Our new Marmalade Chicken is out and if you’ve ever wondered what makes marmalade different from jam and jelly, we’ve got you covered.
Jam, jelly, and marmalade are all made by heating fruit with added sugar. The difference between each is how much fruit is left and the consistency.
Made from whole or cut fruit, cooked to a pulp with sugar for a chunky, less-rigid texture.
Made using only fruit juice from slow-cooked and strained fruit with sugar, resulting in a smooth, firm finished product.
Closer to jam, but made from citrus fruits using all of the fruit, including the rind. This makes for a chunky product with rich, complex flavors of sweet from the fruit and slightly bitter from the rind.
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