the rinds into slim slivers (no food processor in my home!). The final product was delicious!

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