The recipe is fantastic. The flavor is hard to discribe. The first thing that hits you, is the pucker power of the lemons followed imediately by the sweetness and cinnamon. The hardest part is peeeling the apples. I hate peeling anything. We will be making more for our use and Christmas presents.
Yummy. We added a little less sugar and the marmalade is less stiff but not so sweet. This would be great on ice cream as it tastes like apple pie filling.
This is really good I made two batches for Christmas gifts. The first batch I made as per directions and it came out really lemony, very good, but much more lemony than I expected. The lemon overpowered the apples. The second batch I got the tablespoon of lemon juice from the lemon I cut up, instead of in addtion to it. This batch definitely highlights both flavors very well.
This is fantastic, delicious and easy to make, thank you!
I made this recipe and it was good but the next time I make it, I plan a few changes. I will grind the lemon so that it is in smaller pieces and add it as the apples are cooking so that it isn't so hard. Also cut the apples in smaller pieces. Otherwise very good way to use up apples. We have a tree and I used windfalls for this recipe.
Very good and easy instructions. Thanks so much!!!
This was absolutely fantastic! We have a small apple orchard and try lots of different ways to preserve apples. The was by far the best one. Everytime I've served it I get rave reviews. Thanks for a real winner!
I recently introduced my mum to this recipe and she loves it too! She has 3 apple trees and is contantly trying to come up with ways to use the apples come autumn - she doesn't like making chutney as it takes too long, this is perfect for her since you can make the whole thing in about an hour (including apple peeling time!) Brilliant!
Wow! What a wonderful taste! I was a little unsure but tried anyways. Gave out one jar in each of the homemade gift baskets last christmas. Great on taost. Also used to glaze a ham and pork chops, just wonderful.