What to do with all those limes?

Some of you have been very creative in using the limes we got in our baskets. As the lime invasion continues, here are 3 recipes to get rid of them all.

1 – Candied limes in olive oil

Can be kept 1 year

Step 1

Rinse and dry the lemons.

Step 2

Cut them into 1/2 cm thick slices. Put them in a sieve, sprinkle with salt.

Step 3

Let it drain for 12 hours.

Step 4

Wipe them dry and store them in successive layers in a jar.

Step 5

Add 3 or 4 cloves and a bay leaf (optional).

Step 6

Cover with olive oil.

Step 7

Close tightly and store in the refrigerator in a cool place.

Step 8

To be consumed only after 6 to 8 days.

To use in Tajines, fish dishes…

Thanks to Isabelle for the recipe and photo!

2- Lime juice ice cubes

In case of urgent need of mojito!

The photo is sufficient, isn’t it?

Thanks to Carine!

3 – The Margarita Mix (Sweet n Sour)

For the perfect Mexican evening!

Equal parts Simple syrup and lime juice (can also use lemon juice)

Simple syrup:

Equal parts water and sugar. Put water in a pan and bring to a soft boil, add sugar and stir util sugar dissolves completely. Let cool to room temperature.

Combine lime juice and simple syrup to make the The Margarita Mix (Sweet n Sour). Sample it at this point, you may need to dilute this mix with some water.

The liquor mix:

2 parts Tequila – Use your favorite

1 part Orange liqueur such as Cointreau, Triple Sec or Grand Mariner

The Margarita!

In a pitcher mix:

2 parts Margarita mix

1 part liquor mix

Use a lime wedge to wet the edge of your class, dip the glass rim in the salt, add ice cubes, carefully pour the Margarita in the glass without washing the salt off the rim.

Thanks to David for the recipe!

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By Published On: August 10th, 2019Categories: We try