Chicken Recipe from the Wall St. Journal Question?
I don't know if anyone else saw this recent chicken recipe http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444301704577631440201023560.html?mod=googlenews_wsj from the WSJ last weekend or not? I want to make this and I am wondering about the use of clementines in the recipe.
I was under the impression that clementine is the smallest type of Mandarin orange. But the photo (I don't see any photos with the online recipe unfortunately) that ran with the recipe in the paper showed thinly sliced what looked to be lemons rather than oranges. Does anyone know if there is a lemon called a clementine? I Googled but didn't find any information that answered that particular question.
TIA for any information.
Well now the link isn't working for some reason. One more try here: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000... and if this doesn't work then don't worry about it as I think I have my answer as soon as I put up this post - of course that's how it happens every darn time.
ADD: I give up. The link works when I go to it via Google, but not when I copy and paste it in to this thread. In any case the clementine fruit used in this recipe were indeed the small Mandarin oranges and not any sort of lemons. So I'll try this recipe and see what happens.