How to cook with mandarins
Easy to peel and nutritious, mandarins makes a healthy fast food.
Picked straight from the tree, it’s an ideal fit for a school lunch box, and it’s not messy to eat.
An attractive tree with glossy foliage and perfumed flowers, this citrus doesn’t grow overly tall, so it’s suitable for large and small gardens.
You can use it as a feature tree or plant several to form a screen.
If you have the space to grow a couple of different cultivars with varying harvest periods, you will be picking mandarins for months.
These two delicious recipes are unique ways you can use mandarins in the kitchen. Click the images below to see the full recipe.