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    Citrus Delights!

    I put this together for the citrus game in the beverage forum. All these recipes have some form of citrus in them!
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    This recipe yields a delicious and healthy red beet side dish. The slices will come out slightly crunchy. If you prefer them a little softer just leave them in the oven long enough until they’re as soft as you want them to be. The flavour of these beets combines tangy lemon with thyme and honey. It’s a great side dish or side salad but you can also use these beets as ingredients for other dishes like pasta salads. This will add some extra colour and flavour. From Baltic Maid.

    Recipe #505713

    A colorful nutrient packed salad! Healthy and delicious, this is a vegetarian salad and can be vegan by using avocado instead of yogurt(love this!) :D Enjoy! Adapted from the Garden Grazer.

    Recipe #505144

    A spicy, complex and filling dish that works as both a side and a main course. You might try adding a fried egg on top with an extra drizzle of harissa. Adapted from Generation Foodie.

    Recipe #504164

    Use this sauce on any grilled or sautéed fish, chicken, rice and beans, and grilled tofu. Recipe courtesy of the Cocina Cubana Club founded by Pascual Perez & chef Sonia Martinez and posted on Taste of Cuba.

    Recipe #504156

    Wonderful Asian flavors in this salad! I have doubled the sauce recipe so there's plenty to spoon over the veggies. From Martha Stewart Living, March 1996.

    Recipe #504091

    A nice and tasty salad from Armenia. From the Art of Armenian and Middle Eastern Cooking.

    Recipe #504077

    You'll need a watermelon, a can of coconut milk, and some shredded coconut. watermelon, a can of coconut milk, and some shredded coconut. If you want to get fancy, you can add things like crushed pineapple or papaya, too. A squeeze of lime juice brightens up the flavors.

    Recipe #503380

    Cheesy and spicy, this finger-lickin' snack with just a hint of lime is downright addictive! From Beth Stengel - North Hollywood, California and submitted to Taste of Home magazine.

    Recipe #503295

    Lablabi is a popular breakfast stew made with chickpeas, broth, tomatoes, and various toppings such as capers, cumin, harissa, coddled eggs. Lablabi is a favorite winter morning breakfast for stevedores in Tunis. Throughout the city it is a morning offering in the small hole-in-the-wall cook shops. The actual soup is very simple and it’s depth of flavor derives from the garnishes you decide to use. As a tourist you will come home wanting lablabi in the morning; that’s how seductive it is. From Clifford A. Wright.

    Recipe #503268

    Preserved lemons, sold loose in the souks, are one of the indispensable ingredients of Moroccan cooking, used in fragrant lamb and vegetable tagines, recipes for chicken with lemons and olives , and salads. Their unique pickled taste and special silken texture cannot be duplicated with fresh lemon or lime juice, despite what some food writers have said. In Morocco they are made with a mixture of fragrant-skinned doqq and tart boussera lemons, but I have had excellent luck with American lemons from Florida and California. Moroccan Jews have a slightly different procedure for pickling, which involves the use of olive oil, but this recipe, which includes optional herbs (in the manner of Safi), will produce a true Moroccan preserved-lemon taste. The important thing in preserving lemons is to be certain they are completely covered with salted lemon juice. With my recipe you can use the lemon juice over and over again. (As a matter of fact, I keep a jar of used pickling juice in the kitchen, and when I make Bloody Marys or salad dressings and have half a lemon left over, I toss it into the jar and let it marinate with the rest.) Use wooden utensils to remove the lemons as needed. Sometimes you will see a sort of lacy, white substance clinging to preserved lemons in their jar; it is perfectly harmless, but should be rinsed off for aesthetic reasons just before the lemons are used. Preserved lemons are rinsed, in any case, to rid them of their salty taste. Cook with both pulps and rinds, if desired. The recipe and introductory text below are excerpted from Paula Wolfert's book Couscous and Other Good Food From Morocco.

