Oranges in Seville are hard and bitter, not really tasty, but jam made of them is just magnificent and extra delicious.
Oranges grow even everywhere in Seville, but it is almost impossible to eat them, because they are very bitter and tough, so locals make the world famous "Sevillian marmalade".
How to do?
1. You can buy it on the market or in any supermarket.
2. In the fruit ripening season, you can try this delicacy in any establishment with a cup of fragrant coffee or tea.
3. And those who like to cook at home can take a few oranges and prepare a treat at home :) Home confiture is the most delicious.
The jar of jam costs from €1 to €10 depending on the size.
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