Easy Cumquat Marmalade

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Beautiful cumquats make beautiful jam, and so it is to the stove top that we turn this morning. Some cherry tomatoes are drying in the oven, taking the chill off of the kitchen, and we chop, soak and simmer cumquats before turning them into the most delicious marmalade. Breakfasts are going to be amazing this month!

This jam is also an exceptional accompaniment to hot Indian curries. The sweetness tempers the heat of the dish, and the cumquat tartness is beautiful with the spices.

Similar recipes include Cumquats Poached in Sugar Syrup, Cumquats in Gin, Cumquats Pickle, Cumquat Olive Oil, and Cumquat Vanilla Marmalade.

Browse all of our Cumquat recipes, and our other Jam recipes. Or explore our Late Winter dishes.

Cumquat Marmalade | Kumquat Marmalade

Easy Cumquat Marmalade

Cut your cumquats in quarters and leave to soak overnight just covered with water.

The next day, measure the cumquats as you put them into a heavy based saucepan. Add the soaking liquid too, and cook until the cumquats are tender but still in tact.

Add the same amount of sugar as you had cumquats. Now boil rapidly until the jam jellies when tested on a cold plate.

Spoon the jam into warm, sterile jars. Allow to cool. Store the jam in the fridge for longer life.

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recipe notes and alternatives
Puree the fruit before adding the sugar for a smooth jam.

I like to add spices to my jams. In this one, I added one dried chilli, some black peppercorns and half a dozen star anise as well as a tspn of sea salt. The flavour is subtle – you can’t tell that chilli was used for example. But it adds an additional level of interest to this jam.

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Author: Ganga108

Heat in the Kitchen, Cooking with Spirit. Temple junkie, temple builder, temple cleaner. Lover of life, people, cultures, travel. Champion of growth, change and awareness. Taker of photos. Passionate about family. Happy.

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