Slightly fruitier and lighter in calories than a traditional vinaigrette, this creamy dressing offers a nice tang and is especially great with peppery greens like arugula. Bonus points fur using homemade marmalade!
This preparation is extremely simple, and it’s a unique cure for the common marmalade to preserve orange flavor. With a dusting of richness from toasted nuts, a spike of floral Szechuan peppercorns and chile’s one-two punch.
This time of year I have been buying bags full of organic citrus. I usually freeze the zest if I'm not using it right away, but here's another great, easy way to preserve it, and there are so many uses for this great condiment.
Make your own flavor extracts for all your baking experiments or as gifts. Once you know how to make them you'll regret spending money on store bought stuff. Apply the same technique to make flavored liqueurs as well!
When the hubby and I gleaned buckets of food not too long ago, I immediately knew I’d be dehydrating some of it. Turns out that I dehydrated most of it and have discovered many great uses for dried foods.
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.