The Christmas Recipes – Part 27

The Christmas Recipes – Part 27

Candied Clementine Slices / Kandiserte Klementinskiver

Candied Clementine Slices / Kandiserte Klementinskiver

Oat Macaroons / Havremakroner

Oat Macaroons / Havremakroner


Clementine Charlotte Malakoff / Klementin Charlotte Malakoff

A classic dessert recipe with a twist found in
“Harrods Cookery Book” published in 1985

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A tempting dessert flavored with clementines and orange liqueur. The final result looks as spectacular as it tastes. If clementines are out of season, use tangerines.


Candied Clementine Slices / Kandiserte Klementinskiver

A Christmas sweet with long traditions from TescoRealFood142_candied clementine_post

Candied fruits have a tradition in Europe as Christmas sweets that goes all the way back to medieval times and even though clementine is a fairly new fruit on the market historically speaking they fit this tradition perfectly. Small and neat, with a thin peel and delicious balance between acidity and sweetness.

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Christmas Spiced Clemencello / Julekrydret Clemencello

A very Christmassy vodka based clementine liqueur from

The Clemencello can be served chilled over ice as an aperitif or use as the base for a Champagne cocktail: pour a little clemencello into a Champagne glass and top up with Champagne or Prosecco with a twist of clementine peel to decorate.

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Spice Boiled Clementines / Krydderkokte Klementiner

A fresh and delicious Christmas dessert found on
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A clementine (Citrus ×clementina) is a hybrid between a mandarin and a sweet orange, so named in 1902. The exterior is a deep orange colour with a smooth, glossy appearance. Clementines can be separated into 7 to 14 segments. They tend to be very easy to peel, like a tangerine, but are almost always seedless.

Clementines are very popular in Norway, specially around Christmas and I admit I have already bought 2,5 kg in a nice wooden crate. They’re gone, it took two days 😉

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