Weekend roundup redux: Slow Cooked tomato lemon marmalade + giveaway

Tomato MarmaladeIn last Monday’s Weekend Roundup I promised to share my Tomato Lemon Marmalade recipe later in the week. The week got away from me and I completely forgot so I’m making it up this Monday.

This was my first time making homemade jam/marmalade. Fortunately this recipe is so simple anyone can have fresh homemade marmalade in just a few hours. You want to know my secret? The crockpot of course. As you know I am an avid fan of the workhorse that is the crockpot. Cook’s of any skill level can use a crockpot since it does all the work so you don’t have to. Save for the slicing and dicing of the ingredients; all you dois set it and forget it. Really!

Check out the recipe below and to enter yourself into my latest giveaway by clicking this Rafflecopter link and win a bag of my Vanilla Oat Banana Bread baking mix

Slow Cooked Tomato Lemon Marmalade
6 medium ripe tomatoes peeled and chopped
5 Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored and chopped
4 lemons peeled seeded and chopped
5 cup organic cane sugar
8 whole cloves
1 cinnamon sick
dash of nutmeg
zest on one lemon
1 tbsp ground ginger
1 tbsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp vanilla
2 tbsp chia seeds

Check out a simple canning tutorial courtesy of Youtube + Allrecipes
▪    Add tomatoes, apples, lemons and 4 cups of sugar to crockpot set to high. Let mixture cook for 1 hour 15 minutes then add cloves, nutmeg, lemon zest, 1 cup of sugar, ginger, cinnamon, cinnamon stick and vanilla. Cook for another hour then add chia seeds.
▪    Set to low and cook down another 30-45 minutes.
▪    Allow marmalade to cool completely before canning.

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Photo credit: Butterflies & Me

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6 thoughts

  1. i cannot wait to try this recipe our tomatoes are no longer in season but will pick up ingredients at friends place at the farmers market thank goodness he now has stands closer to where i live and a health food store 8 miles away

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  2. I’ve made tomato jam before, absolutely amazing. Although my recipe was significantly different, it was made with whole cherry tomatoes. I may have to give this recipe a try. I’m not sure what the difference between jam and marmalade is, but I know jelly is made from juice rather than whole fruit.

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