Dec 06, 2017 · It’s the chunkier version of jelly, with more pieces of actual fruit in it and a slightly looser, spoonable texture. Here, chopped or pureed fruit is cooked with sugar, so pieces of the fruit .... "/>
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Jul 15, 2021 · Marmalade is also smooth and chunky because of the rind. Jelly has a unique jiggling texture. All three have sugar in them. Jelly has pectin powder added to it, whereas the other two use the pectin that is naturally present in fruits. Jam is the sweetest to taste, jelly a bit less sweet, while the marmalade is bittersweet..
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