Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 10 min
Total time: 20 min
Yield: 4 servings
Using marmalade in a dressing allows you to put citrus, a little sweetness and the distinctive flavor of the preserve into a salad with one swoop of the spoon. If you’re not already a marmalade aficionado, this salad might also be a nice entry point. Marmalades range in flavor and texture, so your dressing will vary, depending on which sort you choose. Some are more sweet, others more bitter. Those marked “thick cut” or “coarse cut” include delicious pieces of toothsome rind in the mix. Frank Cooper's Vintage Oxford Marmalade is my favorite and the one that my mom raised me on. It appeals to palates that prefer bitter over sweet. Use the marmalade you like best.
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