With a traditional bitter flavour, slices of thin cut orange peel and a fresh orange tang, our Seville Orange Marmalade tastes delicious however you choose to eat it. Like jam, marmalade taste great on more than just toast. Here are just a few ideas to get you started.
1. Dolloped onto vanilla ice cream
The vanilla ice cream gives a great balance of sweetness to the tangy, bitterness of the Seville Orange Marmalade.
2. Glaze a ham joint
Smother your ham joint part way through cooking for a sticky, tangy, citrus flavour to compliment the meat.
3. Used in a cake recipe
Marmalade works so well in baking, from in muffins and cupcakes to making a sticky marmalade cake.
4. Served with a croissant
Warm a croissant in the oven and serve with a dollop of Seville Orange Marmalade on the side.
5. Make a bread and butter pudding
This heartwarming little pudding gives you another way to enjoy Seville Orange Marmalade. If you fancy making one yourself, here is a recipe to try.
Ingredients (serves 1)
2 slices of bread (around 50g)
knob of butter
2-3 tsps Seville Orange Marmalade
30ml double cream
20g caster sugar
1 small egg
tsp chopped mixed peel
2 squares dark chocolate, for grating (optional)
Preheat the oven to 180°C. Grease a small oven proof dish (around 10cm in diameter).
Butter the bread and spread with the marmalade, then cut into chunks.
Arrange half the bread in a single layer in the dish. Sprinkle with the mixed peel and half the sultanas. Add the rest of the bread in a layer, then top with the remaining sultanas.
In a jug combine the milk, cream, sugar and egg. Carefully pour into the dish.
Bake the pudding for 35 minutes. It will puff up while cooking so put a baking tray on the oven shelf below, just in case it leaks.
Remove from the oven and grate the dark chocolate over. Allow to cool slightly, then serve.
Our Seville Orange Marmalade is back in stock now. Click here to order this tangy treat.
Much jam love,