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Marmalade: Beyond Orange

Citrus is in, and nothing captures the essence of these sunny fruits like marmalade, whether you're making the classic orange or dabbling in other citrus.

How to Cut Citrus for Marmalade
How to Cut Citrus for Marmalade
First things first: How you cut your citrus can make a big difference in the final product when making marmalade. Here's how to make perfectly uniform cuts.
Orange Marmalade
Orange Marmalade
Sevilles are great, but orange marmalade can also be made with blood oranges, cara caras and others. (Image via Local Kitchen)
Lemon Marmalade
Lemon Marmalade
Sweet and fragrant meyer lemons are a great fit here. (If you don't get local meyers, be sure to order some from Lemon Ladies here in the Bay Area.) But all lemons marm up a treat. (Image via Hitchhiking to Heaven)

Lime Marmalade
Lime Marmalade
Piquant fragrant limes, be they Bearss, key limes or otherwise, make a marmalade with brilliant brightness.
Preserved Oranges
Rangpur Lime Marmalade
Tart, musky rangpur limes aren't limes at all, but a blend of clementines and lemons. Perfect for marmalade! (Image via Autumn Makes and Does)
Clementine Marmalade
Clementine Marmalade
Speaking of clementines, their sweet and sunny disposition shine in a marm. (Image via One Green Tomato)
Kumquat Marmalade
Kumquat Marmalade
The sunniest of the bunch, kumquats are like oranges on steroids. Take your marmalade to the next level. (Image via Local Kitchen)
Grapefruit Marmalade
Grapefruit Marmalade
Grapefruit is already a breakfast favorite, so marm it up for your morning toast or scones. (Image via Local Kitchen)
Pummelo Marmalade
Pummelo Marmalade
Pummelos look like big grapefruits but aren't nearly as sour -- they also have an orangey taste going on. The extra thick pith makes for a strong set. Deeeelicious! (Image via Spectacularly Delicious)
Honeybell Tangelo Marmalade
Honeybell Tangelo Marmalade
The incredibly sweet and juicy Honeybell tangelos are also known as Minneola tangelos and Honeybell oranges. They aren't oranges at all, but are a hybrid of a tangerine and grapefruit. And they make the best marmalade. (Image via Eugenia Bone)

Marmalade Beyond Orange, found on PunkDomestics.com. Marmalade photo by Pete, on Flickr via Creative Commons
Marmalade photo by Pete, on Flickr via Creative Commons

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