Monday, March 9, 2015

Mandarin Orange Marmalade


Thank God! Officially Chinese New Year is over. Hell hack! I really can't take the blasting crackers noise (Pineapple Tarts & Honeydew Dessert). Then again, Indians are not left behind either. Seemingly Indians are actually leading. None stop of blasting, and also rocket shooting to the sky, until I can't help being concern if they will indirectly rocket me by shooting rockets which does come close to my roof and windows. Oh-wow! We Indians I tell you. As it is, we are well known among Malaysians, Indian men are branded as robbers, gang 45, 65 and so on and so forth, Indian women on the other hand, labelled as good for emotional dramas which they most probably pick up from Tamil movies and drama serials (Saffron Cinnamon Poached Pear). Therefore, I better keep my mouth shut instead of commenting about the Chinese blasting crackers. Assumingly for thwarting evil or hoping for more money to fall from the sky so that they can move to bigger mansions, as well as drive sport cars. However, I'm not, at all gonna say anything about the Malays. Such a sensitive thing in Malaysia (Mango Coconut Jelly). Speak about democracy and equal rights?

Alright, alright, all stories on racial biases cut off immediately, remember my recipes of Mandarin Orange Cake and Mandarin Orange Sorbet? For those of you who have lapse of memory, please hit back on the recipes while I tell you on what else I did with the balance of the mandarin oranges (Cherry Vanilla Rice Pudding & Pineapple Bread Pudding). Duh! Looks like there's no end of the road for finishing up them, so popped out my brilliant idea of making Mandarin Orange Marmalade. Brilliancy and Nava K (Banana Chocolate Cake, Tam Tim Krob/Red Rubies & Chocolate Lava Cake Microwave).  Sort of. Oppsie!! Marmalade in other word is just jam. Jam! Marmalade most probably sounds more impressive, to impressive the Westerners (Mango Sticky Rice, Nestum Meringue Pie & Orange Cheesecake), I think so. Tangy, sweet and gooey Mandarin Orange Marmalade is utterly the pleasure  (Mango 7-up Mocktail, Thin Apple Pie & Lemon Tea Loaf) when spread over toast. Other than that, I really can't think of where else can we spread marmalade, honestly I don't, if you have any clue, I will be glad to hear. Do drop your comment, okay? Got to go foodies. Love you all. 

Ingredients
10 mandarin oranges
2 cups of brown sugar (or as needed)

Method
Peel the fruits.
Simmer them over very low heat with enough water to soften.
(Note; don't over simmer)
Remove from heat, drain off the water and cool down the fruits.
Thereafter, gently remove the pulp and discard the seeds.
Chop up pulp and add in a pot with sugar.
Simmer, cook and stir for a thick marmalade.
Optional; add some chopped peel (without the white pith/scrape it out please).
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32 comments:

  1. Yummy marmalade to spread on a toast! Beautiful clicks Nava!

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  2. The colours make me think of CNY, dear! Great jams! xoxo

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  3. Looks very tempting. It's been on my mind since orange season is nearly over but haven't got around to it as yet.:)

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  4. Lovely marmalade. Will try it soon

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  5. Hi Nava, your mandarin orange marmalade look good. Thanks for sharing your recipe, I shall give it a try cos I still got 2 boxes of oranges. LOL

    The trend in M"sia, every festivals also they play fire crackers for several days. My area here like fire crackers and fire works competitions. hahaha....

    Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  6. YUMMM!! wonderfully prepared !!

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  7. One more addition to your recipe collection with oranges...Love your perfectly glazed marmalade...

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  8. Super easy n delicious and top of all homemade!!! Off to try this!!!

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  9. it looks like sweet mango pickle
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  10. This marmalade looks so delicious!! Btw, I hate, hate crackers too! Can't understand why people love it!

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  11. sounds yummyliciously refreshing...thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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  12. Your Mandarin Orange Marmalade looks amazing..Would love to have this on toast for my breakfast..

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  13. Love marmalade and how nice to make it with mandarins.

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  14. I was looking for marmalade recipe..... This would definitely help me.....Thanx for sharing..... :)

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  15. It looks awesome.i was searching for this recipe for a very long time.thanks

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  16. Delectable,quick & easy jam with less ingredient.

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  17. Yums...I have made this marmalade before from those mandarin oranges that is too sour. Nice.

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  18. I've never actually made marmalade before.....how long does it take before it thickens and sets?

    I actually saw fire crackers for the first time in a long long time this year because it's not very common here so unless you specifically go out to watch it you won't see any. Always thought it'd be cool to have crackers going off in the neighbourhood- would make things a lot more interesting!

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  19. Wow, a nice spread, looks sooo delicious and well clicked...

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  20. great use for the balance oranges haha

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  21. I never had marmalade before. It looks very inviting. I am gonna try it soon. Beautiful presentation, lovely dish :)

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  22. Simply damn delicious homemade marmalade!!!
    Dedy@Dentist Chef

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  23. it looks so yummy :-)

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  24. I love making marmalade at home..will try out this next time:)...Thanks for the recipe:)

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  25. This is the simplest Marmalade recipe ever.. I need to look for oranges for this.. Thanks for the recipe :)

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  26. I have never really made a marmalede yet! I shall definitely try :)

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  27. Never seen or tasted this before

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  28. Lovely and neat presentation dear... looks to yumm

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  29. Never tasted before!sounds like easy to mprepare with less ingredients

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