Add bold citrus flavor to drinks, salads, desserts, and main dishes.
Beyond Ordinary with Oranges
Whether the recipe calls for fresh squeezed juice or simple slices, oranges are the star of the citrus fruit world pairing
as easily with chocolate and they do with pork or salmon. Grab a few and get cooking to bring bright flavor to your dinner
Spiced Orange Salad
Fresh oranges are peeled, thinly sliced crosswise, and then tossed with onions, olives and a fragrant vinaigrette made with
cumin, curry, cilantro, and mint. The result is a startlingly colorful first course that is sure to jazz up any weeknight
Here a store-bought chocolate muffin mix is enhanced with chopped almonds, fresh orange juice and zest for a dessert that
tastes just as good as homemade. For the sauce, simmer orange juice and sugar on the stove for 10 minutes then drizzle over
individual slices. Garnish with a hint of orange zest.
Fresh squeezed orange juice, pineapple juice, and guava nectar combine with rum to make a refreshingly simple tropical cocktail
that will put guests in a Caribbean state of mind. No worries, man. Just sip and enjoy.
This four-ingredient salad can do double-duty as a dessert, lending an elegant start or finish to any meal. Cut up the oranges
and strawberries in advance and drizzle with the homemade basil syrup about 30 minutes before serving to allow the flavors
Fresh orange slices simmer with seared spiced pork chops adding a tart citrus note that cuts through the richness of the meat.
While it seems fancy, the whole dish, including a side of couscous, cooks in less than 10 minutes.
You only need a small amount of sugar to make an intense sorbet with only 150 calories per cup. And that includes a topping
of grated bittersweet chocolate. So go ahead and have an extra scoop of Vitamin C today.