Top Rated Pomelo Recipes

Pomelo Scallops
Pomelo, a large citrus fruit similar to grapefruit, is paired with perfectly seared scallops in this refreshing seafood appetizer dish that's perfect for an elegant backyard grill party. Look for fresh diver scallops, if possible, which have superior texture and flavor to frozen scallops. See all scallop recipes.
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Dish with Diane: Chef Michael Ferraro’s Salmon Tataki
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Dish with Diane — a series all about getting healthy and delicious foods right from world-class chefs themselves, brings you this salmon tataki. Tataki, a Japanese method of preparing fish or meat by quickly searing it over high heat, is the perfect way to make a healthy, quick, and easy dish. Click here for more Dish with Diane: Chef Inspired Healthy with Michael Ferraro. Or click here to watch the video.
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Pop's Citrus Salad.
My father is a man of infinite patience. Believe me, I know — I tried his. And while there aren't many recipes that make up his culinary repertoire (rotelli with ricotta and tomato sauce was actually a pretty satisfying classic), the one he's most known for is the quintessential demonstration of that patience — citrus salad. Walk into the kitchen on a weekend during the winter, and there he'd be, sitting at the table next to two boxes of grapefruits and oranges that my grandfather had sent from Florida, peeling each piece of fruit with a paring knife, the long peel most times hanging down to the floor in one long piece like some crazy citrus curlicue pig tails. Not only would he often cut off the peel in one piece time and again, he'd then somehow perfectly divide each orange and grapefruit segment, keeping them virtually all intact. And when he was done, there would be several containers of orange and grapefruit salad sitting in the fridge, each one half filled with the delicious juice that would form when the two fruits mixed. It's really such a simple fruit salad. Almost equal parts grapefruit and orange, but usually a bit more grapefruit. Tart, sweet segments bursting in your mouth together unlike how you ever really eat either fruit. No bitterness from the pith! And cold! This treat requires nothing else. No sugar, nothing. Sure you could add a touch of mint, but you really don't need it. In the summer it's a refreshing treat, and in the winter it reminds you of warmer times. For years, I reaped the benefits of his patient work without trying my own hand at it. So in the past few years, I've taken a stab at it myself. Now it's not like I don't have any patience, or am without knife skills. But no matter how many times I try, I just can't get all the segments to be as perfect as he does. So recently, I asked him about his philosophy and technique. "I've actuallly stopped peeling with the paring knife — it actually tends to remove more of the fruit and it takes too much time, but you know, I've had quite a bit of time to practice this." He's right. A few decades, in fact. So to try to accelerate the process and introduce my own touch to the salad's flavor, I've added pomelo to the grapefruit and orange, which is much easier to segment. Funny for how long it takes to make, how quickly it disappears. Click here to see more Sweet and Tangy Citrus recipes.
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Abi Fae
You can replace pomelo with grapefruit, but since grapefruit are juicier, drain them before adding to the salad. Another recipe for the world tour. Hot, Sour, Salty, Sweet.
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Cyrus Keyhari
Scott Morrison's mixologist friend Cyrus Keyhari created this recipe for Socialista, a trendy Havana-themed restaurant and nightclub in Manhattan's West Village. The name of this margarita-like cocktail means "the point of grapefruit," referring to Keyhari's belief that citrus-based cocktails have an affinity for spicy food.
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Ice Cool Kitty
Adapted from a Spanish Salad "Cookbook". Although the pomelo is native to Asia this recipe uses typical Spanish ingredients. Namely, yogurt (Mediterranean) and mayonnaise (French influence) since this country borders both regions. The pomelo is similar to a grapefruit, but without any of the bitterness. In fact, a tangelo is a cross between a tangerine and a pomelo. The US is now the largest producer of pomelos in the world.
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Missy Wombat
Pomelo = Pummelo. However you spell it, this is a large citrus fruit.
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c.1998, M.S. Milliken & S. Feniger, all rights reserved
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Jean-Georges Vongerichten
This refreshing take on the classic mojito is made with pomelo, an Asian citrus fruit that resembles a thick-skinned grapefruit.
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tanwiratchada
This refreshing salad combines three nutrient-rich ingredients: sweet pomelos (for potassium and vitamin C), and chiles (full of beta-carotene). And in Thai called “Yam Som-O”
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Sunshine_Celine
You find a lot of different recipes around Thailand and Vietnam for pomelo salads - this is my take, with few ingredients and some cupboard staples. My boyfriend simply adores this salad and could eat the whole bowl for his dinner.
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Cookgirl
I was inspired by a short article in Sunset magazine February 2006 about pomelo fruit. If you wish, strawberries can be substituted for the raspberries.
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