Lemon Marmalade Recipe

A Lemon Marmalade Recipe With Three Ingredients

Lemon Marmalade spread on a crunchy slice of wholewheat, home-baked bread, is just what one needs during winters. Says a happy heart. So, when my gardener brought me a bunch of ripe yellow lemons from the garden, I set to work immediately. And  here is the easy recipe with just three ingredients - Lemons & Sugar.

   So here is the easy recipe with just three ingredients - Lemons & Sugar.

   First some Lemon & Marmalade facts-

1) A Marmalade is a Marmalade: A jam is a preparation made of fruits boiled to a pulp with sugar. Marmalade is the more spicy and flavourful preparation of fruit, cooked with its rind. It's what leaves that bittersweet aftertaste. 

2) Sir Edmund Hillary took what else but a jar of Marmalade up Everest in 1953.

3) If you like your morning toast with Marmalade, well you share your tastes with James Bond, as shown in From Russia, With Love.

4) Lemons really are berries.

                                         So here is the easy recipe with just three ingredients - Lemons & Sugar.

5) Lemons were so precious in the good old days, that they made for a gift, perfect for the kings.

6) If you were to dip electrodes into lemons, enough energy will be produced to run a small digital watch.

   The Lemon Marmalade Recipe-

Keep your Glass Jars, absolutely dry and ready to be filled.

Ingredients: 

1 Kg Lemons

2 Kg Granulated Sugar

2.5 ltr. water

                                        So here is the easy recipe with just three ingredients - Lemons & Sugar.

Steps:

1) In a big vessel boil 2.5ltr. water.

So here is the easy recipe with just three ingredients - Lemons & Sugar.    So here is the easy recipe with just three ingredients - Lemons & Sugar.

2) Add the lemons, with their top with the stalk cut off. Let them boil for another 2.5 hours.

3) The liquid will reduce to almost 1.5ltr.

4) Pull out the lemons. Slice these tender flavourful lovelies -Pulp and rinds- into desired thickness. 

5) Add it back to the 1.5ltr. boiled mixture, add the sugar, in a small dip bag add the seeds if any, for its pectin value. Let it boil, stirring occasionally for another 30-35 minutes. The liquid will start to thicken and start settling on the spoon. 

                                         So here is the easy recipe with just three ingredients - Lemons & Sugar.   

6) Just drop a spoonful on a flat plate. If the mixture settles in like a thin jelly mix, it is ready.

7) Allow it to cool a bit before you drop it beautiful into clean glass jars. 

8) Dress the bottle up with a red ribbon and your Christmas gifts are ready too.

                                 So here is the easy recipe with just three ingredients - Lemons & Sugar.

Oh and while we are talking Christmas, here are some related posts for you:

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                   So here is the easy recipe with just three ingredients - Lemons & Sugar.

Comments (14)

Pooja Posted on Dec 22, 2018

Wow.. it so easy and looks delicious. I am also looking forward to give it a try.

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Nisha Posted on Dec 22, 2018

I am not much into cooking and following recipes but some definitely catch my attention, like this one. W9uld definitely try this one.

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Manasi Popat Posted on Dec 21, 2018

This turned out to be very unique and something I never heard of. But i loved how intriguing the recipe is and how simply you have detailed it. Gonna try it soon.

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Snigdha Prusti Posted on Dec 21, 2018

Wow.. The recipe looks really mouthwatering . Will bookmark this page and will make this lemon marmalade at home. thanks for sharing.

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Neha Jella Posted on Dec 21, 2018

This makes marmalade-making so easy! Tastes great and can be mixed with the orange version for something different. Thanks for sharing this post.

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Priyanka Patwari Posted on Dec 21, 2018

Lovely easy recipe. \r\nI plan to make this whenever I can find lemons - it is definitely on my list of staples. Thanks so much for sharing.\r\n\r\n

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Healthwealthbridge By Dr. Amrita Basu Misra Posted on Dec 21, 2018

This is such a lovely citrusy recipe.Its easy enough for me to try for my \r\nLittle girl. I think she will love it.

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Madhu Posted on Dec 21, 2018

Well, the way you have explained the whole process will be quite helpful for a lot of people to understand and prepare the same...keep writing !

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Mandira Adhikari Posted on Dec 21, 2018

I just love lemon marmalade! Thanks for sharing!\r\nwww.docdivatraveller.com

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Mayank Posted on Dec 21, 2018

I too love eating lemon marmalade. How much time it took you to make this?

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Tammy\'s Vlog Posted on Dec 21, 2018

Oh wow I\'ll surely try this recipe out. \r\nAmazing can\'t wait to taste it. Thanks for sharing this.

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Noor Anand Chawla Posted on Dec 20, 2018

This sounds delicious! I am a huge fan of orange marmalade but a lemon variant sounds even more delectable. Thank you for sharing, I can’t wait to try.

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Deborah Miranda Posted on Dec 20, 2018

Wow.. sounds wonderful and how perfect is your timing, the house i moved into has a huge lemon tree with loads of lemons waiting to be picked. This is definitely on my agenda

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Purnima Posted on Dec 20, 2018

I love lemon marmalade a lot. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I will surely try it at home.

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Charu Chhitwal, Founder KetchupMoms has daring tastebuds, a love for travel and an owl for her soul. It’s little wonder then that she loves to write and share her tips and tricks on traveling, food,

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