Orange Marmalade Thermomix


I love filling my pancakes with Thermomix orange marmalade. However, let's face it, orange marmalade also tastes great on rusks. Definitely less caloric and equally tasty. :-)

I often stock up on oranges in winter. Oranges are very rich in vitamin C and, therefore, we always have several kilos shipped from Sicily or Calabria to make the juices. When I have many, many, then I also prepare the marmalade.

Children generally don't like orange marmalade very much. Too harsh for them. They definitely prefer strawberry jam more. As a child, I thought so too, growing up, however, I also learned to appreciate different jams, such as kiwi jam (which you can prepare in this winter period).

I also like to experiment with new jams like sugar-free apricot jam.

I used this jam to prepare a fabulous tart with orange and chocolate marmalade, which is also perfect to dispose of chocolate eggs ;-).

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Good cooking with Thermomix orange marmalade!


- 1000 g of oranges
- 700 g of sugar

Let's cook

Peel 1000 g of oranges and remove the seeds.

Put the oranges together with 700 g of sugar in the mixing bowl and cook for 30 Min. 100C Speed 1.

Then, thickens 30 Min. Temp. Varoma Speed 1.

To avoid jam splashes, place the basket on top of the mixing bowl.

After cooking, you can consume the jam immediately or you can put it in jars for storage.

Put the jam in well washed glass jars and close them tightly. Put them in a tall pan and fill it with water up to the neck of the jars.

Boil for 20 Min. to sterilize the jam.


You can vary the amount of sugar.

Translated from the Marmellata di Arance
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