Homemade Seville Orange MarmaladeIf there's one thing this biddy loves to eat, it's delicious jam on homemade bread. Here's one I made this summer that was oh-so-delicious, and gorgeous to boot!
Some things to note about this recipe:
- You do need some seville oranges (they're really sour and full of seeds. You could also substitute about 4 regular oranges and 2 lemons.)
- It doesn't need any store-bought pectin! Orange seeds are chock-full of the stuff.
- PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don't slice all those peels by hand, unless you like to torture yourself. You could grate them with a cheese grater or use a food processor. I popped mine in a $5 "mini food chopper" and it worked perfectly.