Cuban Mojo Criollo Marinade and Dressing — The Curious Coconut
Mojo Criollo is a traditional Cuban sauce made with sour orange juice and garlic. It's a versatile marinade for meats and veggies and also works well as a raw dressing for slaw. It is easy to whip up a big batch and freeze in portions, too!
Marmalade gets tipsy...
Orange Whiskey Marmalade "I looove marmalade!" (she shouts and jumps up and down on Oprah's chair) It is the Katie Holmes to my Tom Cruise...well, when the love affair first happened. And I'm not planning to brainwash my marmalade or use it to get a seat on the big space ship after I die (or however that religion works). So I don't see us breaking up any time soon. I do, however, plan to get it a little drunk. I've been wanting to make it for some time to use as a filling for a cake…
Sour-Orange Grilled Chicken Paillards Recipe
Paillards are chicken breasts that have been flattened to an even thinness with a meat mallet or rolling pin. They cook exceptionally quickly on the grill, which prevents them from drying out.
5 Uses For Sour Orange Juice
Earlier this week we made Messy Moroccan Chicken Wings and one of the ingredients that makes them finger lickin’ delicious is sour orange juice. Some might call it bitter orange, bigarade, or Seville orange, but no matter which one you choose, it’s a staple in our house! Bitter orange juice comes from a specific type of orange (you can read more about it here) and it’s a smaller orange with thick skin that gets a little wrinkled with deep pores.