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What is the difference between Jams, Marmalades and Jellies?
Jam: A thick mixture of fruit, pectin, and sugar that is boiled gently but quickly until the fruit is soft and has an organic shape, yet is still thick enough that it spreads easily and can form a blob. In addition to being a spread, jams are also good for fillings.
Marmalade: A citrus spread made from the peel and pulp of the fruit. Marmalades are cooked for a long time and have no pectin, and are used as spreads and glazes.
Jelly: Made from sugar, pectin, acid, and fruit juice and is a clear spread that is firm enough to hold its shape. Jellies can also be made from ingredients other than fruit, such as herbs, tea, wine, liqueurs, flowers, and vegetables.
Made of 65 % fruits (decades-long of family tradition), our Sicilian jams/marmalades are the perfect union between the delicious and unique Sicilian fruits and the art of good eating.
Suggested Uses Storage Information A spread bursting with Blueberries! As the name suggests this...
Suggested Uses Storage Information To create this Mandarin Orange Jam, Scyavuru chooses the best...
Suggested Uses Storage Information The Peaches come from the surrounding Bivona (AG) areas and...
Suggested Uses Storage Information The color of the jam is brilliant red and the...