From the depths of winter, aromatic blood oranges and vibrant pink stems of early forced Yorkshire rhubarb are the preservers equivalent of rose tinted spectacles. This lovely marmalade has a fresh citrus hit with just enough of a tangy aftertaste.
A quick and easy Citrus marmalade, that can be used in many ways. I made it for a plated dessert but there are many other options. from entremets to bonbon filling or just in jars to give to friends and family. enjoy!
I love marmalade. Once a year I get to capture a little citrus heaven. That & I’ve been watching to much Downton Abbey. This year I'm blending classic Seville oranges & blood oranges for a unique fruity flavor & aroma, with a towel-snapping bite.
For this month’s Can It Up, it was all blood orange marmalade, all the way. I adore the distinct ruby glow and the sweet, almost berry-like aroma of the Moro orange. The addition of Campari enhances the provocative bitterness of the peel.
This mixed citrus liqueur is a greatest hits mix tape of winter citrusy goodness! Cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and allspice add a gentle kiss of spice. Mix it up on Monday, enjoy it by Friday! It's great to sip on the rocks, or shaken into a martini!
A combination of fruit juice, sugar and vinegar, Blood Orange Shrub goes well in cocktails, vinaigrettes or just stirred into sparkling water. You may also know this sort of thing as a drinking vinegar.