Monday, November 21, 2016

We Be Jammin'... Lemon Kiwi Marmalade



Lemon-Kiwi Marmalade 
Found on simplygratefulhousewife.wordpress

This recipe yielded 3 – 8 oz. jars and 4 – 4 oz. jars. 

2 Lemons with ends cut off and seeds removed 

1 Sweet Orange with ends cut off and seeds removed 

10 Ripe Kiwi peeled and thinly sliced 

3 Cups of Sugar 

The night before making the marmalade, prepare the lemons and orange by cutting off the ends and removing the seeds. Quarter lemon and put in food processor with one cup of sugar. Put the entire lemon in, peel, membranes, pith and all. Process till very fine. Quarter the orange and put in the food processor with one cup of sugar. Process till very fine. Combine the processed lemon and orange in a glass bowl. Cover and let sit overnight. 

The next day, peel and slice the kiwi. Place kiwi in a bowl and combine with one cup of sugar. Let sit for one hour or more. 

Combine lemon and orange mixture with kiwi mixture in large stock pot. Bring to full rolling boil, watching closely that it doesn’t scorch. Reduce heat to medium-high and stir constantly until mixture thickens. This took about 30 minutes. While mixtures cooks, prepare jars and lids. 

When the marmalade is the consistency you like, remove from heat and fill jars, leaving a 1/4“ head space. Cover jars with hot lids and bands and process in water bath canner for 15 minutes.

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