On your morning toast or on your Thermomix Pancakes, Ginger Marmalade is a great addition to the breakfast table, although it also goes very well with savoury main courses like lamb, ham or roast chicken.
The first time I had Ginger Marmalade it was when a friend of mine came back from the States and brought some with her, together with peanut butter, pancake mixture and other things that can't be found in Italy (or couldn't at that time). I remember I was kind of sceptical at first, but my eldest daughter - who is much braver than me - tried it and loved it! The other day ginger marmalade came up in a conversation and my daughter suggested I try and make it in the Thermie. I made a few phone calls to gather a list of ingredients and measurements and it seemed like every household has its own recipe for it, so here's mine: a mixture of all the best ideas I put together ;-)
I hope you like it. Let me know if you have suggestions to improve it, or different recipes you'd like to see published.
You can use ginger marmalade in a number of recipes to craft great homemade gifts! Here are some ideas: make a beautiful Italian Crostata (Jam Tart), delicious Jam Cookies or Dairy-free Jam Cookies, or fill your Thermomix Doughnuts with it.
Ingredients- 500 gr Fresh Root Ginger, peeled and roughly chopped
- 1 Apple, peeled and quartered
- 50 gr Lemon Juice
- 250 gr Brown Sugar
Let's make our Ginger MarmeladeGrate ginger and apple 20 Sec. Speed 9. Scrape down sides with spatula.
Add lemon juice and brown sugar, cook 40 Min. 100º Speed 2 with simmering basket upside down on the bowl, to avoid splashes.
If you want a thicker jam give it a few more minutes on Varoma Temp.
My AdviceThe apple can be replaced by a pear, or even a lemon if you like it.
How make Ginger Marmalade without a Thermomixhttp://allrecipes.com/recipe/
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