Marmalade from Leftovers – Respect Food

Marmalade from Leftovers

Sometimes we forget about the fruits we buy. They sit around for a long time and are left to rot. At this point, if your apples and bananas have started to overripen, we have sweet recipes for you.

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Apple Marmalade
1.5 Kg Apples
1 Kg Granulated Sugar
1 Lemon Juice
Cinnamon to taste
Banana Marmalade
6 large bananas
1, 1/4 cups granulated sugar
2 tablespoon brown sugar
2 juice of limes
2 tablespoon water
1/2 teaspoon dark rum
1 teaspoon vanilla extract


FOR APPLE MARMALADE: If your leftover apples are already sliced, put them in a pot and boil them in water.

FOR BANANA MARMALADE: Slice the bananas and add the lemon juice.

FOR APPLE MARMALADE: Put them through a sieve with a fork. Put the sieved apples back in the pot and add the sugar. Boil them until thickened.

FOR BANANA MARMALADE: Add all the ingredients except for dark rum and vanilla extract to a pot and bring them to a boil.

FOR APPLE MARMALADE: Add the juice of the lemon and continue boiling for a short while.

FOR BANANA MARMALADE: After boiling, remove the marmalade from the pot and add dark rum and vanilla extract.

FOR APPLE MARMALADE: Add cinnamon to taste. Put them in jars and let them cool. Once cooled, close their lids tightly and keep in a cool, dry place to enjoy at your leisure.

FOR BANANA MARMALADE: Put the mixture through the blender and let it cool. Your marmalade is ready.