Marmalade
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British pronunciation/mˈɑːmɐlˌe‍ɪd/
American pronunciation/ˈmɑɹməˌɫeɪd/
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a sweetened food made from cooked lemons, oranges, etc., used as a spread or filling

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Marmalade is a sweet and tangy preserve made from citrus fruits, typically oranges, lemons, or grapefruits, along with sugar and sometimes water. It has a soft and spreadable texture with small pieces of fruit peel suspended throughout, giving it a distinctive texture and flavor. Marmalade is commonly used as a spread for toast, English muffins, or scones, adding a burst of citrusy sweetness to breakfast or snack time. It can also be used as a filling for cakes, tarts, or cookies, or as a glaze for meats and poultry.

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