Too Bitter Grapefruit Marmalade
My husband has made some really excellent batches of various marmalades using the Blue Chair Fruit cookbook recipes and techniques. He recently made some grapefruit marmalade that is extremely bitter. The lesson learned is that we should have tried the juice before cooking up this huge batch. Anyone have any recommendations for what we could do with all this marmalade (20 jars). Only thing I can potentially think of is mixing it with some super sweet jam like cherry or something along those lines. Surely there is something more creative and nice that we could do.
Another poster had a similar question recently. Here is the thread:
Adding a very small amount of salt and then some non-bitter fruit concentrate seemed to do the trick. Grapefruit always has a little twinge of bitterness, but something like orange (concentrate or jam) could work without completely overpowering the grapefruit flavor.