How To Can Mandarin Oranges

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There are two very good reasons why I love mandarin oranges, they are easy to peel and they are seedless too. As much as I love eating them fresh, often times I am left with more than I can eat. That is why I decided to look into how to can mandarin oranges.

The nice thing about this method is that you can use it for other citrus fruit too. It is simple enough anyone should be able to adopt it at home in their own kitchen.

How To Can Mandarin Oranges
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • mason jars
  • canning lids and rings
  • brown sugar
  • water bath canner
  • offset spatula
  • knife

Make sure your canning jars, lids and rings are washed and clean before you begin. The mandarin oranges must be peeled. You can choose to pull them apart into segments or just leave them whole it is up to you.

The syrup is two parts water to one part sugar, make as much as you need. The actual canning process is about 15 minutes in the water bath canner. Sealed cans can be stored for up to 9 months in a cool dark place.

You can follow step by step instructions on the Arctic Garden Studio blog, here…

How To Can Mandarin Oranges


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