This liqueur is silky and sweet with a little hint of bitterness just to keep things interesting. The burnt umber color lights up the room and I’m looking forward to the bridal shower I’m throwing so I can make up a gorgeous blood orange punch.
Seville Orange Marmalade has been on my radar since I began canning this fall. I eagerly swapped for a jar of Seville Marmalade at the Preserve Swap I attended as I wanted a point of departure from which to base my Marmalade Mis-adventures.
From the depths of winter, aromatic blood oranges and vibrant pink stems of early forced Yorkshire rhubarb are the preservers equivalent of rose tinted spectacles. This lovely marmalade has a fresh citrus hit with just enough of a tangy aftertaste.
A quick and easy Citrus marmalade, that can be used in many ways. I made it for a plated dessert but there are many other options. from entremets to bonbon filling or just in jars to give to friends and family. enjoy!