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Tarocco Blood Orange
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This item was last sold on : 07/04/18
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Tarocco Blood oranges are a medium sized Blood orange that is also commonly called the "half" Blood orange. The Tarocco is given the "half" Blood orange name, because the outer skin typically does not have as much deep red pigmentation than other varieties such as the Morro or Sanguinello. The outer skin is mostly orange with small red accents. The inner flesh of the Tarocco Blood orange has deep red streaked segments that offers a sweet tart flavor that has a hint of raspberry.
Tarocco blood oranges are available in the late winter and early spring months.
Tarocco blood oranges are used in both sweet and savory preparations, raw or cooked, with an ideal balance of sweetness and acidity and no seeds. Use the juice in cocktails, syrups, caramels and marinades. Pair with other citrus, fresh herbs, soft cheeses, seafood, spinach, radishes and olives. Use as a compliment to yogurt, honey, olive oil and butter. Moro blood oranges will keep up to two weeks in the refrigerator.
Recipes that include Tarocco Blood Orange. One is easiest, three is harder.
|How Sweet Eats||Blood Orange Bourbon Smash with Spicy Vanilla Sugar|
|Broma Bakery||Blood Orange Marshmallows|
|Fork Knife Swoon||Creamy Coconut and Blood Orange Popsicles|
|The First Mess||Vegan Coconut Blood Orange Lassi with Cardamom|