Orange marmalade makes a great ingredient; here are some ways to use it in cooking.
It’s a great base for a basting sauce or glaze. Thin it with orange juice to baste chicken or pork, or with Grand Marnier to glaze duck. Mix it with Dijon mustard and use it to coat chicken pieces before baking. scrapcatb melts orange marmalade in a saucepan with soy sauce, freshly grated ginger, and a bit of sesame oil, and glazes broiled salmon or scallops with the mixture.
coll likes to add orange marmalade to butternut squash soup.
scrapcatb makes fresh cranberry relish with orange marmalade: grind 12 oz. cranberries in a food processor or with a food grinder, and mix with 1/2 cup each marmalade and sugar.
For sweets, try adding marmalade to bread pudding, or mixing it with farmers cheese to use as a stuffing for blintzes or crepes. Warmed marmalade with orange segments over thick, creamy yogurt makes a delicious dessert, says huruta. Kagey recommends a simple Nigella Lawson recipe for chocolate orange cake made with marmalade.