What to do with 4kg of satsumas

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bettybigballs Mon 11-Jan-21 12:41:19

Slight fuck up with online shopping means i'm overflowing with satsumas, anyone got any ideas for what to do with them? I love them but won't be able to get through this pile!

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Baublebox Mon 11-Jan-21 12:54:15

Marmalade? Or maybe a curd?
You can make Clementine cake which I would imagine you can sub satsumas for.
Maybe use to flavour a cheesecake?
O wonder if you could use them to flavour a gin or similar.

Fivemoreminutes1 Mon 11-Jan-21 12:58:01

Marmalade www.waresofknutsford.co.uk/satsuma-marmalade-recipe/

Palavah Mon 11-Jan-21 12:59:28

Download the olio app and give them to neighbours

BrightElastic Mon 11-Jan-21 13:00:10

Satsuma juice is delightful!

bettybigballs Mon 11-Jan-21 13:00:16

Lots of lovely ideas, thank you!

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noodledoodler Mon 11-Jan-21 13:01:52

Stick some into a BIG jar of gin, couple pieces of star anise, cinnamon stick, soon be delicious wink

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FinallyFluid Mon 11-Jan-21 13:03:08

I don't normally have that many on my hands, but when DS was younger I used to section them and freeze them and he would eat them from the freezer as sweets.

averylongtimeago Mon 11-Jan-21 13:05:13

This is lovely- but not good for a diet!
Handy if you need a gluten free cake too.

https://www.nigella.com/recipes/clementine-cake

Gunpowder Mon 11-Jan-21 13:06:25

My mum makes that clementine cake. It’s fabulous.

peak2021 Mon 11-Jan-21 13:06:42

Marmalade or a donation to a food bank if they are taking them (may not be to protect volunteers).

UpShutTheFuck Mon 11-Jan-21 13:14:01

This is lovely thehappyfoodie.co.uk/recipes/clementine-almond-and-olive-oil-cake

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