This is great for toast or even for cooking orange duck or orange chicken. It stays good in the fridge for more than a month.

This can also be gifted to friends, see note.

Step 1: Method

2 seedless sweet orange or mandarin, wash clean, pat dry, and remove any visible stem, quartered.

175 g sugar

1 tbsp lime juice, fresh or from bottle

Using food processor or magic bullet (or even blender), process orange until smooth, skin and all

Place everything into a pot and bring to boil

When you see it's starting to splatter, turn down heat to low-medium, cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally

Then to thicken up, turn up heat to medium-high, cook for 10 minutes more and stir often

Do watch out for sugar splatter is super hot

NOTE: This makes 1 jar of marmalade. To make more than a jar and to give away, use 6 oranges/mandarin, 1 kg sugar, 2-3 tbsp lime juice. Do the exact direction as above, cool on pan to room temperature, pour into cute jars, tie a ribbon and place a sticker for Marmalade and date

Enjoy :)

<p>Yumm! An easy yet very tasty recipe! I voted for you twice! x</p>
<p>thank you!!</p>
<p>The 3-citrus (lemon, orange, and red grapefruit) marmalade came out GREAT! So easy with your recipe. Though I had more than twice the amount of fruit than your recipe, I used the same amount of sugar, as I like my marmalade on the tart side, but it was still pretty sweet. </p>
<p>awesome pictures and thank you for sharing!!!</p>
<p>Yumm! An easy yet very tasty recipe! I voted for you twice! x</p>
<p>thank you, that's very kind of you!</p>
<p>Gee, this IS so simple. I love marmalade - and I can see possibilities for other types of citrus fruits! Grapefruit, Meyers Lemons!</p>
<p>Yes you can most def use grapefruit and meyers lemons would be awesome!</p>

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