The yuzu is a citrus originating in China. It is similar to a small grapefruit with swollen skin. Its flesh is bitter and full of seeds. It has a grapefruit flavor with hints of green mandarin.
The yuzu is Asian citrus scent in its purest form. It is used for cooking and not for eating directly.
El yuzu in the kitchen:
When it is green: It is used to garnish salads, pastry, and is also used in vinaigrettes and sauces. It presents a delicious spicy flavor.
When the yuzu is ripe and yellow: To accompany fish and meat, make infusions, jams, sweets, sorbets, and liqueurs.
Juice: Used to create traditional sauces in Japanese food.
Yuzu collection calendar: