How to make Orange Jam without Pectin - Easy Marmalade Recipe
This delicious recipe was born in Europe, specifically during Ancient Greece where honey was cooked with quince. The name "jam" (marmalade) comes from the Portuguese "marmelada" which means "quince sweet". This recipe began to be made massively in Scotland during the 17th century and its name became very popular throughout Europe. However, in Portugal they continue to call it by the name of "quince sweet". Next we will present you the preparation of homemade orange marmalade in an easy and fast way.
Keywords: Quince sweet, homemade orange jam
Preparation Time: 45M
- 500 gr of Oranges completely peeled and cut into pieces.
- 350 gr of sugar.
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice.
- Note: It is important that the oranges are well peeled without the white of the peel and without seeds, we will only use the pulp.
- In a nonstick pot over low heat, add the oranges and lemon juice.
- add the sugar and cook for 45 minutes, stirring constantly until the mixture thickens.
- Turn off the heat and let stand until cool.
- Enjoy and store in the fridge in a glass container with a lid.