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Made with Sicilian bitter orange—also known as Seville orange—this marmalade has an intense, penetrating and almost spicy flavor. Spread it on crusty pieces of toast or use it in a tart. Alternatively, mix it with red pepper flakes and vinegar for a delicious chutney to accompany any grilled meat.
About Marchesi di San Giuliano
At San Giuliano, the fruit orchards have been organically managed since the 1980s. The clementines are hand-harvested during the last weeks of November, when the fruit is mature and at the peak of sweetness. The recipe for the marmalade has remained unchanged for generations.
Made entirely by hand in small batches using only the finest of the freshly picked fruit, the clementines are first sliced and marinated in cold water overnight. The next day, the fruit is slowly cooked down and sugar added. No thickeners or preservatives are ever used.