Hartley's thin cut Seville orange marmalade
6 lbs of delicious homemade marmalade in just 30 minutes. Just add sugar and water. No artificial colours, flavourings or preservatives. Thin Cut Seville Oranges for homemade marmalade.
Prepared Seville Bitter Oranges (75%), Water, Citric Acid, Gelling Agent (Pectin)
Preparation & Storage
- 1. Empty contents into a large 8pt (4.5ltrs) saucepan. Add 3/4 pint (425ml) of water using the measure mark on the side of the can.2. Stir in 4 lbs of sugar (1.8kg). Bring to boil, stirring continuously with a wooden spoon.3. Reduce heat, maintain boil for further 15 mins, stir occasionally. Add a knob of butter during boiling to disperse foam.4. Test for setting - remove from heat, put 1/2 teaspoon of marmalade onto cold saucer and put in cool place. Test after 2 minutes by 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 contents of each jar. 6. Cover each jar with screw cap, parchment or film.NOTE: Small white specks may be seen in the contents of this can, these are natural deposits of Seville Bitter Oranges and will dissolve on boiling.