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Cranberry Orange Marmalade

We've taken the traditional flavor of orange marmalade and combined it with the tartness of cranberries. Our Kling House Restaurant places a generous dollop on each of their open-faced chicken salad sandwiches. Also great on grilled chicken or turkey as it's coming off the grill or, remove the top rind of a round of Brie, liberally spread on this marmalade and top with chopped pecans. Bake until the Brie is gooey but still firm. Serve with our old-fashioned crackers for home run appetizer.

  • Spread it on toast, bagels, muffins, and anything else you want to add a burst of sweetness to
  • Elevate your cheese, yogurt, or other dairy products by adding a spoonful of flavorful fruit jelly, jam, preserve or marmalade
  • Add to your store-bought glazes, sauces, and dressings to make them sing!
  • Gluten free
  • Made at Kitchen Kettle Village in Lancaster County, from our own special recipe

Ingredients: Sugar, Corn Syrup, Cranberries, Orange Pulp, Water, Orange Peel (Water, Citric Acid), Pectin.

Manufactured in a facility that handles peanuts, eggs, and soy.

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DESCRIPTION

Serve this at any holiday party.

INGREDIENTS

  • 1/2 pint Kitchen Kettle Apple Cinnamon Jelly
  • 1 pint Kitchen Kettle Cranberry Orange Marmalade
  • 2 liters of Cranberry Ginger Ale (your favorite brand)

INSTRUCTIONS

In a medium-sized bowl, mix Apple Cinnamon Jelly and Cranberry Orange Marmalade together with a spatula. Pour ginger ale into a large pitcher or punch bowl. Slowly add the jelly/marmalade mixture and gently stir. Serve cold. Garnish with fresh apple slices, cranberries, and cinnamon sticks for a festive holiday punch!

Delicious Nov 13, 2016  |  By Heather

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Had this on my sandwich from the Kling cafe...very good and nice change from the plain mayonnaise. Going to purchase as gift, thank you so much for offering your unique tastes on simplicity.

 


YUM! Jan 29, 2019  |  By Wendy Laverty

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I use the Cranberry Orange Marmalade to coat my chicken & baste it. It is absolutely Yummy!

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