The kumquat is a strange citrus fruit. Available from February-April, it is one of the only citrus fruits that can be eaten skin and all, except for the seeds. Kumquats are smaller, the size of a large olive and are inverted in the way we think of citrus. The skin is sweeter and the flesh has a tangier, bitter taste. This dish can be great on top of potatoes, quinoa, farro etc.; the world is your oyster!
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