We filled 2 buckets and she insisted to carry them up the hill, home. Her little arms straining, but her stamina and perseverance did not let her give up, at it is quite a steep way up, until she had them right at the door. They were standing around a few days as other task were on the menu. I juiced them and cooked them into Jelly instead of Marmalade.
the big ones weighed 400 g
I made 2 liters of juice, these were quite juicy, as generally Sevilles are not as juicy.
The jelly turned out well, a tart sweetness with a hint of bitterness.
2 liters Seville orange juice,
1,2 kg white sugar, cooking time about 40 minutes. I think if one used commercial pectin the cooking time would be around 20 min.
A small bag filled with some pips from the oranges, the pips help to produce the pectin.
The jelly just got the right consistency , perfect....I am amazed myself!
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