Top Rated Blood Orange Recipes

blood orange soda cake
We found a recipe for a layer cake made with sparkling wine and used that as a base, simply substituting a blood orange soda for the wine. The flavor really came through in the cake and the frosting. Experiment with different sodas such as raspberry, blackberry or grapefruit.This recipe by Carol Mighton Haddix and Lisa Schumacher originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
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Thai-inspired braised short ribs
These short ribs get sweetness from orange and carrot, earthiness from onion and lemongrass, heat from chile garlic paste and floral notes from grains of paradise.This recipe by Stacey Ballis appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Blood Orange Margarita Ice Pops Recipe
On a hot summer day, ice pops are nice — alcoholic ice pops are better. Just be warned: they melt quickly.Click here to see D.I.Y. Frozen Desserts. 
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Maine Lobster Salad with Blood Orange and Tarragon-Citrus Vinaigrette
Start your meal with this fresh salad. If you can’t find blood oranges, substitute with clementines. Serve crisp glasses of grüner veltliner from Austria, which is a great partner for vinaigrette-topped salads. Adapted from a recipe by Samuel Haywood, executive chef and Director of Food and Beverage at The Harraseeket Inn in Freeport, Maine.Click Here to See More Salad Recipes
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Watermelon Pie recipe - The Daily Meal
Serve up an unexpected fruity treat. This "watermelon" wedge is made from three flavors of frozen goodness and chocolate chip "seeds" too yummy to spit out.This recipe is by FamilyFun Magazine and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Yogurt-Orange Blossom Panna Cotta
Try this unique and inspired panna cotta recipe from celebrated pastry chef Johnny Iuzzini of Top Chef: Just Desserts fame. It's a tangy twist on a much beloved Italian dessert, with a bright and refreshing citrus salad on the side, candied pistachios, and a little crunch on the bottom.
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Blood Orange Sorbet
This light yet refreshing dessert from Chef Laurent Quenioux of Vertical Wine Bar in Pasadena, Calif. is wonderful to serve after a rich meal to cleanse the palate. Serve a couple of crisp chocolate chip cookies alongside, if you wish. — Allison Beck Click here to see A Cassoulet Supper.
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Cinnamon Rolls
I thought about changing up a traditional cinnamon roll recipe by adding nuts or other exotic spices; but then I took a step back. What about good old-fashioned cinnamon rolls? Sure, bacon, maple, honey, Jell-O-flavored cinnamon rolls may be fun, but sometimes comfortable and easy food is even better. These are old-fashioned cinnamon rolls full of butter, sugar, and cinnamon with a simple powdered sugar glaze.
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Margarita
This recipe is derived from my dad’s amazing margaritas. During the summer, he’s the margarita-maker. I don’t know what he does, but I can never seem to recreate the slightly-tart, slightly-sweet, and oh-so-easy-to-drink cocktail he creates. Here, I sub half the lime juice for blood orange juice. Just remember: The key to the recipe is equal parts juice to triple sec to tequila. I’ve dabbled with using both triple sec and Grand Marnier in the drink. I find a smoother taste comes from using good-quality triple sec (not the $5 stuff in the grocery store). And NEVER use anything but fresh lime juice — preferably from room temperature limes. This recipe calls for serving the margarita up, but you can also serve it over rocks. A salt rim is up to you... But forgetting the Chunky Guacamole with chips is a crime.
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Take advantage of the biggest perk of winter, blood oranges, with this healthy salad.
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