My Strawberry Marmalade – very favourite in my family, especially with pancakes. I can also recommend it with Easy Almond Croissants Recipe. I like to keep the pieces and make it thicker, just the way marmalade should be. High content of fruits and no additional liquid. I storage the extra liquid in the fridge for a lovely fresh strawberry syrup, very popular, too.
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Total Time: 1,5 hour + 12 hour sit of the strawberries
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4kg of ripe strawberries, washed and cleaned
700g of caster superfine sugar
½ of lemon
You can also mix caster sugar and gelling sugar 1:1, instead of lemon. It consists of pectin, however, you get gellier texture and assurance that marmalades do not go bad. I used to mix it: 1 layer of gelling sugar, 1 layer of caster superfine sugar.
9 clean small glass jars