The Difference Between Jam and Marmalade
Preserves of jams and Marmalade are a quintessential part of a breakfast or an afternoon tea. You can buy all of these in any supermarket, often quite cheaply. However, going for homemade ones is a delight when you offer them to friends and family.
Do you know the differences between them?
What is Jam?
– Jam is always made from the whole or cut fruits, cooked to a pulp with sugar, producing a thick, fruity, spread. Jam is slathered onto toast, fresh scones, or used as a base for tarts.
What is Marmalade?
– Marmalade is similar to jam but made only from bitter Seville oranges.
I myself love both of them, how about you?