Winter season fruits are abundant and delicious at this time of year, and as the days draw in and the temperatures plunge, cooking with the fruits available in winter will help you keep a healthy diet, but also allow you to try a whole range of winter fruit recipes.
Here you can find the top 10 winter fruits, along with a list of recipes, including winter apples and all the best winter fruits to use in your kitchen this season. Try some for yourself.
The winter clementine is a hybrid between a willowleaf mandarin orange and a sweet orange, named after Clément Rodier, a French missionary who first discovered and propagated the fruit in Algeria. Try this unusual pairing - buffalo mozzarella with clementine, almond brittle, pomegranate and oregano, or treat yourself to orange pleasure or these traditional fairy Christmas cakes.
The pomelo is the largest citrus fruit and an ancestor of the grapefruit, it is a natural fruit and not a manmade hybrid. It's a very popular fruit in Southeast Asia, the juice is delicious, the rind can be candied, and the fruit preserved.
We often think of summertime and salad days when we think about fruit, but winter fruits are far more luxurious, with deeper, tarter more invigorating flavours. They make great ingredients to lift a savoury dish, but also as part of a breakfast or as a dessert.