Homemade citrus marmalade


How to prepare citrus marmalade at home? There's nothing more simple. Follow this recipe and in no time you can have in your pantry this delicious and luscious orange, grapefruit and lemon marmalade.

Homemade citrus marmalade
Preparation time
Cooking time


For 4 Person(s)


  • 6 oranges
  • 2 grapefruits
  • 2 lemons
  • brown sugar (same weight as the fruit pulp)
  • 200 ml of water for each kilogram of sugar

Homemade citrus marmalade Directions

  1. Peel the fruit, remove all the white filamentous parts, cuticles, seeds and save the pulp and the juice.

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  2. Weigh the pulp with the juice and add equivalent weight in sugar and 200 ml of water for every kilogram of sugar.

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  3. Bring to a boil and cook for about 1 hour. To check if the jam is ready just put one drop of marmalade on a plate. If the drop becomes dense in a short time then the marmalade is ready. Transfer boiling hot marmalade to sterile, airtight containers. Close the lid and turn the jars upside down to create the vacuum effect.

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Nutrition facts

(vegetarian, gluten free, lactose free)
Per Serving


Friday, 27 January 2017
pretty sweet, you can taste some bitterness, love the photo - morgana

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