Minneola Tangelos are a cross between a tangerine and a grapefruit that are easy to recognize by its large size and slightly elongated "neck" on one end.
The fruit is usually fairly large, typically 3 - 3½ inches in diameter. The skin is relatively thin so the fruit peels easily. It is quite juicy and has few seeds. These fresh and juicy Tangelos are delicious when served with other crisp fruits or vegetables in your favorite salad, topped with almonds, or as a garnish to baked fish or grilled, caramelized chicken.
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