Surprising Citrus A Cookbook Author:Audra Hendrickson, Jack Hendrickson At last, here is a cookbook that explains everything you should know about cooking with citrus fruit. Surprising Citrus, A Cookbook dispels the notion that you can only eat raw citrus and that you cannot cook with citrus - NOT TRUE! Citrus can be used in nearly every type of food or dish imaginable from meats to main dishes, breads to vegetable... more »s, salads to spreads, beverages to desserts, sauces to soups, and you will learn how to use them in cooking.
The authors, Audra and Jack Hendrickson, experienced food writers, describe the exquisite acid-sweet taste of a juicy orange, the mouthpuckering tartness of a perfect lemon and the refreshing coolness of a flawless lime in 170 recipes ranging from Saucy Baked Chicken to Frozen Calico Cream, Sunday Punch to Omelette Orange, Key Lime Pie to Cartwheel MacMuffins - with dozens of other mouthwatering recipes in between.
Adventurous cooks will learn how to equip their kitchens for citrus artistry using peelers, juicers, zesters, graters, spigot punches, and reamer; how to make the most of citrus by rolling, spiral cutting, sliver and mince peeling, and making cartwheels, boats and baskets.
Surprising Citrus, A Cookbook includes descriptions (11 different types) of citrus - sweet oranges, sour oranges, grapefruit, pummelos, lemons, limes, mandarins, kumquats, tangelos, tangos, citrons - as well as hints on cooking, buying, storing, handling and using.
Audra and Jack Hendrickson love to find surprising ways to prepare healthful foods. They also wrote The Carrot Cookbook, Garden Way Publishing.« less