ChatterBank4 mins ago
Made marmalade and put it in jars. Realised that it was too bitter, so decanted it into preserving pan, heated it through and added another bag of sugar. The peel is nice and soft and the sweetness is just right now, with the right consistency. I let it stand for a short while. However upon putting the marmalade in clean jars again, there are a huge number of tiny bubbles throughout, which gives it a cloudy appearance. I then tried sterilising the outside of the jars in the dishwasher to see if the marmalade altered. Any tried and tested thoughts of how to remedy this situation please? Previously, I have made a dozen jars and the first batch burnt! It is the reheating that seems to have affected the results, as in previous years I have been successful.
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