Oranges and Lemons
Posted by treehugger at 03/12/2008
I have been given a HUGE bag of Oranges and Lemons and I'm wondering what to do with them all. Besides slicing 'em and freezing 'em or putting them in gin and tonic I'm at a loss.
Any suggestions greatly appreciated.
I was thinking about Lemon curd but I don't eat eggs.
Tatiana at 03/12/2008 17:20:27
kindlizard at 03/12/2008 23:01:24
Do you have a juicer?
treehugger at 03/13/2008 04:24:42
Marmalade's a good idea - I guess you just use less sugar if not using Seville Oranges would that be right?
*goes off to google
darky_ at 03/13/2008 08:46:08
Use them to make loads of fancy cakes, muffins and teas and stuff........hehehe I mean make a load of stuff to freeze.,... You like orange and lemony cakes? I do! :P
treehugger at 03/13/2008 13:00:06
I ended up making Marmalade!
I'm gonna post it in the recipe section so y'all just have to nip on over there.
Tatiana at 03/13/2008 15:39:03
Chia at 03/29/2008 23:23:13
Then fill glass with filtered water, and add agave (or sweetener of choice).
Voila: lemonade for one!
ViolinCyndee at 05/11/2008 20:08:35
treehugger at 07/08/2008 08:28:30
Katylynn2000 at 07/10/2008 10:14:00
OMG - they are amazing!
Tatiana at 07/10/2008 14:46:02
JasonMonroe at 10/27/2008 13:19:46
Quasi Vegetarian at 10/27/2008 19:58:55
I know that I am a wee late for this topic, but I have got to tell you this. Take two of the lemons and juice them. Then two or three Granny Smith apples, and juice them. Mix them together and you will have some of the best lemonade on the face of the planet. Not only does it taste great, but there is nothing in it but fresh fruit juice. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. If you have a mind to it also makes a great mixer. But I am not much of a drinker. My pals who do say it is great with Captain Morgan Spice Rum.
joe88 at 02/17/2009 23:50:44
The person should know how to cook. This is an interesting thought.