Everyday Food: Marmalade has wide appeal
08/05/2014 11:03 AM
08/05/2014 11:04 AM
This bittersweet topping is good for more than hot buttered toast and oatmeal. Try cooking desserts with it and savory dishes, too.
Marmalade, a citrus preserve that includes shreds or chunks of peel, was first produced in Scotland. Traditional marmalade gets its intense flavor from aromatic Seville (bitter) oranges. If you find that it’s too bitter for your taste, look for “sweet” on the label or purchase marmalade made from sweet oranges.
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