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Bitter oranges, also known as Seville oranges, are the go-to for classic British marmalades because of their natural pectin content and thick, dimpled peels. San Giuliano's hand-cutting method showcases these oranges' superior texture. The almost spicy quality of this marmalade pairs well with the crystallized ginger in our marmalade bundt cake.
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The almost spicy quality of this marmalade pairs well with the crystallized ginger in baked goods, or spooned over creamy vanilla ice cream.
If straining to use in baking or drinks, gently warm the marmalade to loosen before straining through a fine mesh strainer. The texture of the peels in this marmalade are especially good. Save them for salads, snacking, or let dry and toss with sugar for a beautiful garnish.
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