- Though it looks like a tiny orange, flavor-wise, the kumquat is more like an orange in reverse. The outside peel is soft and sweet — no bitterness. The juicy inside is tart, almost sour, with a hint of bitterness. Peel and flesh both burst with citrus flavor. Eat the whole fruit: peel, pulp, seeds and all. Slice to garnish a sweet or savory salad. Cook into compote, chutney or sauce. We love to simmer thinly sliced kumquats in cranberry sauce for a bright color contrast.Origin
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