What to do with all that Calamondin fruit???
I have a dozen or so citrus trees that I grow on my deck most of the year. The trees spend the coldest days of winter in the garage coming out only on those above 28 degree days. This year my calamondin has produced a bumper crop. I know what to do with the lemons - squeeze and freeze the juice, make pies and tarts, etc. Grapefruit we eat as it ripens. But what can I do with all those calamondins? Does anyone have any recipes? Can you make marmalade (so many big seeds!)? Can it be substituted for sour orange and be used to make marinades and mojo sauce? Or should I just enjoy the fruit and send it to the compost pile when it starts to rot and fall of the tree? Thanks in advance.