finger limes

Citrus australasica, the Australian finger lime or caviar lime, is a thorny understorey shrub or small tree of lowland subtropical rainforest and rainforest in the coastal border region of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia.
It has edible fruits which are under development as a commercial crop.According to the Swingle system it is not part of the genus Citrus, but in a related genus Microcitrus.

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  1. Morning Glory

    The CookingBites recipe challenge: lemons and/or limes

    Welcome to the CookingBites recipe challenge. The current challenge ingredient is lemons and/or limes* and murphyscreek is our judge. To enter, all you need to do is post a recipe** which uses lemons and/or limes, tag it cookingbites recipe challenge and post a link to it in this thread. The...
  2. flyinglentris

    Recipe Honey Almond Halibut

    Honey Almond Halibut: Ingredients: 1) Halibut fillet - 4 to 6 Oz. 2) Rice (white) - 1/8 cup dry 3) Honey - 4 tblspns. 4) Lemon juice - 3 tblspns. 5) Cream cheese - 2 tblspns. 6) Cucumber - 1/8 7) Radish - 1 8) Dill - 1 tspn. 9) Almonds - 1/8 cup 10) Finger lime caviar - 5 or more, as...
  3. Honey Almond Halibut

    Honey Almond Halibut

    Honey Almond Halibut
  4. Finger Limes

    Finger Limes

    Finger Limes
  5. Packaged Finger Limes

    Packaged Finger Limes

    Packaged Finger Limes
  6. flyinglentris

    Finger Limes

    Finger Limes are an Australian citrus that has the appearance of elongate narrow limes, but that is where the resemblance stops. murphyscreek might better share what these taste like. What I can tell is that they are often used with seafood, but may be applicable to other food as well...
  7. murphyscreek

    Recipe & Video Seared Scallops With Ginger, Garlic Butter and Finger Limes

    This was a great lunch.... Ingredients 12 fresh sea scallops 6 cloves grated garlic 1 knob ginger, cut in to straws 2 finger limes 1 tbsp oil 1 large knob butter Method Heat oil in a frypan, then sear scallops briefly each side to colour...then set aside. Drain oil out of frypan, then...
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