We love Selville Marmalade & Meyer Lemon marmalade. The recipe fit right in with my holiday baking.
When I was a kid,we had a Selville Marmalade tree in our back yard. We didn't know what it was until years later. All we knew was the orange was bitter. Once we learned it made a great marmadaled there weren't many oranges left on the tree to rot.
Once the Safeway market up on the mountain had some for sale for 10 cents a pound. I didn't tell the manager he had a gold mine. When they didn't sell, he sold them to me for a 1 cent a pound.
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- 1 1/2 tsp
- freshly grated orange zest or lemon zest
- egg (slightly beaten)
- 1/2 c
- bakers sugar
- 1/3 c
- butter, not quite room temp.
- 1 tsp
- orange or lemon juice powder (i get mine at king arthur)
- 3 Tbsp
- orange or lemon marmalade...you can use any flavor you like
- 1 c
- all purpose flour
- 1/2 tsp
- baking powder
- 1/3 tsp
- powdered sugar for dusting or make a citrus icing
1Fluff the flour, salt and baking powder together in a bowl with a whisk. Set aside.
2Cream butter and sugar. Add the egg and grated orange or lemon zest. Add the powder orange or lemon juice and mix in. Add the marmalade and the beat until light.
3Add the flour mixture to the butter mixture and mix well.
4Grease cookie sheets. Preheat oven to 400*. Drop by a teaspoon the dough on to prepared cookie sheets. Bake until lightly golden brown. Let set on cookie sheets a few minutes then remove to cut paper bag to cool completely. Sprinkle with powdered sugar.
5I have made a Lime Marmalade and use this recipe for Lime Marmalade cookies.
You can use any Marmalade, fruit butter or Jam you like. Try using Cranberry Marmalade for the holidays.