Carrot, Lemon and Orange Marmalade
This orange marmalade recipe is a bit different.
The recipe calls for a few lemons, which gives it a wonderful sweet tart flavor.
It also has the addition of grated carrots.
Cut the oranges into small pieces. Grate or run the carrots through a food chopper. Add the peel and oranges to the chopped carrots. Cook together in as little water as possible until they are tender. Add the sugar and the reserved water. Cook until thick and clear. Add the juice of the lemons and cook another 5 minutes.
Bottle while hot (see notes below).
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Did You Know?...
You might not think that carrots belong in a marmalade, but you will be quite surprised at how delicious it really is.
It may take a week or two for the marmalade to thicken so don't worry if it is a bit runny when it is first made.
I think you will really like this variation on traditional orange or lemon marmalade.
Look here for another great marmalade recipe, peach and orange marmalade.
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