I spotted some Seville oranges in the supermarket a week or two ago, so I bought a bag & popped them in the freezer until I could find the time to have a go at making marmalade.
And I had time earlier this week, so out with the maslin pan & the recipe book & away we went. Of course I have only made marmalade once before, a couple of years ago & it was okay, but not exactly what you might call expertly set. No matter, it tasted nice.
One sticky kitchen later I have eight-and-bit jars of marmalade & happily, this batch tastes just good as last time - & the good news is that the set is rather better.
However those with sharp eyes will spot that the peel is not distributed what you might call terribly evenly, & is all nestling near the tops of the jars, despite leaving the marmalade for twenty minutes to 'rest' in order to avoid precisely this phenomenon.
Next go in a couple of years, I guess!