How to Make Whisky Seville Orange Marmalade

Seville Orange is a hybrid between pomelo and mandarin. Its rather bitter, hence unsuitable to be eaten as it is. It is a perfect citrus for marmalade or cooked with fatty meats such as pork or duck.

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How to Make Whisky Seville Orange Marmalade Recipe
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I prepare this marmalade over 2 days, to allow the pectin to develop.Looking at the ingredients- the sugar content seems high.It is important to have enough sugar to counter the bitter orange taste.

I prepare this marmalade over 2 days, to allow the pectin to develop.Looking at the ingredients- the sugar content seems high.It is important to have enough sugar to counter the bitter orange taste.

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Day 1. Wash the fruit, cut in half and

Day 1. Wash the fruit, cut in half and

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squeeze out the juice.

squeeze out the juice.

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These are such a pretty orange and fragrant too.

These are such a pretty orange and fragrant too.

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Remove the membrane with a spoon, put with the pips and tie them in a piece of muslin

Remove the membrane with a spoon, put with the pips and tie them in a piece of muslin

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Slice the peel finely or coarsely, depending on how you like your marmalade

Slice the peel finely or coarsely, depending on how you like your marmalade

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Put the peel, orange and lemon juice, bag of pips and water into a non-reactive bowl or saucepan overnight.

Put the peel, orange and lemon juice, bag of pips and water into a non-reactive bowl or saucepan overnight.

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Day 2 bring everything to the boil and simmer gently for about 3 hours until the peel is really soft and the liquid is reduced by half. Squeeze all the liquid from the bag of pips and remove it.

Day 2 bring everything to the boil and simmer gently for about 3 hours until the peel is really soft and the liquid is reduced by half. Squeeze all the liquid from the bag of pips and remove it.

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Add the warmed sugar and stir until all the sugar has been dissolved. Increase the heat and bring to a full rolling boil rapidly until setting point is reached 5-10 minutes approx.

Add the warmed sugar and stir until all the sugar has been dissolved. Increase the heat and bring to a full rolling boil rapidly until setting point is reached 5-10 minutes approx.

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The peel must be absolutely soft before the sugar is added, otherwise when the sugar is added it will become hard and no amount of boiling will soften it.

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Test for a set, either with a sugar thermometer (it should register 105C),or with a saucer. saucepan for 15 minutes before bottling to prevent the peel from floating.

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Place marmalade on a cold saucer & cool for a few minutes. If it wrinkles when you push it with your finger,it’s done. Allow it to cool for 15 minutes before bottling to avoid peel from floating.

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Add 6 tablespoons of whiskey to the cooking marmalade just before bottling

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Pot into hot sterilised jars. Cover immediately and store in a cool dry dark place. Enjoy this with bread, scones or as part of a glaze on duck, pork or chicken.

Pot into hot sterilised jars. Cover immediately and store in a cool dry dark place. Enjoy this with bread, scones or as part of a glaze on duck, pork or chicken.

Ingredients

900 Grams Seville Orange 
2.20 Liters Water 
1 Lemon 
1.80 kilograms Raw Sugar 
6 Tablespoons Bourbon Whisky 
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