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Jam, Jelly, and Marmalade
What is marmalade?
February 20, 2013 8:37PM
Marmalade is a sticky, usually orange fruit preserve which is similar to jam. It comes from the juice that is formed from boiling citrus fruits with sugar and water.
It is often used as a popular topping on toast or in sandwiches.
What is 'marmalade' when translated from English to Italian?
What fruit is generlly usedto make marmalade?
Marmalade is traditionally made with winter citrus that aren't as sweet as their spring and summer counterparts. Orange marmalade was the first marmalade made, and is still the most popular flavor. But marmalade can be made with a number of different fruits, quince, pineapple, mango, etc., even onion marmalade).