Most produce is a sad sight during the winter, except for citrus. We whipped up this tangerine vinaigrette to celebrate one of the few fruits that's best this time of year. It's delicious on salads, or as a sauce for roasted or grilled fish, pork, or chicken.
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Most produce is a sad sight during the winter, except for citrus. We whipped up this tangerine vinaigrette to celebrate one of the few fruits that's best this time of year, then served it on a simple salad of shaved fennel and radicchio.
Marmalade might not contain any whole grains, but it certainly makes a great accompaniment to many of the grain-based recipes in Megan Gordon's new cookbook, Whole-Grain Mornings. Spread over buttered toast, drizzled on buckwheat pancakes, or stirred into a bowl of oatmeal, this bright citrusy preserve is a perfect antidote to winter.
During the wintertime, I struggle to find inspiration in the root vegetables and super bitter greens of January. That's why love to read recipes like Sarah Copeland's salad of radish, enoki, tangerine, and avocado in her new cookbook, Feast. The salad is little more than those components, artfully arranged on a plate, but the small touches—searing the mushrooms, whisking oil into the tangerine juice for the dressing, scattering a few sprigs of chives on top—make this easy dish memorable enough to serve at a dinner party.
Tangerines and honey lend a light sweetness to this creamy, citrusy drink.
This wintry chutney, spiced with clove and bright with cranberries and tangerine, is versatile for the holidays either as a gift or on a cheese tray. Plus, the natural pectin in the cranberries helps it set even with a short cooking time, so you can spend less time preserving and more time partying
Tequila works surprisingly well with the bitter flavors of Campari in this easy pitcher cocktail. Añejo tequila complements the bright, sunny tangerine juice in the mix.
This sweet, citrusy marmalade is sure brighten up any winter morning. Try it spread on buttermilk biscuits.
Fresh tangerines and fresh ginger make for a super-flavorful winter cocktail.
This fine-crumbed cake is enhanced with a tangerine marmalade.
Though the bright magenta color of this pomegranate-ginger drink may not appeal to tough guys, the flavor is sophisticated. It's smooth and just lightly spicy from the ginger, sweet from the tangerine, and tart from the lime. With all that fruit, tequila hides in the background a bit, but that doesn't mean you won't feel it. If you ever enjoyed a Tequila Sunrise, you must try this updated version.
While oranges, grapefruit, lemons, and limes can be found year round, the really interesting citrus—tangerines, tangelos and blood oranges—are at their very best right now. This citrus mix is bright and sunny, and honey softens the tartness from the blood orange juice while adding a distinct floral note.