Bred for their sweeter and more intense flavor than other varietals, mandarin oranges make for a rich and warm marmalade. This small-batch version from the Marchesi Di San Giuliano estate in Sicily is vibrant, wonderfully textured and contains no additives—just fruit, sugar and water. It is excellent in dressings to temper bitter greens, such as radicchio or escarole. To make, blend with extra-virgin olive oil, lemon juice or white balsamic vinegar, and salt and black pepper. Or for something warmer, do as the Russians do and mix marmalade into black tea; we like to add a couple of cardamom pods.
Net Weight: 460 grams
Ingredients: Mandarin orange and sugar
Place of Origin: Italy