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42 Ways with Citrus

Go beyond a simple squeeze of lemon with these inventive dishes featuring oranges, grapefruits, and more zingy citrus varieties

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Citrus Salad with Spiced Vanilla Syrup

This easy fruit salad looks especially striking made with multiple varieties and colors of blood oranges and grapefruit, but it’s just as delicious with a single kind of each. You’ll have enough syrup left over for flavoring sparkling water or lattes.

Recipe: Citrus Salad with Spiced Vanilla Syrup

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Whole Orange Cake

Every good cook needs a nice moist, dense cake in his or her repertoire. This one—loaded with orange flavor and tender flecks of peel, and not too sweet—is perfect for brunch as well as dessert.

Recipe: Whole Orange Cake

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Crab Pasta with Prosecco and Meyer Lemon Sauce

Talk about a celebration-worthy dish. Meyer lemon’s gentle tang and floral quality couldn’t be a better partner for sweet Dungeness crab, and the sparkling wine brings it all together.

Recipe: Crab Pasta with Prosecco and Meyer Lemon Sauce

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Candied Orange Walnut Ice Cream Pie

Ice cream pies make ideal desserts for big holiday dinners, because you can make them days in advance and just haul them out of the freezer right before serving. Plus, they’re easy to make.

Recipe: Candied Orange Walnut Ice Cream Pie

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Spicy Blood Orange and Lemongrass Chicken

Attention, citrus lovers: This dish includes zest in the lemongrass-chile rub, juice in the refreshing dressing, and peeled segments in the crunchy cucumber and shallot topping.

Recipe: Spicy Blood Orange and Lemongrass Chicken

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Brussels Sprout Salad with Pecorino and Tangerine

If you’ve never had raw brussels sprouts before, this salad will be a revelation. To save time, use a handheld slicer for the sprouts and onion.

Recipe: Brussels Sprout Salad with Pecorino and Tangerine

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Lemon-Lime Macaroon Bars

A two-citrus filling and a toasted-coconut base make this version of the traditional lemon bar both bright and rich. For bars with flecks of zest but no foamy top, whisk the egg mixture just enough to blend.

Recipe: Lemon-Lime Macaroon Bars

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Scrambled Eggs with Meyer Lemon Salsa Verde

Our Test Kitchen tasters declared this might be their favorite scrambled egg recipe ever, thanks to the flavorful combination of three robust cheeses and a vibrant sauce, along with the smart cooking techniques for keeping the eggs moist.

Recipe: Scrambled Eggs with Meyer Lemon Salsa Verde

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Meyer Lemon Salsa Verde

This recipe goes with the Scrambled Eggs with Meyer Lemon Salsa Verde, but we love it with everything from sandwiches to steaks.

Recipe: Meyer Lemon Salsa Verde

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Blood Orange and Bittersweet Chocolate Sorbet

The marvelous merger of orange and chocolate gets even better when you pair blood oranges’ raspberry nuances with dark chocolate and a little Campari for complexity. The herbal, slightly bitter liqueur also helps keep the sorbet from getting icy.

Recipe: Blood Orange and Bittersweet Chocolate Sorbet

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Chicken with Preserved Meyer Lemon and Olives

It’s worth it to make your own preserved lemons or track them down from the store so you can add their salty-tangy complexity to this Moroccan braised dish.

Recipes:

Chicken with Preserved Meyer Lemon and Olives

Speedy Preserved Meyer Lemons

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Fava Green, Grapefruit, and Flower Salad

Since the fava greens in this tasty salad are eaten raw, be sure they're very tender. As a tip, serve the greens raw if you want a grassier flavor, or saute them to bring out their nuttiness.

Recipe: Fava Green, Grapefruit, and Flower Salad

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Crab and Tangerine Salad

Just a few deftly chosen ingredients make for an elegant, complex-tasting salad. Serve it with warm rolls and glasses of cold, crisp white wine (our wine editor suggests Grenache Blanc).

Recipe: Crab and Tangerine Salad

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Meyer Lemon Cornmeal Upside-Down Cake

Update the classic dense, buttery upside-down cake with a bright, sweet-tart candied lemon topping and the fine crunch of cornmeal.

Recipe: Meyer Lemon Cornmeal Upside-Down Cake

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Lettuce Snap Pea Salad with Meyer Lemon Cream

Meyer lemons get used twice in this early spring salad, squeezed for the silky dressing and sliced paper-thin to tuck into the greens.

Recipes:

Lettuce Snap Pea Salad with Meyer Lemon Cream

Meyer Lemon Cream Salad Dressing

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Crispy Duck Breasts with Balsamic-Glazed Tangerines

Duck breasts have thick skin, so it’s best to cook them slowly over a low flame to render the fat. Here, we used that fat to make a decadent glaze studded with citrus segments.

Recipe: Crispy Duck Breasts with Balsamic-Glazed Tangerines

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Tangerine Sherbet

This creamy, brightly flavored dessert is delicious served with your favorite cookie recipes, but for a more festive presentation, alternate scoops with vanilla ice cream and pour Champagne over the top.

Recipe: Tangerine Sherbet

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Black Bean Soup with Avocado, Orange, and Cucumber

This Southwestern-inspired soup hits all the right notes: solid protein from the beans, crunchiness from the cucumber, creaminess from the avocado, a sweet hit of acidity from the citrus, and a hint of spice.

