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Author Notes: A simple sweet and spicy dressing adds a pop of heat to citrus. —garlic and zest
- 12-15 whole assorted ripe citrus such as clementines, pink grapefruit, white grapefruit sumo oranges, navel oranges, blood oranges, honeybells, or any other type of citrus-y fruit
- 2 tablespoons honey (such as orange blossom)
- 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
- In a small bowl combine the honey and red pepper flakes. Microwave for 20 seconds and stir. Set aside.
- Supreme the citrus by trimming the top and bottom of the fruit with a sharp paring knife; place cut side up. Slice lengthwise between flesh and peel, following fruit's natural contour; remove peel and pith.
- Hold fruit over bowl to catch juice. Slice lengthwise between 1 segment and the membrane until you reach the center of the fruit.
- Make a similar slice on the other side of the segment and drop the segmented fruit into a large bowl. Repeat for each segment and for each piece of citrus. (This may seem tedious, but it goes pretty quickly and you'll develop a rhythm.)
- Once all segments are removed, squeeze juice from membrane into the bowl. Discard membranes and peels.
- Microwave the honey for an additional 15 seconds to loosen it up, then pour the honey over the fruit and fold it in gently to combine.