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Cranberry Orange Marmalade

Cranberry Orange Marmalade created by Calee

This sweet-sour marmalade is nice on toast or biscuits, or with crackers and strong-flavored cheeses. From Cooking Light.

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2hrs 15mins
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  • Carefully remove rind from 3 oranges using a vegetable peeler, making sure not to get any of the white pithy part of the rind. Slice rind into thin strips.
  • Peel all oranges; cut into sections. Combine rind strips, sections, 1 1/2 cups water, and 1 cup sugar in a medium saucepan; bring mixture to a boil. Reduce heat, and simmer for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Add remaining 2 cups sugar and cranberries to pan. Simmer 1 hour and 30 minutes or until thick, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat, and cool completely. Cover and chill.
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"This sweet-sour marmalade is nice on toast or biscuits, or with crackers and strong-flavored cheeses. From Cooking Light."
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  1. lilvorpalbunny
    Turned out to have a bitter aftertaste when I made it. I was so disappointed! Oh well, I suppose I can bake with it. :/
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  2. Calee
    Cranberry Orange Marmalade Created by Calee
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  3. Calee
    Cranberry Orange Marmalade Created by Calee
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  4. Calee
    I wish I could give this more stars, great flavor we love marmalade and cranberries so I was really excited to try this I made as directed but found the cranberry pieces were to big so I used a stick blender and found the texture better but it also cut the pieces of orange rind to small for my liking. Next time I will cook the cranberry/orange fruit until cooked (10-15) minutes then blend and then add the orange rind and cook until thick. I also found the amount of sugar perfect!
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  5. Chef PotPie
    This sweet-sour marmalade is nice on toast or biscuits, or with crackers and strong-flavored cheeses. From Cooking Light.
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