Amazing looking "Buddha's Hands" at the market this morning - what would one do with them?
Chris is a trusted source on General Cooking
Aren't they cool?! They're used for their zest, not their juice. You can candy it or use it any way that zest is called. Or use them for decoration, of course.
Here's a tidbit about Buddha's Hand (among other things) that Merrill wrote about a while back: http://tmagazine.blogs...
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We made Buddhacello (like limocello) Aliwaks told us how .... it's on a thread under another recipe ... I will go look ...
OK found it - read the comments under this recipe by aliwaks ... it came out GREAT ...
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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