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Sinature Organic Seville Orange

100g £0.36
250g £0.89
500g £1.78
1kg £3.55
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Ingredients

Organic Seville Orange ingredients: Organic Seville Oranges

About Organic Seville Orange

Seville orange (or bigarade) is a widely-known, particularly tart/bitter orange which is now grown throughout the Mediterranean region. It has a thick, dimpled skin, and is prized for making marmalade, being higher in pectin than the sweet orange, and therefore giving a better set and a higher yield. It is also used in compotes and for orange-flavoured liqueurs.

Seville Oranges are NOT suitable for snacking on (unless you have a taste for quite a bitter, sharp and sour snack!). Oranges are an excellent source of vitamin C, a very good source of dietary fibre and a good source of B vitamins, vitamin A, calcium and potassium. They are excellent for adding flavour in baking or preserves.

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Customer reviews

I have ordered these Seville oranges a few times now. I’ve always been pleased with the freshness and quality which make for an excellent marmalade. Real Foods seem to be one of the first places to have them in stock during the short season. Highly recommended.

By Guy on 19/12/2022

They were Perfect! real ones :) the taste and smell was awesome. very nice packaging. I am going to order more.

By A Customer on 04/03/2020

Perfect! original Seville oranges. I received them fresh and in perfect state!

By A Customer on 21/02/2020

First time customer.  Ordered these hoping they would be o.k.    Outcome - they are not o.k., they are absolutely excellent!!  Really really pleased with these fresh and wonderful Seville Oranges and have made some lovely Marmalade.  Would really recommend!

By A Customer on 12/01/2018

I bought some of these oranges for making marmalade and made some of the finest marmalade ever! It is so much nicer to make your own marmalade and know exactly what has gone into it.

By Simon Jackson on 08/04/2015

Why not try one of our healthy recipes using this product

Orange Marmalade

Summary: Orange Marmalade

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Lime and Ginger Seville Orange Marmalade Recipe

Summary: Seville Oranges are only in season for a few weeks in January. This year, try your hand at making your own Seville Orange Marmalade and we promise it will be worth the effort, because you simply can't beat homemade marmalade. And why not flavour it with lime and ginger ? You really do need to buy them Organic, as you will be eating the peel. Note on sugar : Most traditional recipes call for a 1:2 ratio of Seville oranges to sugar. But that produces a fairly sweet marmalade. We find that a 1:1 ratio of oranges to sugar, the same ratio as for jam, is enough to preserve the marmalade, and produces enough sweetness, providing you enjoy the slight bitterness, and you are cutting the sugar content by half ! But if you prefer a sweeter marmalade, please feel free to use a 1:1,5 or even the traditional 1:2 fruit to sugar ratio. Depending on how much sugar you use, this recipe will give you 3 to 6 standard jam jars.

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