Recipe – Marmalade


David says Penny’s marmalade is the best he’s ever tasted. Feel free to try making it yourself!

This recipe has two parts – the first, bottling the fruit, is best undertaken in winter (when grapefruit are in season!). The making of the marmalade can then happen any time of year.


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Bottling the fruit:
Mince five grapefruit and three lemons (Penny whizzes it up in her blender with some of the required water to make a smooth marmalade)
Add 7-8 cup water.
Boil on the Homewood for 30 minutes.
Bottle and seal.

This bottled grapefruit/lemon blend can be the base for more than just marmalade! Try using it in tarts or pies.

To make into marmalade:
For each bottle of fruit, add one bottle of water. Bring to the boil.
Add 8 cup sugar, and boil for 30 minutes.
Bottle and seal.

Bottling:
Wash jars, and then heat them in the lower oven until dry, hot and ready to bottle. Fill jars, remove any air bubbles by running a knife down the inside of the jars, and seal.

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