I only had a few meyer lemons from my first crop, and I wanted to make the best marmalade. I found this recipe on Simple Recipes and I certainly got the best tasting marmalade I ever tasted. The mixture of the lemon/orange taste really makes this different than the straight orange.Here is the site to review for the pictures, the complete recipe is here without the pictures. http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/meyer_lemon_marmalade
This recipe calls for Meyer lemons, a hybrid of a regular lemon and an orange, that is thinner skinned and sweeter than a regular lemon. You cannot substitute regular lemons for Meyer lemons in this recipe. I followed the recipe, and it came out perfect.
I came up with this recipe when mangoes were on sale. I shared with some gals at work and both said that a spoonful was like a ray of sun. It can definitely cheer you up on a chilly March morning in the Midwest. With four mangoes, I added about 4 cups of sugar. This may taste great with a little dijon mustard mixed in and used as a dipping sauce or as a basting/marinate for pork, salmon, or chicken. (Time is approximate.)