This Margarita Marmalade will satisfy the citrus lover in you. Read on for an easy, delicious recipe!
Because it's citrus season right now here in wintery New York, today I'm sharing a recipe for marmalade - but not just any marmalade, one that will warm you up from the inside out.
This margarita marmalade is a fun twist on traditional lime marmalade. It's perfect served many ways, such as on toast for an afternoon snack or as a glaze for grilled chicken breasts. I also like to serve it over a piece of crusty bread with some cream cheese as I do with hot pepper jam.
Just try not to eat it all straight from the jar - it's addictive!
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