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  1. Brooke

    Hi, I am wanting to make orange marmalade for my boyfriend’s up and coming birthday. I have read this recipe over multiple times and can’t wait to try it. I have looked online for Seville oranges I can order, but stumbled upon honeybell oranges. They look wonderful and I was wondering if this recipe would work if I used them instead. I know they are very sweet and I probably wouldn’t add much sugar, but I was curious what you think?

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  2. terri

    can it be made without lemon juice? a friend brought me a lot of oranges and want to make some marmalade. by the time I get a ride to the store to get a lemon they’ll be bad.

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  3. Lord Peralta

    I have another more traditional seville orange marmalade recipe that I used to make all the time. Now, I alternate it with this one. My husband LOVES this one because the flavor is so intense. I never have any problems with this recipe setting. I follow the recipe pretty closely (though I use two regular lemons not one Meyer and one regular.

    If you want to try something really special, try adding 2 ounces of whisky or 2 ounces of Campari! It gives it just that little extra boozy kick and tastes great :)


  4. Libby R

    We made this with tiny sour oranges from our garden-room tree. The oranges are quite tart and are only about an inch in diameter. We cut them in half, seeded them into a bag, squeezed the juice, etc and it came out perfectly! Such a great recipe….thanks : ).


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  5. Gloria

    Hello I was wondering what other oranges can you use

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