    Recipe #502986

    Drinking these without the rum will keep you from pain! From the British Virgin Islands. The cocktail was created by George and Marie Myrick of the Soggy Dollar Bar on Jost Van Dyke Island, British Virgin Islands, in 1971. It is served in almost every resturant and on every island in the British Virgin Islands. It is now considered the official dirnk of the BVI's.

    Recipe #502740

    The Republic of Maldives is a sunbathed group of islands southwest of India, dotted along the Indian ocean. Lomi Lomi is sweet and tart, spicy and refreshing, yin and yang. Since it only contains three ingredients, the drink comes together very quickly. The method is easy and you can make as little or as much as you like. Enjoy! From Four Seasons Maldives.

    Recipe #502674

    In the Cayman islands, they dry their limes and lemons and use them to season the abundant seafood that is caught and eaten. Also good with rice, beans, and vegetables. Recipe from Caribbean Choice.

    Recipe #502285

    Jamaicans make this with fresh hibiscus, so common in the islands, but you can find it dried at your health food store, some supermarkets, or Whole Foods store. This is Jamaicas answer to iced tea and better for you too! Sometimes allspice berries are added, I have left them out here.

    Recipe #502079

    Each sip will take you to the middle east and Oman, where Rosewater Lemonade is a cherished treat. Each sip tastes like a thousand roses bathing in fresh squeezed sunlight. Recipe from Sasha Martin(Global Table Adventure).

    Recipe #502076

    The Gambia, officially the Republic of The Gambia, is the smallest country on mainland Africa. They love their lemon ginger tea, nice and spicy and sweet! They have good reason to love it, it's so good, like sunshine on a rainy day good! Warning, you must like ginger to enjoy this recipe. Adapted from Global Table Adventure.

    Recipe #501952

    This syrup is a traditional feature of Middle Eastern sweets and pastries. It’s essentially a sugar syrup that is used to bathe, soak or sprinkle on various sweets. It’s scented with orange blossom water, rose water or both. These distilled essences are widely available in the Middle East, and they are increasingly available in the West. This recipe is from Qatar, which is bordered by Saudi Arabia. The syrup is very easy to make, and the proportions vary depending on desired thickness. Water and sugar are boiled with a little lemon juice to prevent it from crystallizing. The orange blossom water or rose water is stirred in at the end of cooking. Any sooner can weaken their aroma. When the syrup is used for making pastries, it must be added when the pastries are already baked, fried or cooked. Cold syrup is added to hot pastries. It’s either poured onto the pastry or the pastry is dipped for a moment, then lifted out. Recipe from Arabic Zeal.

    Recipe #501895

    A yummy Middle Eastern recipe. A perfectly stuffed Arabian grape leaf is a thing of beauty, and this version can be found throughout the Gulf. After slowly simmering in a bath of olive oil and lemon juice, they are plump, tart and silky rich. Inside is a glory of rice, laced with fresh mint and parsley, and a smattering of tomatoes and green onion. Ask anyone in Qatar – stuffed grape leaves must be made with loving hands, not purchased. So here ya go! Qatar is bordered by Saudia Arabia and the Persian gulf. From Global Table Adventures.

    Recipe #501890

    Dark, sweet, and fresh, Blackberry Mint and Lime Fruit Leathers are the perfect summer treat. I have fond memories of blackberry pickin' in the hills of California and now here in North Carolina. I think blackberries grow everywhere! What a great way to use them! Found on Pinterest.

    Recipe #501772

    Very popular in the Caribbean and South America, this is drunk by young and old. Nutritious and inexpensive too. The sugar is found in Latin sections of the grocery store, or if you can't find it, use brown sugar instead. provides energy and fiber. Some of the benefits from oatmeal, it helps prevent constipation problems, helps keep good digestion, helps prevent colon cancer, reduces the risk of heart disease, and helps prevent obesity and diabetes. Wow! Recipe from Alton Brown on Good Eats.

    Recipe #501598

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