The etrog, also known as the citron, is one of four plants mentioned in the Torah in association with Sukkot, or the Feast of the Tabernacles.
But, what can you do with your etrog after Sukkot, when it’s fulfilled its ceremonial purpose? Why, you can eat it, of course!
Here are four of the tastiest recipes that we came across for repurposing your etrog:
1. Candied Etrog
Via David Lebovitz
Satiate your weet tooth.
2. Etrog Jam