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Synonyms for satsuma

medium-sized largely seedless mandarin orange with thin smooth skin

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1 Bursting with vitamin C, just one satsuma can provide nearly half of your daily recommended intake.
If you really want some nibbles, try a handful of unsalted nuts or some dried fruit - or you might want to dig out that satsuma from the bottom of your stocking.
Acai and goji berries are nutrient dense fruits that carry many health benefits; Don't just stick to cheese and sausages for cocktail sticks, try pineapple pieces, satsuma segments, dates, grapes and cherry tomatoes or you could make some mini dried fruit kebabs; Dress bruscetti with sliced chicken or turkey and cranberry sauce or try a little low-fat cream cheese and smoked salmon topped with a curled sliver of lemon; Buy packs of small plastic party glasses and fill with low-fat chocolate mousse, top with a small dollop of low-fat Greek yoghurt and raspberries or cranberries for individual desserts; Mix red wine with orange juice or cranberry juice and add cinnamon and spices or a mulled wine sachet.
A chroes o ryw fath ydi'r satsuma, gafodd ei dyfu i fod yn haws i'w bilio ac i fod heb hadau.
"Satsuma Harvest Wit is the newest addition to our Harvest series of beers," said David Blossman, president of Abita Brewing Co.
Oh, for those interested, Pete's tackle weighed the same as two satsumas and a baby courgette!
INGREDIENTS 1 large jar mincemeat (about 600g) 2 satsumas, segmented 1 apple, finely chopped Zest of 1 lemon Little icing sugar, for dusting For the pastry: 375g plain flour 260g unsalted butter, softened 125g caster sugar, plus extra for sprinkling 1 large egg, plus 1 beaten egg for glazing Method 1.
r m7 mmBo INGREDIENTS 1 large jar mincemeat (about 600g) 2 satsumas, segmented 1 apple, finely chopped Zest of 1 lemon Little icing sugar, for dusting For the pastry: 375g plain flour 260g unsalted butter, softened 125g caster sugar, plus extra for sprinkling 1 large egg, plus 1 beaten egg for glazing 5.
In one week, Kensington's Academy of St Francis of Assisi shifted 275 portions of grapes, 101 bottles of locally sourced water, 43 bananas, 34 apples and 25 satsumas.
"Although they're officially called giant satsumas they're also sometimes referred to in Japan as easy-peel oranges.
But it won't be much use to them in the pub - it promises to pay the bearer "10 satsumas".
The pounds 10 notes with the Timelord's face read, 'I promise to pay the bearer on demand the sum of 10 satsumas.