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Recipes containing Blood Orange

Crispy Skinned Barramundi with Citrus Fennel Salad

Crispy Skinned Barramundi with Citrus Fennel Salad

If there was such thing as sunshine on a plate, this dish would be it. Instead of masking the delicate flavor of barramundi with a heavy sauce, Emily lets the fish shine by simply seasoning it then searing it in a blazing hot pan until the skin crisps. Alongside, she serves a sweet, tart, and… Read More »

Barramundi Ceviche

Barramundi Ceviche

Have you ever tried making ceviche at home? If not, this is the recipe to start with. Commonly found in seaside towns in Latin America, it’s just as easy to make a refreshing, colorful, and healthy ceviche at home in under an hour. Although the fish is not cooked over heat, the acidic juices from… Read More »

6/3/2013#Meatless

Blood Orange Salad with Blue Cheese and Pecans

Blood Orange Salad with Blue Cheese and Pecans

The “perfect” salad has just the right combination of contrasting flavors, textures, and colors that combine into a harmonious dish. In this recipe, Gerry uses up the last-of-the-season blood oranges in a simple salad that’s complex in flavors. Dots of Irish blue cheese (or your favorite type) lend a sharp, tangy contrast to every bite… Read More »

3/21/2013#DrinksApps

Kiss of Light Margarita

Kiss of Light Margarita

Once in a while, we like to stray away from the traditional margarita combination of tequila, lime juice, and orange liqueur for something a little different. By changing up each of the components just a little bit, you can end up with an entirely new creation, like this Kiss of Light Margarita. Using a good… Read More »

12/17/2012#Meatless

Warm Rice Salad with Chard, Feta, Walnuts, and Blood Orange

Warm Rice Salad with Chard, Feta, Walnuts, and Blood Orange

This is our new favorite winter salad. Nutty brown rice is tossed with sautéed chard (or whatever leafy greens you have around), toasted walnuts, orange zest, and a tangy deep-red blood orange vinaigrette that gets absorbed deep into the rice. Crumbles of feta cheese adds a salty kick but the really unique addition is chopped tarragon, a… Read More »