White Marmalade Sauce

Kathy Griffin


Me and my hubby went on vacation at the first part of this month to Saint Augustine FL. While there we ate at a little bar & grill called Panama Hattie's. Very awesome food. On the menu was fried alligator tail. Alone it was very good but they served it with a sauce they make. This white marmalade sauce, which made it even better. After eating there 3 times in a week I finally got from the cook what it was. Not the amounts or direction but what was in it. So here is my take on it. Goes well with gator tail, fried shrimp and basa ( type of catfish)so I guess it would go well with fish/seafood

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5 Min
No-Cook or Other


1 c
heavy whipping cream
5 Tbsp
orange marmalade
***yep thats it just those 2 things ***


1In a well chilled mixing bowl pour in heavy cream. Beat until stiff.
2Change blades on mixer to the scraper blade and then add in the marmalade. Mix well letting the cream loose some of it's fluff, you want it like a mayo texture.
3Serve with any fried fish or shrimp or fried gator tail.

*** Since this is a sweet sauce it would also go well on berries or pound cake, just a thought***

About White Marmalade Sauce

Course/Dish: Dips, Fruit Sauces, Spreads
Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy