Lemon and orange juices add a bright citrus note to roasted carrots. The honey glaze brings out the natural sweetness in carrots. This recipe comes from Joy of Kosher.
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When it comes to hosting family-friendly holiday parties, few think of offering alcoholic and non-alcoholic variations of the same drink. We developed this blood-orange flavored soda with children, and those who don't imbibe, in mind.Inspired by the fresh flavors and vibrant colors of blood oranges, which appear in markets just before Christmas, and the unique shape of the red glass bottles of Solerno, this cocktail is simple to make, while the slightly-sweet citrus flavor is both refreshing and satisfying.Solerno is a clear Sicilian blood orange liqueur, made from whole blood orange fruit and essential oils. The bottle is a deep red, like the flesh of a blood orange, and takes on a unique design — the bottom features a punt (the indent on wine bottles) that resembles an orange juice strainer. Just looking at the bottle may make you thirsty for a cocktail.While the recipe below is for an adult version, you can leave out the liqueur for a kid-friendly blood orange soda. No one will know the difference.
I’ve made this recipe for years, it is so good! I’ve also taught it for years, even at the Culinary Institute of America to chefs there, and it just blew their minds. This salsa is great with grilled shrimp to serve for Cinco de Mayo. Skewer the shrimp, cook it on the grill, and serve with the salsa (you just might need to add more key lime juice to it).
The idea for these comes from one of my favourite cookbooks, The Zuni Café Cookbook by the late Judy Rodgers. They are so unexpectedly moreish that there is a fine argument for eating them on their own, with just a sprinkle of salt — do try them that way at least once. But there are other things that do enhance the flavour. Lemon is good with a fine sprinkling of sumac or fennel pollen, lime loves a dash of smoked chilli or cayenne, whilst orange I like with herbes de Provence or za’atar.I don’t always bother with an accompaniment for these, but when I do, I make this yogurt dip. You can replace the fennel with any of the flavour suggestions mentioned above, or indeed anything else you fancy. — Catherine Phipps, author of Citrus If you love fried food, check out this 5 Delicious Deep-Fried Italian Foods You Need to Eat Now Slideshow
The bratwurst in this recipe gets two cooking treatments. First, it’s simmered in a fragrant braising liquid made of fresh orange and lemon juice and Blue Moon’s Sunshine Citrus Blonde beer, and then it’s finished on the grill to give it a nice, flavorful char.
Swordfish, like tuna and marlin, are very meaty fish that don’t benefit from being overcooked. The topping works well, with the citrus flavors cutting through the richness of the fish.
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The dish was created to bring some of my roots (Jamaican pepper shrimp) into a more contemporary healthy style of meal. Pepper shrimp in Jamaica is street food sold in little bags on the side of the road, so with a little flair and some dose of my own personal style of eating (light and salad-type foods) the homey favorite became a very refreshing and healthy meal ideally to be served on a hot day.