About this recipe: A refreshing change from orange marmalade. It's delicious on wheaten bread or treacle scones or you can stir a few tablespoons into a fruit crumble for added zing. It's also delicious with savoury dishes like baked ham or sticky ribs. This recipe makes enough for 4 to 5 (250ml) jars, or 2 large (500ml) jars with a little left over.
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Can't get a set with the amount of pectin in the recipe, also little bit worried about 120ml of ginger liquid to 1kg of singer. Are you sure your precipice is correct? - 14 Nov 2016
I followed this to the letter. Whilst the result is very tasty, it has crystallised in the jars - 26 Jul 2014
I made this on the weekend and it is the most flavourful ginger marmalade that I have ever tasted. I made one minor change to the directions on this marmalade because I have been making jam for years and years so after I added the pectin, I removed the pot from the heat and stirred and skimmed for 7 minutes instead of turning the pot to a simmer and cooking an additional 7 minutes with the pectin added to the pot.This is what I do with the other jams and marmalades that I have made. I also didn't use the hot water bath in the recipe. I sterilized my jars by washing them in hot soapy water and rinsing in clean water, then I placed them in a pre heated 225 degree oven for 10 minutes. I washed the lids the same way and boiled them for 1 minute to sterilize. I poured the hot marmalade into the warm jars and immediately put the lid on and tightened. I have used this sterilization method for years and found that it is so quick and easy. This recipe made 2 1/2 500ml jam jars for me. - 25 Apr 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)