C is for Chinese Oranges

Definition of CHINESE ORANGE

1
: a kumquat (Fortunella japonica) having globular fruit
2
: a vivid yellowish pink to strong reddish orange that is very slightly redder than capucine red —called also Japanese yellow
Yay! And finally after a long long wait ours just turned into these warm amber beauties. I got the plant many many months back and have been waiting patiently ever since for it to bear fruit.


And now for a little thinking…write to me if you have some wonderful recipes. 
Mmm…will they be a part of a marmalade or simply candied? Or how about soaking them in rum? 🙂



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One Response to C is for Chinese Oranges

  1. sneh February 11, 2012 at 9:41 am #

    Hi even I am looking desperately for a recipe to use them for last few years. Pl post one if you have any.
    sneh

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