This just in from our latest #f52contest: Recipes as sunny and zingy as the winter citrus fruits they highlight.
A big congratulations to the winner, who made a creamy yuzu panna cotta:
Candy a mess of citrus and arrange the slices over a ricotta cake:
Juice limes and grapefruits, combine with a basil simple syrup and gin, and top with soda water for a bright punch:
Dehydrate thinly sliced lemons and blood oranges and then fry them into chips to serve with burrata:
Combine a medley of oranges with pink lemons, torn olives, radish sprouts, pickled mustard seeds, and Marcona almonds for a colorful-in-every-way salad:
Blood orange juice, white wine, thyme simple syrup, a splash of Campari, and soda water makes for a bittersweet cocktail:
Pomelos, avocados, roasted peanuts, red onion, fresh mint, red chile, and a fish-saucy dressing—a very Not Sad Desk Lunch:
Simple but very sunshiney layers of oranges, yogurt, and granola are a favorite winter breakfast:
Dip citrus segments in dark chocolate melted with a bit of coconut oil—then sprinkle with toasted pistachios and freeze:
Juice a grapefruit broiled with cinnamon, cayenne, and brown sugar, then mix with white rum and maraschino liqueur for a wintry daiquiri:
Marry roasted oranges and figs with endive, black olives, and a blood orange vinaigrette:
How're you eating winter citrus? Tell us in the comments.