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Maud’s Carrot Marmalade (VRP 151)

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Maud’s Carrot Marmalade

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Maud's Carrot Marmalade

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Maud’s Carrot Marmalade Recipe

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Maud’s Carrot Marmalade

Mauds Carrot Marmalade

Maud's Carrot Marmalade (VRP 151)

Ingredients

  • 2 cups grated carrots
  • 2 large or 3 small oranges
  • 3 cups granulated sugar
  • piece of lemon

Instructions

  1. Grate carrots, orange, and lemon rind
  2. Remove all white peeling left on orange and simmer it in little water while preparing carrots
  3. Cut pulp of oranges and lemons into small pieces
  4. Allow carrots to cook adding strained water from white part of oranges to carrots and just enough more water to keep from burning
  5. Boil until tender then add orange pulp and sugar and boil till clear

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John Stolarczyk

Wednesday 22nd of December 2021

What date is Mauds Carrot Marmalade

John Stolarczyk

Wednesday 22nd of December 2021

Is there a date associated with Maud’s Carrot Marmalade Recipe Card Front? Also is it transcribed anywhere?

John Stolarczyk

Tuesday 28th of December 2021

@Vintage Recipe Project, looks more like 1800's to me, if it were 40's or later they would have given some timings. Look at the other carrot marmalades I have found here - http://www.carrotmuseum.co.uk/marmalade.html

and it's nothing like the WW2 recipes from that period either.

Vintage Recipe Project

Wednesday 22nd of December 2021

I just transcribed it and we do not have a date. By the card and ink, I would assume 1940-60s.

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