Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Homemade rindless marmalade

I like the taste of marmalade, but mine not a fan of lots of bits in my preserves. Making your own means you make it the way you like and you get to use up fruit that your not sure what else to do with. Its quick to make to, in about 15 minutes.

This recipe was adapted from The Able & Cole Veg Box Companion.

The Ingredients

The Method
Juice your oranges and measure much you juice you have.

Measure out the same amount of honey as you have juice.

Put the juice in a saucepan, let it bubble on a medium heat.
Stir in the the honey with a wooden spoon.

When it boils again, reduce the heat to a simmer for about 7 minutes, stir continuously.

At this point, it will be quite runny, but it will thicken a bit in about an hour.

It can be sorted in the fridge in a sealed glass jar for up to 3 months.


  1. When you say measure the same amount of honey, do you mean in weight or in volume?



  2. Sorry! Should have been clearer, I meant volume. The volumes should match. Cheers!