3 Fruit Marmalade
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This is a lovely marmalade adapted from an old irish cookbook. It makes a nice gift to give to friends because of it's delicious taste and pretty color.
- Wash, dry and cut each fruit into quarters and peel skin away from pulp.
- Cut the pulp into chunks and place in a bowl and keep aside. Scrape or cut away the white pith on the fruit skin and slice the skins finely into shreds about 1/4 to 1/2 inch long. Place skins in separate bowl.
- Measure the pulp using measuring cups into a large bowl and for every cup of pulp, add 3 cups of water.
- Using the same cup, measure out the shredded fruit skin into a large saucepan, add 3 cups water for 1 cup skin, cover nad keep aside overnight.
- Next day, place both the pans on the stove and bring to boil and simmer for about an hour.
- Strain the cooked fruit pulp in a large strainer, pushing and scraping to get most of the fruit, but making sure there are no seeds.
- Add the cooked shredded skins and their liquid to the strained mixture, and measure it all out once again with the same cup.
- ADd 1 cup of sugar to each cup of fruit mixture, mix well and bring to boil.
- Continue boiling rapidly until some of the mixture jells when poured onto a cool plate.
- Skim the mixture and jar up into sterilized jars - boiling for 5 minutes in canning pan to insure seal.
- Store in refrigerator to keep cold.
This recipe was contributed by Jeeraluv on 23 Feb 2012I live in US and love to cook all kinds of food from different countries. I love to travel, read an...
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