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Mamade Marmalade thin cut 850g

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Brand : Robertson's / Country : Scotland / Reference: : 12347

Homecook fruit mix lovers can enjoy again their favorite recipe of marmalade !

This is a simple mix to make a delicious homecook taste marmelade!

In this mix, the thin Seville orange slices bring a unique taste and let our taste buds guide us through Seville. The authenticity of Spanish orange, sweat and acidulous at the same time, is in this way preserved in each jar of marmalade.

By adding only water and sugar to the mix, with a varying quantity according to tastes, 6 to 8 jar of marmalade can be made in only 30 minutes.

The brand is very popular in the UK. This is also the favourite snack of the famous Paddington Bear (icon of child literature).

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Net Weight0.85 kg

James Robertson and his wife together developed in the late 19th century, on the Scottish lands, a range of marmalades, fruit preparations and "mincemeat", very popular in the United Kingdom.

Mrs Robertson had a brilliant idea:  she offered marmalade tastings in the back room of the grocery store, she made with oranges too bitter to be sold. The couple had found a way to reduce the bitterness of their oranges while retaining the vitamins of the fruit...  Recognized for its natural sweet taste, Robertson's Marmalade has been the official supplier of the Royal family since 1933.

Ingredients : bitter Seville oranges (75%), water, acid (citric acid), gelling agent (pectin).

You might see some white spots into the content of the can,  they are natural sediments of Seville bitter orange which will disolve after boiling.

Valeur nutritionnelle moyenne
Average nutrition value
Valeur énergétique / Energy272kcal
Protéines / Protein0.2g
Glucides / Carbohydrate
dont sucres / of which sugars
Lipides / Fat
dont saturés / of which saturates

Instructions :

1) Empty the content of the can into a large 8pt (4.5 litres) saucepan, add 3/4 pint (425 ml) of water using the measure mark on the side of the can.

2) Add lbs of sugar, bring to boil stirring continuously with a wooden spoon.

3) Reduce heat, maintain boil for further 15 mins, sti occasionally. Add a knob of butter during boiling to disperse foam.

4) Test for setting - remove from heat, add 1/2 teaspoon of marmalade onto saucer and put in cold place. Test after 2 minutes drawing a finger over surface, if it wrinkles, setting point has been reached, if not, reboil for a few minutes. Test again.

5) Stand for further 2-3 minutes before pouring into warmed jars. If peel floats, stir content of each jar.

6) Cover each jar with screw cap, parchment or film.