Cooking Time: 10 min
Yuja (Yuzu) Citrus Fruit Syrup is widely used in Korea, mostly used when making a tea to sip on whenever you're feeling slightly sick or having a sore throat. It's also fruity and sweet in its own unique way, which makes it a favorite for children and adults alike. Try it as a hot tea for a warm, vitamin-C-packed drink during the colder seasons or with some sparkling water for a refreshing iced ade for the warmer seasons!
Store it in an airtight, sanitized jar for longer storage and safekeeping in your pantry! It's easy, delicious and will definitely be a treat to whoever you serve it to.
- 1 Lemon
- 1 Orange
- 1 Blood Orange
- Father’s Hill Citron Grain Syrup
How to Make
Slice citrus thinly and place into a bowl.
Add 1 Tbsp Father’s Hill Citron Grain Syrup to a bowl and mix through to coat slices.
Place 2-3 slices in a glass jar.
Add a few spoonfuls of Father’s Hill Citron Grain Syrup into a jar.
Repeat until the jar is full.
Store airtight in the refrigerator overnight.
Season with salt to taste
For refreshing Iced Citrus-Ade: Add slices of fruit and juice then add a cup of cold sparkling water.
For heart-warming Citrus Tea: Add slices of fruit and juice into hot water.
Keywords: South Korea, Korean recipes, Korean food, fruit jar, citrus