Good point, anything for less dishes to wash up!
Good question! It would definitely be worth a try :D
In some sense this paste is quite different to marmalade. Marmalade is more of a spread, whereas my reciepe is a thick paste which needs to be enjoyed in smaller quantities as it's flavour is quite strong. Traditionally marmalade is more chunky and a bit sweeter, so I would say the two are amazing in their own ways.
This paste can last around 3 months in the fridge (If it hasn't been eaten already), and yes, it can be frozen!
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Sounds amazing!! Good Luck!
Yes, It was bacon, albeit rather lean. If you read step 5, you will be able to see that I add the bacon (raw) to the mixture before it is cooked for more than 30 minutes.
I used 4 slices of bacon, but it wouldn't really matter how much you used. I haven't tried using frozen store brought bread dough, here in Australia its not an item that you can buy from the grocery store.
Sorry about that, you are correct, 180 degrees C is equal to 356 degrees F. Here in Australia I am used to cooking in centigrade not Fahrenheit! Thank you, I hope you both enjoy it!!
Thank you! I was so surprised!!
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