Date published: Monday, July 06, 2015 Author: Joanna M. Comments: 0
What happens when you cross a tangerine with a grapefruit? Drum roll please...Tangelos!
Tangelos are a winter fruit and at their best in July and August. Like all citrus fruits they are high in vitamin C but they will also supply your diet with beneficial fibre and potassium. They are easy to peel, refreshingly sweet and very juicy.
How to pick:
The skin should be shiny and a rich deep orange colour. Avoid tangelos that appear shrunken and have wrinkled skin.
How to store:
Can be stored in the fridge if you like eating them cold or in a fruit bowl away from direct sunlight.
How to prepare:
Best eaten on their own as a healthy snack they are a great substitute for oranges in baking.
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