Meyer Lemon Jam Recipe

Making the jam. Place several small spoons on a plate in the freezer. Place lemons and water in a medium pot over medium heat, taking …

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This Meyer lemon marmalade recipe is the "master" recipe from which I base all sorts of variations (adding grapefruit, blood oranges, etc.) You …

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Total Time: 2 hrs
Cuisine: American
Calories: 39 per serving

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Meyer Lemon Jam. (slightly adapted recipe from Mario Batali) 4-5 Meyer lemons, seeded. 1 1/2 cups of sugar. 1/2 tsp salt. Cut Meyer lemons …

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Cover them with the water and bring to a boil. Once the water is bubbling, reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer the lemons for 25 minutes, until the skins are tender but still hold together. Remove the pot from the heat …

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Oh friends. I meant to post this recipe weeks ago, but with the intensity and chaos of life lately, it got lost in the shuffle. We’re getting late in the season for Meyer lemons, but if you’re motivated, you should be able to find a few for this jam. If you’re in Philly, know that Sue’s Produce has them (for $4 a pound, but still).

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Rinse the lemons and pat dry. Halve the lemons crosswise and juice them, reserving the juice. Using a spoon, scrape the pulp and seeds from the halves. Using a sharp knife, slice the peels. In a large, heavy saucepan, cover the strips with 8 cups of cold water and bring to a boil; boil for 1 minute. Drain the strips and rinse under cold running

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FIRST STAGE OF COOKING. Place the lemon segments and water into a large, wide pot. Place the pectin bag in the pot with the fruit pulp and secure to the pot handle. Bring mixture to a medium boil on medium high heat. Let boil, uncovered, for about 25-35 minutes, until the peels are soft and cooked through.

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Stir in 3 1/2 cups of the sugar. Reduce heat to maintain a simmer. Cook until the mixture is thick and creamy looking and the lemon slices are very tender, about 1 hour. Taste and add up to 1 1/2 cups additional sugar to taste. Stir in 1/2 cup of the reserved lemon juice (save or freeze the remaining juice for another use).

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"When Meyer lemons are in season, typically between November and March, be sure to snag some up to make this lemon-Parmesan dressing," says recipe creator France C. "Meyer lemons are much less tart and acidic than traditional lemons, like a cross between a lemon and a mandarin.

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Old-fashioned Meyer lemon marmalade is made with little more than lemons, sugar, water and time. The result is a vibrant citrine-hued marmalade with a perfect balance of sweet and tart. Meyer lemons, a cross between traditional lemons and mandarin oranges, have a sweeter flavor that makes them perfect for marmalade (it’s definitely one of my

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Halve lemons crosswise and remove seeds. Tie seeds in a cheesecloth bag. Quarter each lemon half and thinly slice. Combine with bag of seeds and water in a 5-quart nonreactive heavy pot and let

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Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat and simmer until the peels have softened, about 5 minutes. Meanwhile, using a sharp knife, cut the remaining pith (white part) from the lemons. Working over a bowl to catch the juices, cut the lemon into segments. Put the segments in the bowl and squeeze the membrane to release as much juice as possible.

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Drain, pat dry, and set aside. In a small saucepan, bring the cold water, sugar, and the 1/4 cup lemon juice to a boil over medium-high heat, stirring until the sugar dissolves, 2 to 3 minutes. Add the sliced lemons and the lemon segments and return to a boil. Reduce the heat to low, skim any foam from the surface, and simmer very gently until

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This Meyer Lemon Marmalade recipe uses no pectin, just lemons and sugar. It’s like sunshine in a jar, and who doesn’t need that some days? I’m honestly obsessed with this stuff. I used to eat it every day, but it doesn’t fit into our new low-refined-sugar lifestyle (so fun), so I think it’s going to have to be just a Sunday thing.

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Combine the zest, sugar, juice and ginger in a heavy-bottomed pot. Bring to boil, lower heat and cook for one hour, stirring frequently. Remove from the heat, store in a non-reactive container and allow mixture to rest overnight on the counter. In the morning, reheat jam in heavy pot to 220 degrees on a candy thermometer.

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Leave in dishwasher or in pot until ready to fill. Cut 5 or 6 small squares of paper towel to use for cleaning the jar rims. Measure sugar into a bowl, set aside. Wash the lemons, carefully slice into thin rounds, peel and all, and discard seeds. Put the lemon slices, juice, and pulp, into the cook pot. Add water.

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How To Make meyer lemon jelly. 1. Take 2 pounds of the freshest lemons you can find--not overripe or stale because the younger fruit has more pectin in it. Slice off the stem-end of the lemon but leave the blossom end intact as that’s the end that has more pectin in it. Using a blade on a food processor or a mandolin, slice the lemons as

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Can i use regular lemons for jam instead of meyer lemons?

I wouldn’t recommend using all regular lemons, the resulting jam would be much too sour. If you want to make lemon marmalade and don’t have Meyer lemons, throw in an oranges or two to help balance out the tartness (and since Meyer lemons are actually a cross between lemons and oranges, the final result will have a similar flavor).

What is the best way to cook meyer lemons?

Meanwhile, in a large saucepan, cover the Meyer lemon slices with 1 inch of water (about 4 cups) and let stand at room temperature overnight. On Day 3, bring the Meyer lemon slices to a boil and simmer over moderate heat, stirring occasionally, until the lemons are very tender and the cooking liquid is slightly reduced, about 40 minutes.

How do you make lemon jam with puree?

Just measure your fruit puree, and add an equal amount of sugar. Use a sharp knife to remove the skin and white pith from the lemons. This is lemon jam, not marmalade.

How do you make marmalade with meyer lemons?

Likely a cross between an orange and a lemon, the Meyer lemon give this sweet-tart marmalade a bright citrus flavor. More Easy Food Gifts Rinse the lemons and pat dry. Halve the lemons crosswise and juice them, reserving the juice. Using a spoon, scrape the pulp and seeds from the halves. Using a sharp knife, slice the peels 1/8 inch thick.

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