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blood orange

n.
A sweet orange having pulp that is red or streaked with red.
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blood orange

n
(Plants) a variety of orange all or part of the pulp of which is dark red when ripe
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blood′ or`ange


n.
any of various sweet oranges having a dark-red pulp.
[1850–55]
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blood orange

narancia sanguigna
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5 tbsp light rapeseed or sunflower oil, plus a little extra for greasing 300g selfraising flour 175g golden caster sugar 1 tsp baking powder 2 tbsp poppy seeds 200ml milk 1 large egg zest 2 blood oranges, juice 21/2 blood oranges 140g granulated sugar
Blood oranges, purple sprouting broccoli, cauliflower, leeks, swede and rhubarb all ticked that box in our selection of vegetarian offerings from the menu.
Blood oranges, purple sprouting broccoli, cauliflower, leeks, swede and rhubarb all ticked that box, in our selection of vegetarian offerings from the menu.
The shops have had a great range of blood oranges this year.
ISLAMABAD -- As the winter season on its peak, many visitors while traveling to Taxila-Khanpur dam road enjoying famous seasonal delight of the area 'Khanpuri red blood oranges' displayed at different spots to attract customers.
Blood orange terrine from Simon King, chef/proprietor at restaurant 1861, near Abergavenny Serves 4 Ingredients 12 blood oranges Gelatine or alternative gelling agent Sugar to taste Grande Marnier, also to taste, and optional Method Segment the oranges (ie peel and cut out the segments, with a sharp knife, which will ensure that you leave the pith behind) into a colander over a bowl to catch the orange juice.
> Hot pot at The Star restaurant in Green Dragon Lane, Swansea > Mini Mexican bean burgers on a bed of beans and rice with chipotle sauce and garlic mayo at Swansea Market > Smashed avocado at Waterloo Tea in Cardiff www.instagram.com/bwyta Blood orange terrine from Simon King, chef/proprietor at restaurant 1861, near Abergavenny | Serves 4 | Ingredients | 12 blood oranges | Gelatine or alternative gelling agent | Sugar to taste | Grande Marnier, also to taste, and optional Method Segment the oranges (ie peel and cut out the segments , with a sharp knife, which will ensure that you leave the pith behind), into a colander over a bowl to catch the orange juice.
Ready-made and devilishly delicious on its own, this twist on a classic negroni has blood oranges in the mix.
There are also 100ml bottles of the deliciously moreish Salt Caramel, and the mouth-watering Blood Oranges. To complete the collection, the prize includes portable 30ml bottles of Framboise Noire, English Cherry Blossom and Amber Rose, as well as three candles and a selection of scented products for bath and body.
She calls for blood oranges, which I'm sure would be beautiful here, but my beloved Cara Cara oranges were available instead, so I grabbed those for their deep-pink flesh.
For the waffles: 220g plain flour 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon Maldon salt 55g unrefined golden caster sugar 2 eggs, lightly beaten 120ml vegetable oil 480ml milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract For the garnish: 4 Blood oranges, peeled and sliced, or cut into segments 500g tub mascarpone For the syrup: The juice of 2 blood oranges A little arrowroot powder For the zesty sugar: 1 blood orange (use one of the garnish oranges) 2 heaped teaspoons unrefined light muscovado sugar Extras: A little mint or tarragon, for garnish A waffle pan or iron Method: First, make your waffle batter; sift the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar into a wide bowl.
blood oranges, the way they tie barbed wire around their wrists like