Recipes using oranges in the ingredients.
Recipe for Apricot, Apple and Peach Chutney. Goes particularly well with cheddar cheese and tomato sandwiches or with cold roast turkey or other cold meats
Recipe for Pear, Fig & Walnut Chutney. If you prefer a less chunky texture, chop everything (including the walnuts) into smaller pieces.
Recipe for Beetroot and Orange Preserve - an easy to make, sweet and spicy preserve that is great with cold meats and cheese.
Recipe for Green Tomato Marmalade. A lovely breakfast marmalade, makes a good side dish with curry, and brilliant with cheese.
Recipe for Plum and Orange Jam. This unusual jam mixing two very different flavours actually works exceptionally well.
Recipe for Sugar-Free Dried Apricot Cake. This is a lovely moist cake and good for folk who have to be careful with sugar.
Recipe for Tomato and Orange Chutney. An experiment as I had oranges to spare! Made at the end of August and tasted today (13th December) and it's lovely.
An old recipe for Date and Orange Loaf. Produces a light moist loaf cake with a hint of citrus. Absolutely delicious - a family favourite
Recipe for Spiced Cranberry Shrub. Shrub is a name which is borrowed from the Arabs - fruit sherbet drink. Makes 4 glasses and takes 5 minutes.
Recipe for Italian Bread Pudding a twist on the British. This is really easy to make. Serve warm with cream. For a skinny option you can use creme fraiche.
An easy recipe for Sweet Orange and Chilli Chutney which gives a clever balance of the orange sweetness and chilli heat in this unusual chutney
Recipe for Old English Marmalade. Makes about 6 lbs (2.7 kg) of marmalade. The traditional marmalade to accompany a great British breakfast's toast.
Recipe for Chunky Seville Orange Marmalade. Makes about 6 lbs (2.7 kg) of marmalade. A variation on the traditional marmalade with more body than most.
Recipe for Seville Orange Marmalade. Makes about 6 lbs (2.7 kg) of marmalade. The traditional breakfast marmalade
Recipe for Spiced Plum Chutney. Makes a lovely Christmas gift and, if you're not a huge fan of jams, a good way to use up some plums to good result.
Recipe for Rhubarb and Orange Jam. An unusual jam, oranges being more associated with marmalade, but it works well. Makes about 5 lbs (2.5 kg) of jam.
Recipe for Orange Curd. Fruit curds do not store for long because of the eggs. Best kept in the refrigerator and eaten within two or three weeks at most.
Recipe for Mixed Fruit Marmalade. Makes around 7 lbs (3.15 kg) of this versatile marmalade. The flavour will vary according to the fruit used
Recipe for Orange Jelly Marmalade. Makes about 4 lbs (1.8 kg) The traditional breakfast marmalade flavour without the bits of peel some people dislike.
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