Packed with citrussy goodness clementines are deliciously sweet and juicy. From tart, fresh puddings to crisp, wintery salads, we have plenty of clementine recipes for you to enjoy.
Forget mulled wine: this winter, it’s all about mulled whisky! This recipe, made with ginger beer, cinnamon, cloves and star anise, is a warming cocktail that’s perfect for a cosy night in, or take it in a flask for a chilly walk.
Add a bit of vibrance and colour to those chilly evenings with this super salad
Make Christmas special with this sparkling clementine prosecco cocktail. Jazz up a bottle of prosecco with fruity orange liqueur and tangy clementine juice for a truly festive party tipple.
Chocolate orange fans will love this easy, speedy pancake recipe, where cocoa powder gives the hit of chocolate and easy peelers provide the sweet, citrus note. It makes a special breakfast or serve up on Pancake Day for something a bit different.
Treat yourself to this mega burger with all the trimmings and you won't regret it! Pork belly is marinated in citrus, spice and soy then roasted. The flavours are complemented with sweet brioche buns and a homemade slaw. This is great weekend food that's a bit different.
These spelt pancakes have a delicious sweet and nutty flavour. Serve them with a cardamom and clementine syrup and fresh pomegranate seeds for a fruity Pancake Day dish.
Follow our easy Christmas pudding recipe and serve up a generous helping of this fruity festive pud. The traditional dessert, with all its sweet and spicy flavour, tastes even more amazing when topped with a dollop of brandy butter – this truly is the best Christmas pudding recipe.
Crunchy, sweet and zingy, this vibrant salad makes an interesting starter for Christmas Day or winter dinner parties. Make the dressing and toast the nuts a couple of days in advance, to save time on the day.
Give this super-quick vanilla cheesecake a festive flourish with good-to-eat-now clementines and pomegranate seeds.
Comforting and warming, our spiced and mulled pulled pork is slow-cooked to melt in your mouth, while fluffy Yorkshire puddings, shredded sprouts and crispy roasties make for scrumptious sides.
Jamie says: "If you’re after something fresh and crunchy as a break from the rich Christmas fare, this winter salad ticks all the boxes. Plus, the sweet clementine dressing can be kept for up to a week in the fridge, so double up and store in the jam jar ready to go."
Jamie says: "When there’s so much to do, use this handy time-saving hack to upgrade shop-bought cranberry sauce into something really special."
French toast is given a festive makeover in this deliciously warming recipe
Classic stuffing flavours, sweet clementines and crunchy pistachios create a delicious crust for this simple yet special roasted salmon recipe. This is a feast for the eyes for your Christmas table, whether you serve it on the big day, New Year's Day or another occasion.
Here's a delicious new flavour twist for mulled wine combining sweet, but sharp pomegranate juice and creamy vanilla. Make ahead to let the festive aromas fill your home, as you can always re-heat just before serving.
This fruity gin is full of festive flavours. Whip up a batch to give to your friends and family this Christmas. It tastes great in cocktails or just with a dash of tonic water.
This refreshing cocktail is inspired by the classic St Clements nursery rhyme, and true to the song it is filled with zesty oranges and lemons. Designed to serve a crowd in a pitcher, gin is simply muddled with bitter lemon, clementine juice and fresh citrus fruit in this easy cocktail recipe.
Sweet clementines and fiery fresh ginger make this homemade marmalade really special. Perfect for Christmas presents (but keep a pot for yourself!), you can spread it on toast, use as a cake filling or as a fruity glaze for this Spiced marmalade glazed gammon.
Get in the festive spirit and bake this striking upside-down cake. It uses seasonal clementines and warming cinnamon to create a wonderful sweet treat that is lovely with a cuppa or makes a great dessert served with a dollop of yogurt.
Making the most of seasonal clementines, this sweet and zingy recipe makes a deliciously refreshing dessert to round off your festive feasting. It takes just 20 minutes to prepare, then pop it in the freezer – you can even make it up to one month ahead to really get ahead with your Christmas planning.
With shards of pistachio-jewelled brittle, sweet caramelised clementines and boozy orange blossom cream, these stunning Pavlovas are the perfect way to finish your Christmas dinner.
Stack your Christmas dessert high and wow the crowd with this clementine panettone tower
Slow-cooked until tender and coated in a mouthwateringly sticky glaze, this duck is a stunning centrepiece to serve up on Christmas day. Serve with roasted shallots, juicy clementines and cinnamon sticks for a wonderfully festive main.
Sweet, fresh and zesty, this twist on the classic prawn cocktail is the best way to get your festivities underway
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A classic Italian drink that’s growing in popularity in the UK, this refreshing blend of Aperol, prosecco and soda is very easy to make
Jamie says: “Ready in minutes, this crowd-pleasing dessert is a brilliant way to use up seasonal favourites and it's fun to make, too, so get the kids involved!"
Silky, smooth and sweet, these pudding pots are perfect for when you have guests over
This mulled clementine punch is made with just 3 ingredients. This cocktail is the perfect hot drink to take with you on winter walks, simply pour it into a thermos and enjoy!
This simple winter salad recipe is packed with colour and flavour from zesty clementines, toasted hazelnuts, crunchy chicory leaves and peppery watercress. Serve up as part of a special dinner for two, or enjoy as a healthy, vegan lunch.
The base of this gorgeous cheesecake is made from fig rolls, and the jelly topping from citrus, cinnamon and dessert wine: desserts don't get more festive than this.
For a summer-infused twist on a classic trifle, substitute the sherry for Aperol and add clementines and prosecco. For a refreshing no-alcohol alternative, swap Aperol for fresh clementine juice and prosecco for sparkling white grape juice.
Sweet, seasonal clementines add juiciness to this porchetta-style roast turkey breast recipe. Wrapped in rashers of smoked pancetta, the lean cut is easy to cook and to carve, and the boneless meat takes on the flavours of the fresh herbs really well.