Greek Mandarin Marmalade

"When it comes to the good life - the Greeks have already figured it out. Take their example."
Preparation15 min.
Cooking35 min.
Тotal50 min.
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  • mandarins - 10 - 12
  • sugar - 1 1/2 cups
  • lemon juice - squeezed juice of half a lemon


Put the mandarins whole in boiling water for about five minutes. Then remove and cut them into two halves and remove the seeds, if any.

Blend with a blender, add sugar and lemon juice and put them on a slow fire. Stir occasionally and boil until thickening.


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Dr Hans
Dr Hans
28.06.2013 15:29
I have just gone through 5 pages of mandarin marmalade recipes on Google and read many of the comments and I can't help wondering if any of these "cooks" ever try a good quality marmalade and compare it with their own pathetic creations. Also you will notice that most posts are on what they think it will taste like - less than 10% of people come back to post what it really turned out like. It seems that most of these "cooks" don't really know how to make good jam or marmalade. A lot of the recipes are plagiarized from others (which include bad advice). Oh, but they might introduce another ingredient to make it look authentic.