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Orange Marmalade Thin Cut Mix

Make Mamade Spanish Citrus Marmalade in Only 30 Minutes

Orange Marmalade Thin Cut Mix

Make Mamade Spanish Citrus Marmalade in Only 30 Minutes


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28 oz. mix with Spanish Seville oranges makes 6 lbs. of mouthwatering marmalade in 30 minutes. Just add water and sugar. Thin cut mix.

  • Seville oranges for a burst of flavor
  • Only 30 minutes to make
  • Better than store-bought

Old-Fashioned marmalade with the fresh taste of homemade.

Orange Marmalade Thin Cut Mix

Safety Warnings

A black deposit is often present on the lid and/or can. This is due to a high concentration of citric acid and will not affect the marmalade. There may also be small white specks which are natural deposits of seville bitter oranges which will dissolve upon boiling.

Ingredients

Prepared Seville Bitter Oranges (75%), Water, Citric Acid,
Gelling Agent (Pectin).

Specifications

Shelf Life: Indefinite

Nutrition
Nutritional ItemQuantity% of Daily
Requirements
Serving Size1 Tbsp
Serving per Container60
Calories15
Calories from Fat0
Total Fat0
Sodium25g0%
Total Carbohydrates< 1g0%
Dietary Fiber< 1g0%
Sugars< 1g
Protein0
Origin

Manufactured In: Spain

Material - Country Of Origin: Spain

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Much Better Than Store Bought I've used this product for over 8 years and it makes the very best orange marmalade. I wouldn't use anything else. So thankful that Vermont Country Store continues to stock it. June 14, 2014
Seville oranges are essential Great marmalade needs Seville oranges, and this product is the affordable, authentic source for making it yourself. The directions are easy to follow. If you prefer less sugar, as I do, you can still take advantage of this product by following Pomona's Pectin's recipe for orange marmalade. That low-acid pectin product allows you to adjust the amount of sugar and still get a properly jelled marmalade. January 13, 2013
Yum I like to make cranberry orange marmalade by adding one bag of cranberries. It's a favorite! Also add rosemary tea to another batch and stick a sprig in the jar! So easy! January 11, 2013
Best marmalade ever! I have been making Mamade marmalade for years and it always comes out perfectly. A nice consistency and not too sweet. Two cans make about twelve 12 oz. jars. The recipients are always delighted to receive the marmalade for the holidays and would probably be disappointed if I brought anything else. December 7, 2012
Finally I found it! For many years I used to make Ma Made marmalade which I used to buy at William Sonoma. Then one year to my great sorrow they no longer stocked it. I looked high and low on the Internet for it to no avail. I'm so glad The Vermont Country Store now carries it. My breakfast will again be complete. If you love bitter English marmalade this is the real thing - full of orange flavor, not too sweet with a little bitter tang. And it is very simple to make. I used to give jars of this marmalade away as Christmas presents and they were always much appreciated. November 16, 2012
As Good as Homemade ! Years ago, when living in Europe, we always bought Spanish Seville oranges once a year, when they were available, and made our own thick cut Marmalade. These tins, admittedly of thin cut, make an excellent Marmalade as good as our homemade. November 15, 2012
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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Orange Marmalade Thin Cut Mix …

"Being British, my traditional breakfast has always been tea, toast, and marmalade. Mamade is the nearest thing I have ever come to the real thing! It's easy to make and delicious and overall not too sweet like the store-bought marmalades." - Sue Kenny, Elkton, MD