Add the best of the season's zest to a variety of recipes for a citrus dish you won't soon forget.
Known for their fragrance and sharp flavor, citrus fruits are one of the treasures of winter. Whether you like lemons, limes, oranges, or grapefruit, these citrus recipes are
sure to put a smile on your face.
First up is our Cilantro-Jalapeño Limeade. Jalapeño adds a subtle kick, and cilantro brings grassy, herbal notes to classic limeade. Adults might like to stir in a little tequila.
View Recipe: Cilantro-Jalapeño Limeade
Lemons are such an integral part of so many recipes, but this is one that truly frames its freshness, fair and square. Pine
nuts in the sweet cookie crust balance the boldness of the lemon filling.
View Recipe: Lemon Squares
The best way to use fresh market or garden produce is often in its simplest, purest form. This dish highlights the color of
oranges for an elegant presentation. You can peel and slice the oranges ahead, if you like, arranging the slices on a plate
and covering with plastic wrap. You can prep the other components ahead, too. Make the dressing several hours or even a day
ahead; just bring to room temperature before tossing with the arugula.
View Recipe: Orange Salad with Arugula and Oil-Cured Olives
This recipe blossoms from the floral essence of grated grapefruit rind, while fresh grapefruit juice packs refreshing flavor
to the powdered sugar glaze which is drizzled over this moist pound cake.
View Recipe: Grapefruit Pound Cake
Perfect to pair with pizza or a springtime pasta dish, this fresh salad is bursting with flavor, color, and the best ingredients
of the season.
View Recipe: Grapefruit, Walnut, and Feta Salad
Add a sweet, citrusy twist to traditional stew with luscious, fresh orange slices. If you prefer a thicker stew, reduce the
broth to 3/4 cup, or simmer on the stove after baking.
View Recipe: Orange-Cranberry Pork Stew
Ready in just 26 minutes, this strip steak topped with avocado-lime salsa is an ideal way to add a unique twist to a weeknight
View Recipe: Spice-Rubbed New York Strip with Avocado-Lime Salsa
This cake is great with a cup of morning coffee or mixed berries and a scoop of sorbet for dessert. Use a whole teaspoon of
lemon extract for more intense lemon flavor.
View Recipe: Glazed Lemon Buttermilk Cake
A three-minute dip into a pungent cilantro-lime marinade is all that's needed to deliver big flavor to chicken breasts. Serve
with saffron rice.
View Recipe: Cilantro-Lime Chicken with Avocado Salsa
Tart marmalade is delicious on scones or breakfast breads. This recipe produces classic British-style bitter marmalade. If
you prefer less bitterness, use only half the grapefruit rind called for in the recipe. Keep in mind that the mixture will
thicken as it cools.
View Recipe: Mixed Citrus Marmalade
Traditional Shaker lemon pie uses the whole lemon, pith and all. This version uses only the rind and the meaty-juicy lemon
part, leaving the pith for those hearty Shakers. Macerating the rinds in sugar for 24 hours tenderizes them and reduces bitterness.
There's rich caramel flavor in the golden cane syrup; light-colored corn syrup will work fine, too, but the flavor won't be
quite as rich.
View Recipe: Shaker-ish Lemon Pie