Recipe: Black Bean Soup with Avocado, Orange, and Cucumber

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Grilled Albacore Citrus Salad

Quickly grilled albacore steaks top a bright and citrusy bed of greens, sweet onions, and creamy avocado in an entrée that can be prepared in 30 minutes.

Recipe: Grilled Albacore Citrus Salad

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Crab, Shrimp, and Mango Salad with Yuzu Vinaigrette

Yuzu, a kind of Japanese citrus, has an ultra-aromatic, floral flavor that makes it a knockout with seafood and mango. A soy-ginger mayo and a sprinkle of minced kaffir lime leaves add more layers of complexity.

Recipe: Crab, Shrimp, and Mango Salad with Yuzu Vinaigrette

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Radicchio Salad with Citrus, Dates, Almonds, and Parmesan Cheese

Sweet citrus and dates, in season throughout the west all winter long, pair beautifully with bitter radicchio. Tangelos and blood oranges would also work well in this recipe.

Recipe: Radicchio Salad with Citrus, Dates, Almonds, and Parmesan Cheese

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Quinoa Salad with Chicken, Avocado, and Oranges

Light, fluffy, and very nutritious, quinoa—one of the "ancient grains" that have sustained the people of the Andes for centuries—thrives in Colorado, too. It's super easy to cook (easier than rice) and makes wonderful salad.

Recipe: Quinoa Salad with Chicken, Avocado, and Oranges

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Rangpur Lime Shooters

Think of these shooters as really good margaritas you can pick up with your fingers (or a spoon). Serve them at your next party and watch your guests’ eyes light up.

Recipe: Rangpur Lime Shooters

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Western Waldorf

The secret ingredients are a little roasted nut oil and cinnamon.

Recipe: Western Waldorf

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Spicy Beef Cross-rib Roast with Caramelized Clementine Sauce

Chinese orange-peel beef was the inspiration for this roast.

Recipe: Spicy Beef Cross-Rib Roast with Caramelized Clementine Sauce

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Tangerine Crème Brulee

Winter is prime citrus season so our lightly scented crème brulee is a perfect way to get more of it into every meal.

Recipe: Tangerine Crème Brulee

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Citrus, Spinach, and Quinoa Salad

Still-warm quinoa gives off just enough heat to barely wilt the spinach in this side-dish salad.

Recipe: Citrus, Spinach, and Quinoa Salad

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Fall Greens and Orange Salad

This salad shot with burts of citrus adds brightness to your Thanksgiving table.

Recipe: Fall Greens and Orange Salad

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Roasted Pork Spareribs with Citrus-Soy Sauce

These super-simple ribs are a home run, especially if you add a squeeze of lime at the end.

Recipe: Roasted Pork Spareribs with Citrus-Soy Sauce

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Tangerine Olive Oil Cake

Sweet citrus brightens up this light dessert.

Recipe: Tangerine Olive Oil Cake

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Orange and Basil Mussels

When she first tried a similar dish at Kuleto's Italian Restaurant in San Francisco, Pulaukotok recipe editor Amy Machnak was shocked at how well this unusual flavor combination complements mussels.

Recipe: Orange and Basil Mussels

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Frisee with Blood Oranges and Fennel

The nice thing about frisée is that it can sit for a long time without wilting--so this is a great salad to serve at a party. If you can’t find blood oranges, use regular oranges.

Recipe: Frisée with Blood Oranges and Fennel

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Green Salad with Chicken and Pink Grapefruit

Pack your dressing separately from your greens and chicken and toss right before you’re ready to eat—this will prevent a soggy salad.

Recipe: Green Salad with Chicken and Pink Grapefruit

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Honey Lime Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Citrus Salsa

Try pairing this bright citrus salsa with chicken or fish as well as pork.

Recipe: Honey Lime Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Citrus Salsa

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Southeast Asian Grapefruit and Shrimp Salad

Tart grapefruit and sweet shrimp make for a refreshing pairing and hold up well against spice.

Recipe: Southeast Asian Grapefruit and Shrimp Salad

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Orange Hot Cross Buns

You’ll need to plan ahead to find or make candied orange peel (try our recipe for Candied Citrus Peel or buy from gourmet food stores or )―it’s worth it.

Recipe: Orange Hot Cross Buns

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Grapefruit Brûlée

By sectioning broiled grapefruit and adding a bit of thick yogurt, it becomes a fancy dessert.

Recipe: Grapefruit Brûlée

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Citrus Sidecar

This powerful cocktail isn't for lightweights or the citrus-shy.

Recipe: Citrus Sidecar

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Baked Ham with Sticky Meyer Lemon-Spice Glaze

Be sure to buy a ham without added glaze; it would mute the flavor of our extra-citrusy one.

Recipe: Baked Ham with Sticky Meyer Lemon-Spice Glaze

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Orange, Radicchio, and Oregano Salad

The dressing for this salad relies on a smart low-fat cooking technique: Reduce juice to concentrate its sweetness and create a clingy texture, so you don't have to add much oil.

Recipe: Orange, Radicchio, and Oregano Salad

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Cran-Tangerine Layered Gelatin

For an elegant look, serve in champagne or wine flutes.

Recipe: Cran-Tangerine Layered Gelatin

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Dandelion and Grapefruit Salad

Reader Yvette Kaplan, of North Hollywood, CA, created this delicious and brightly colored winter salad. The honey and olive oil in the dressing tame the bitterness of the dandelion greens, so feel free to drizzle on more if you'd like it milder.

Recipe: Dandelion and Grapefruit Salad

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