The No Peel Seville Orange Marmalade product has been discontinued.
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the best ever”
this is by far he best marmalade I have ever tasted. Our family prefer "no peel" and this is so tangy and easy to make. It is nice to "make your own" and I don't tell anyone that I cheat a little - who wants to peel piles of oranges when this is so good.
Published 03 04 2014
No Peel welcome”
I have made my first batch of No peel orange marmalade using my tefel jam maker. All went well,tested for setting twice. within 40 mins had made enough to sell at our charity coffee morning which sold well. Hope my customers come back for more, now have regular requests and sell all the varieties of Home Cook perserve available from lakeland. I also have a core of people recycling jars to give to me. Saturday we raised £100 for our Healing Gardens Charity from our sales table only.
Published 04 03 2013
This review is for an older version of this product
Lovely and easy to make”
by Mrs Bridge
I have never made any kind of jam before but this was so easy to make. The instructions are easy to follow and the marmalade tastes amazing not too sour. Was a huge hit with my 2 and 3 year olds who love this now on their toast after trying some of mine. Will definitely buy again and will make for family to go in hampers at Christmas time. Going to try the lemon next to make my mum for mothers day :)
Published 01 03 2013
by jackie gibson
Have made two lots now - one lemon and one orange no peel. Really pleased - easy to follow, simple instructions and it does set really well. Love the lemon but as I am a bit of a wimp with really bitter marmalade, at the end I added two teaspons of orange extract and wow, what a difference it made. Dont know why it worked but not as bitter and gives it a real tang. Really impressed (and guess what people are getting for christmas!)
Published 05 11 2012
Lovely if you want to make something a bit different”
If you want to make something out of the ordinary, especially as a gift, try adding very ripe kiwi fruit at the start of the cooking process and if you like cranberries try them (dried and reconstituted in orange juice) with the strawberry conserve puree. Something different and attractive for people who say they don't like jam!
Published 29 10 2012
Good in some ways but not in others.”
Being diabetic and hating peal, I contacted Lakeland as to whether or not you could substitute the sugar element for granulated sweetener instead. They couldn't say for sure so I thought I'd give it a go.Well, you can ! I used a sweetener and did indeed make marmalade ! However, this kit does NOT make 6lbs of marmalade, more like half the amount ! That was v. disappointing as also purchased the jars and half of them weren' needed.Consistency of marmalade is a little runnier too but that could be down to the sweetener, still thick enough to stay on toast though! Not sure if I'd use again as a bit costly.
Published 31 07 2012
A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review and trying the sweetener. We've checked and when the sweetener is used it will reduce in the end amount. It's also recommended to keep the marmalade in the fridge and consume within a month.
Well what a difference from the strawberry version! This is lovely orange marmalade ideal for those who prefer it without the bits. Lovely orange flavour and sets perfectly!
Published 20 07 2012