Underneath the golden husk a delicious physalis is hidden. The bitter-sweet taste is great just eaten out of hand, but even better when made into a marmalade. This physalis marmalade is a wonderful addition to desserts and pastries.
- 300 g Physalis
- Juice of 4 lemons
- 1 bag Vanilla sugar
- 500 g Jam sugar
Start with ridding of the paper husk of each physalis. Now wash the berries and cut them in halves. Combine all ingredients in bowl and puree the mixture. Put the mixture in a pan and bring it to boil, while keep stirring it. Let the jam boil for at least 4 minutes and do not forget to keep stirring. Fill the finished physalis marmalade into jars and seal them while the marmalade is still hot. The marmalade is a wonderful addition to desserts and pastries.