Top Rated Blood Orange Recipes

Chicken with Marsala, Olives, and Blood Oranges
"This came about because I like blood oranges so much. I put them with other ingredients that make me think of Sicily—Marsala and olives—and so it was born. It can be hard to find dry Marsala (some people will tell you it doesn’t exist), but persevere. When blood oranges aren’t in season, use regular ones." - Diana Henry, author of A Bird in the Hand: Chicken Recipes for Every Day and Every MoodClick here for more of our best chicken recipes.
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homemade liquors
A new spin on the classic limoncello is arancello, use Sicilian blood oranges instead of lemons from Positano for a lovely liquor with a bold bright flavor. A no-fail recipe (orange rinds, grain alcohol, sugar & water) means it's a perfect introduction to making homemade liqueurs! I can't cook to save my life, but I have become a pro at infusing liquors from limoncello to nocino (walnut & vanilla), visciolino (wild cherry), prugnolino (wild plum/sloe) & now arancello. Bottle, freeze & serve for a refreshing digestivo (after dinner drink) any time of year.  
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Blood Orange and Cardamom Mojitos with Basil Recipe
I'm not a fan of overly sweet drinks, desserts, or TV hostesses. In fact, I usually drink my vodka straight, because at the end of the day I'm just a simple girl who likes to get kicked out of bars in three-inch heels. But since this is a PJ party and not a Motörhead concert, I figured, why not dress it up a little with a not-too-sweet blood orange mojito?
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Blood Orange Salad with Shaved Fennel and Olives
Try this simple citrus salad as a starter for an elegant dinner or pair it with a soup or sandwich for an easy lunch. Luscious slices of blood orange form a beautiful base for a mound of thinly sliced fennel, arugula, and shaved goat cheese that's visually arresting. Click here to see the Mother's Day Brunch in Bed story.
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Blood oranges are always just a little bit better than the regular kind (such a lush color!), and a spicy margarita is just a little bit better than a regular one. This margarita has it all. Click here for more of Cinco de Mayo: The Best Drinks
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Blood orange lends this delicious variation a beautifully rich color.  Read More About Delicioso Ideas for National Margarita Day & Beyond.
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Serve as one of your  Thanksgiving appetizers. The toasted pumpkin seeds add a nice crunch to the soft avocados. It's recommeneded that you pair this dish with Thorny Rose Chardonnay. 
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Blood oranges? Pinot grigio? A fizz? It's everything you could ever want in an Easter brunch cocktail. Los Angeles-based food and wine personality (and former judge on Bravo’s Top Chef Masters) Krista Simmons created this wine cocktail with the Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi pinot grigio.
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At Katchkie Farm, we make this lovely, refreshing salad with Easter Egg Radishes, small, brightly colored, flavor-packed ones that are among our earliest spring crops, but any variety can be substituted. We also use the tiny “micro” arugula grown at the farm, so look for the smallest, most peppery arugula around. This is a perfect dish to begin a spring dinner. Recipe courtesy of Katchkie Farm  
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Take advantage of the biggest perk of winter, blood oranges, with this healthy salad.
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Farro and Beet Salad with Blood Orange Vinaigrette
Ancient grains are an excellent way to work more whole grains into your diet. Paired with a blood orange vinaigrette, this farro salad is a nutty and bright choice for a meatless lunch.This recipe is courtesy of McKenzie Hall and Nourish RDs.
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Cranberry Blood Orange Rosemary Sauce
Ready to leave the everyday cranberry sauce behind? Give this recipe a try, with juicy blood orange and fragrant rosemary that will make you feel like the holidays really have arrived.  See all rosemary recipes. 
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