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Orange Pineapple Marmalade

Orange Pineapple Marmalade

"This sweet citrusy marmalade from Stephanie Heise of Rochester, New York is perfect for spreading on English muffins or biscuits. It also makes a delicious housewarming or hostess gift."
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45 m servings
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  1. Grate outer peel from oranges and set aside. Peel off and discard white membrane from oranges and section the fruit, discard any seeds. In a food processor, combine orange peel and orange sections; cover and process until orange is in small pieces
  2. In a wide-bottomed microwave-safe 2-1/2-qt. bowl, combine the pineapple, sugar, lemon juice and orange mixture. Microwave, uncovered, on high for 3 minutes; stir. Heat 3 minutes longer (edges will be bubbly); stir. Microwave for 2 to 2-1/2 minutes or until mixture is bubbly in center; stir. heat 2-1/2 minutes longer; stir. Cool for 10 minutes.
  3. Carefully pour into jars or freezer containers; cool to room temperature, about 1 hour. Cover and let stand at room temperature for 4 hours. Refrigerate for up to 3 weeks or freeze for up to 1 year.


  • This recipe was tested with an 850-watt microwave.
  • Editor's Note: This recipe does not use pectin.

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It was good. Not too sweet. I did change a couple of things though according to my grandmother's experience in making marmalades and jams. 1.I did not blend/process the entire batch but only a h...

Very strong orange flavor! I think if I make this again I'll crush up all of the fruit more finely. I shaped my zest with a hole puncher which was a really cute effect. If you're jonesing to use...

I liked this recipe very much, though I did make some changes. I pureed only half of the fruit and zest. I left the rest in small chunks. I cooked it on the stovetop rather than the microwave. ...

yummy, better than I thought it was going to be, will be making more,

My son loves the cherry/orange/pineapple marmalade from a specialty shop we found vacationing in Delaware.... and this was a very similar recipe; we're Rochestarians too! I substituted one can ...

So far this has turned out exactly as I was hoping it would. (The marmalade is in the cooling phase, but I snuck a taste to test the flavor. :P) I used the stove top to cook this recipe. Also ...

Made this 3 times. First as written. 2nd time cooked on stove. I added about 2 tsp. fresh grated ginger, and a little fresh lemon juice and left out the orange zest until finished cooking. I fou...

This was really sweet, as I believe it's supposed to be. It also turned out a little thinner than I was expecting for marmalade. But of course, I used sweet & juicy Cara Cara Oranges, so it's ...

Very easy recipe with yummy results!!! I made this in the microwave as well as on the stove top and either way works well.

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