Whisky & pink peppercorn marmalade kit

Whisky & pink peppercorn marmalade kit

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This slightly spiced, fruity marmalade kit is the perfect gift for a keen baker and you can make it at home with a handful of hamper essentials

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  • 500g mix of oranges, clementines and lemons



    One of the best-known citrus fruits, oranges aren't necessarily orange - some varieties are…

  • 1kg demerara sugar
  • small pot of pink peppercorns
  • small bottle of whisky



    Whisky usually means an ethanol-based spirit produced in Scotland. Ethanol is an intoxicating…

Optional extras

  • jam pan
  • muslin
  • large wooden spoon
  • small jars and labels (makes about 1kg jam)

To use kit

  • see tip


  1. To use the kit: Write the following instructions on the gift tag:

    Halve the fruits and squeeze the juices into a large saucepan. Remove all the peel and set aside. Put the flesh in the pan with 1 litre water and boil for 15 mins. Push through a sieve lined with muslin and return the liquid to the pan.

  2. Shred the peel and tip into a heatproof bowl. Add enough water to just cover and microwave for 3-4 mins until soft. Add the peel to the pan, then add the sugar. Boil for 35-45 mins until the marmalade has reached setting point (keep an eye on it so it doesn’t bubble over).

  3. Remove from the heat and add 1 tsp pink peppercorns. Allow the mixture to cool a little, then stir in 50ml whisky. Ladle into sterilised jars and seal. Will keep for up to one year.

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