3 lemons juiced
1 liter purified water
1 kilo caster sugar
4 tbs Cointreau
- Wash the oranges and juice them into a pot.
- Take out the seeds and put the pulp in a small muslin bag and place in pot.
- Shred the peel and add to pot.
- Add lemon juice to pot with water and allow to steep overnight.
- Bring pot to simmer the next day over a medium heat and cook for 30-60 minutes (until peel is soft).
- Squeeze out muslin bag contents into pot and throw out.
- Lower the heat and add sugar slowly whilst stirring (this will allow sugar to fully dissolve).
- Boil for 15-30 minutes and check for setting point.
- If marmalade hasn’t set, boil again for a further 15-30 and check for setting point again and repeat this step until set.
Note: Test for setting point by putting a little bit of marmalade on a cold plate in the fridge for a minute, the setting point has been reached when a skin forms on the surface and it wrinkles when pushed.
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(C) T. Altman 2016
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