Yeah ..it’s raining oranges around here, so I’m locking some up…in a jar 😀
Another one (just to validate my crazy) 😀
Moroccan Salt Preserved Citrus: Blood Oranges and Meyer Lemons
via Julia @ Once Upon a Blog ♡
Have you ever wondered how to preserve citrus fruits for when they are no longer in season? You can, of course, peel and preserve orange segments and grapefruit segments. But, what about lemons? There’s not really much call for canning lemon segments. So, what do you do with them? Well, here’s one way to preserve citrus fruits other than peeling and segmenting them for canning.
You start with your bags of fruit, wide-mouthed canning jars, and kosher salt.
Put a layer of kosher salt in the bottom of a pint canning jar. Make the layer about 1/2 inch or so deep.
Now slice up your fruit, in this case lemons.
Place a slice of lemon on top of the salt in the canning jar. Sprinkle more salt on top of the slice to coat.
Repeat layers of fruit and salt until you reach the top of the jar. Place the…
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