When you have many fresh apples you can mash the apples into a sauce to create an easy apple marmalade. Apple marmalade is a fruit preserve that is most commonly spread over bread like a jelly. The marmalade is also known for containing the peel of an lemon, which helps to give its distinct flavor. With few ingredients you can make enough apple marmalade to fill a large jar, and the recipe also requires little preparation.
Use a sharp knife to slice eight fuji apples, and remove the core. Keep in mind that you will need at least 4 cups of applesauce, and you can add more apples if necessary.
Add the sliced applies to a large pot, and then add 1/4 cup of water. Cook on medium heat and then cover.
Continue cooking until the apples are soft, and stir the melted apples. Continue cooking the mixture on simmer.
Peel three lemons using a peeler, and then grate the lemon rind. Add the grated rind, 2 cups of sugar and the juice of the three lemons to the mixture.
Bring the mixture to a boil, stirring regularly. Remove the pot from the heat, and then add a 1/2 bottle of fruit pectin to the pot.
Stir until the mixture becomes thick and well blended. Let the mixture cool for at least a half hour, and then store in your refrigerator overnight in an airtight container.