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Ginger Marmalade Recipe
Marmalade from the word "marmalade" - a kind of thick jam, which is traditionally prepared in Spain from quince, and in France and some other countries-from oranges. I offer you a version of quince, orange and ginger. Turns out marmalade is thick, aromatic and very warming due to the ginger. Perfect for flavoring pastries, sauces, and just tea in the chilly autumn weather.
Cook Time 120 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 120 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Prepare products: peel the orange, leave a small piece of the peel, peel it off, peel the ginger, cut into thin slices, peel the quince from the core and skin.
    Prepare products: peel the orange, leave a small piece of the peel, peel it off, peel the ginger, cut into thin slices, peel the quince from the core and skin.
  2. Peeled and sliced ginger, orange, zest and quince punch blender until smooth.
    Peeled and sliced ginger, orange, zest and quince punch blender until smooth.
  3. In an enamel bowl, combine water, sugar, our, potatoes and cook low heat for 20 minutes.
    In an enamel bowl, combine water, sugar, our, potatoes and cook low heat for 20 minutes.
  4. Remove from heat, cool slightly and once again to punch a blender, it is more convenient, of course, manual. Or it can be wiped through a metal sieve.
    Remove from heat, cool slightly and once again to punch a blender, it is more convenient, of course, manual. Or it can be wiped through a metal sieve.
  5. Return to the fire, cook for another 20 minutes, pour into prepared jars. I got exactly 500 ml of jam.BON APPETIT!!!!
    Return to the fire, cook for another 20 minutes, pour into prepared jars. I got exactly 500 ml of jam.BON APPETIT!!!!

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