Canning and preserving: Conserves and marmalade recipes
Recipes by The Canadian Living Test Kitchen
Meyer lemons, Moro orange, kumquats, grapefruits and mandarins make up this list of refreshing marmalade and conserve recipes.
- Poached Pike in Aspic
- Seafood Salad
- Hazelnut and Almond Meringues
- Red Beans and Walnuts with Garlic Sauce
- Coulibiac of Salmon with Dill
- Whole Baked Fish with Hazelnut Stuffing
- Salt Cod Poached with Tomatoes and Peppers
- Broccoli and Cauliflower with Garlic and Oil
- Orange Honey Cake
- Winter Fruit Kompot
- Blue Cheese and Walnut Mushrooms
- Tofu Noodle Stir-Fry
- Berry Charlotte
- Classic Devilled Eggs
- Gluten-Free Chocolate PBandJ Cupcakes
- Cava Sangria
- Neapolitan Milkshake
- Moustache and Lips Straw Cookies
- Greek Yogurt Caesar Salad Dressing
- Cauliflower Yogurt Puree
Crisp, wintery mornings are the perfect time to boil citrusy marmalades on the stove with in-season citrus. Whether you're adding to rows of summer preserves or starting an new annual winter preserving tradition, you'll find what you need in this expansive list of Tested-Till-Perfect marmelade and conserve recipes from the Canadian Living Test Kitchen.
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This chunky mix of oranges, lemon, apricots and plums bursts with flavour.
Fig and Wine Conserve
This glossy, spiced conserve is particularly good with creamy blue cheese and old Cheddar. It's also a mouthwatering topping for ice cream.
Plum Orange Conserve
Thick with chunks of fruit, this is a pleasing spread for scones or English muffins.
Orange, clementine, grapefruit, lime and lemon combine into a wonderfully fresh and citrusy wake-up.
Grapefruit Ginger Marmalade
Ginger complements the bitterness of grapefruit in this preserve that has lots of chunky peel.
Classic Seville Orange Marmalade
Here is the perfect-size batch of our often-requested classic, with its robust orange flavour. You won't believe how easy it is to put this homemade t...
Kumquats look like tiny oval oranges, and have edible golden orange rind and tart dry flesh. They are often used in marmalades with juice from other c...
Meyer Lemon Marmalade
Meyer lemons aren't interchangeable with other lemons. If you can't find them, check out our Lemon Shred Marmalade recipe at www.canadianliving.com.
Rhubarb Grapefruit Marmalade
Rhubarb is a subtle background flavour in this grapefruit marmalade. Using forced rhubarb (available in late January through March) gives this spread ...
Red Onion Marmalade
On the gift tag, suggest pairing this savoury marmalade with meats, such as pork, lamb or beef. Or serve with crackers and a creamy cheese. You need a...
Seville Orange Marmalade
Seville oranges make the finest marmalade and are the only oranges to produce a clear jelly around shreds of refreshingly bitter peel. Since Sevilles ...
For the best marmalade with attractive shreds, look for fruit with thick skins. Members of the sweet mandarin family include clementines, satsuma, hon...
Lemon Shred Marmalade
Straining the juice and using only the rind produces a crystal clear jelly with elegant fine shreds.
Red Grapefruit Marmalade
This amber marmalade has a bittersweet flavour that's delicious spread over warm buttery croissants.
Moro Orange Marmalade
Moro oranges (also known as blood oranges) have a sweet berry flavour and luscious deep red juice. Look for the reddest-skinned Moro oranges for the b...
Carrot Orange Marmalade
Carrots add a new dimension of flavour to familiar marmalade – not to mention vibrancy. Now that's orange!