In the dead of winter, no fruit brings a beam of sunshine better than the bright sweetness of oranges. Whether you're working with bitter Sevilles, sanguine blood oranges or sweet-tart cara caras, we've got a bushel of ideas on putting up everyone's favorite citrus.
Orange Salt Mix orange zest with salt to create a bright finishing condiment. It's an instant hit of citric brightness. (Image via My Own Labels)
Orange Sugar By the same token, you can infuse the flavor of oranges into sugar, to prefume your home-baked goods. (Image via Larder Love)
Orange Cumin Chutney Orange-cumin chutney, a flavorful accompaniment to roast pork or chicken as well as the secret ingredient to an addictive sweet and nutty cheddar cheese spread. (Image via Yankee Kitchen Ninja)
Orange Yogurt Salad Dressing Recipe 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! (Image via Karen Solomon)
Vin d'Orange Vin d'Orange is a bitter liquor made with Seville Oranges. It is easy to prepare, requiring the mixing of a few ingredients and allowing it to sit for two weeks to allow the spices and orange zest to infuse the wine and vodka. (Image via Arctic Garden Studio)
Dried Oranges Dehydrate oranges for long-term storage, until fully dried or still chewy to have on hand for a sweet, healthy snack. (Image via Karen Solomon)
Candied Orange Rind Sweet, tart and fragrant, candied citrus peels add an elegant touch to baked goods from cookies to cassata. What could be more festive? (Image via Cepurina)