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Buddha's Hand and 5 Great Ways to Use It

Ten of the World's Most Exotic Fruits - How many have you seen or tasted?

Ten of the World's Most Exotic Fruits - How many have you seen or tasted?

I love fruits of all kinds. Do you? Besides apples and oranges, I like tropical fruits and many of them are considered "exotic" by most people. While I have had many exotic fruits, there are some that I haven't even heard of. If you are a fan...

Buddha Hand-strangest looking citrus fruit I have ever seen!  Great for zesting  and used in marmalades and sauces

Buddha Hand-strangest looking citrus fruit I have ever seen! Great for zesting and used in marmalades and sauces

Buddha's Hand, a.k.a. fingered citron, is a crazy looking citrus fruit and a lovely lemon-like floral aroma. See how to use it here.

Just What Is This Crazy Thing?

Buddha's Hand, a.k.a. fingered citron, is a crazy looking citrus fruit and a lovely lemon-like floral aroma. See how to use it here.

"Buddhacello": liqueur made from Buddha's Hand Citron; & Candied Buddha's Hand and Buddha's Hand simple syrup.

"Buddhacello": liqueur made from Buddha's Hand Citron; & Candied Buddha's Hand and Buddha's Hand simple syrup.

Buddha's Hand and Thai Basil Cocktail 1 oz Hangar One Buddha’s hand vodka 1 1/2 oz Manzanilla sherry 1/2 oz lemon juice 1/2 oz Buddha’s hand cordial 1/2 oz sparkling water 5 larg...

Buddha's Hand and Thai Basil Cocktail

Buddha's Hand and Thai Basil Cocktail 1 oz Hangar One Buddha’s hand vodka 1 1/2 oz Manzanilla sherry 1/2 oz lemon juice 1/2 oz Buddha’s hand cordial 1/2 oz sparkling water 5 larg...

One of our favorite things to make with Buddha’s Hand Citron is this wonderfully delicious marmalade, tarted up with a little help from another sweet citrus, the Meyer Lemon.  This is simply one of the best marmalades we’ve ever tasted, and we’re not just saying that because we made it ourselves.  Easy to make, it’s even easier to eat.  Try it slathered on everything from toasted English Muffins to tender crepes to fresh-baked scones.

One of our favorite things to make with Buddha’s Hand Citron is this wonderfully delicious marmalade, tarted up with a little help from another sweet citrus, the Meyer Lemon. This is simply one of the best marmalades we’ve ever tasted, and we’re not just saying that because we made it ourselves. Easy to make, it’s even easier to eat. Try it slathered on everything from toasted English Muffins to tender crepes to fresh-baked scones.

15 Tropical fruits (and a bit about them and how to eat them): Buddha's hand, Miracle fruit (changes the way you taste for 30-90 minutes...), Kiwano melon, Ugli fruit, Durian, Jabuticaba (Brazilian Grape Tree), Monster fruit, Aguaje fruit, Noni fruit, Custard apple ("the most delicious fruit known to man"), Bread fruit, Safou (buttery and creamy like the avocado... also known as Butter fruit), Akebi fruit, Cupuacu (creamy cocoa and pineapple taste), and the Ackee.

15 Tropical fruits (and a bit about them and how to eat them): Buddha's hand, Miracle fruit (changes the way you taste for 30-90 minutes...), Kiwano melon, Ugli fruit, Durian, Jabuticaba (Brazilian Grape Tree), Monster fruit, Aguaje fruit, Noni fruit, Custard apple ("the most delicious fruit known to man"), Bread fruit, Safou (buttery and creamy like the avocado... also known as Butter fruit), Akebi fruit, Cupuacu (creamy cocoa and pineapple taste), and the Ackee.

Buddha's Hand Citron  Use in jam or as an ornamental

Introducing . . . Buddha's Hand

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