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Author Notes: Inspired by the small calamondin orange and limequat trees in my dining room window that continue to produce copious amounts of tiny fruit. —Monkey Queen
Makes 2 cups
- 25 calamondin oranges
- 5 Limequats
- 2 cups cane sugar
- 2 cups water
- Slice calamondin oranges and limequats in half and remove seeds, thinly slice and set aside. Do not peel fruit.
- Add sugar and water to sauce pan and then add fruit and allow to simmer till rind of fruit is translucent and a thermometer reads 220 degrees.
- Transfer to a glass jar and refrigerate till set.
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Citrus Recipe
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