Recipe Type: Meats and Main Courses

  • Pork Belly & Pineapple Burritos

    Tex-Mex cuisine is a fusion of Mexican food with a twist of American Texas flavors. This cuisine came about as a result of American settlers moving into Texas and embracing the Mexican culture then adding their own “American” signature to Mexican food. The most notable difference between Tex-Mex and Mexican cuisine is the ingredients used when making dishes. For example, Tex-Mex uses yellow cheese like cheddar, while authentic Mexican food only uses white cheese. It is also obvious with the spices used in prepped dishes. Tex-Mex uses cumin but Mexican dishes use chili, pepper, oregano, epazote, cilantro, and cacao. However,…

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  • Grilled Halibut with Cara Cara Navel Orange and Walnut Romesco Recipe

    Considered to be one of the country’s favorite fish, Halibut is a staple dish along the Northwest seaboard. Its’ white, firm meat offers a fresh delicious taste with a gentle flavor that makes it perfect for frying and grilling. Unlike other fish, Halibut has a mild, sweet-tasting flesh that pairs well with seasoning like pesto, basil, and citruses like Cara Cara Navel Orange and lemon juice. Halibut with Citrus Halibut is a healthy food that contains numerous nutrients that are good for the body, especially the heart. It contains omega-3, niacin, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin B complex that are well…

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  • Skinny Orange Chicken Recipe

    It may be cold and colorless outside because of the snow that blankets everything within sight but that doesn’t mean you cannot have sunny colors inside. When it is boring and drab outside, what you should do is add color and zest to your life by eating food that would remind you of a fun summer and make you look forward to months when everything is warm and lively again. If you agree, I suggest that you try your hand at cooking Skinny Orange Chicken. It is tasty and summery, plus it is easy to prepare and cook, so you…

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  • Pan-Roasted Salmon with Grapefruit-Cabbage Slaw

    Summer may have come and gone but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy food that would remind us of the picnics, barbeques, and fun-beach adventures we’ve had. It may be drab, chilly and colorless outside in winter, but we can always add color and summer flavors to the food we prepare to keep us warm during the cold winter days. So what’s the trick? Whip up recipes that use ingredients that are green or brightly colored and would easily remind you of summer. Make sure to incorporate some zest by adding citrus flavors to your dishes. You can also grill…

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  • Pear and Bacon Grilled Cheese Recipe

    Did you know that there are over 3000 varieties of pear grown worldwide? However, only 10 varieties are grown in the United States for commercial production and each has its distinctive color, texture, and flavor. If you want a sweet and juicy pear with a mild flavor and a firm texture then the red or green Anjou pear is for you. This spherical-shaped pear is great for baking, poaching, and grilling as it has the perfect balance of sweet flavor and soft flesh that offers a subtle lemony essence. If you are looking for a pear that is crisp and…

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  • Honeybell Glazed Pork Loin Roast Recipe

    It’s hard not to love Honeybell tangelos once you’ve had a taste of one. This bell-shaped treat is only available for a very limited time between late January and early February, and fans of the fruit are known to reserve their orders weeks or months in advance from their suppliers. This super-sweet, super-juicy citrus can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. It’s nice to eat out of hand since its loose skin is very easy to peel. Just make sure you have a napkin nearby. It also makes for a perfect compliment for a lot of desserts like vanilla…

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  • Savory Honeybell Baked Shrimp

    Seafood And Oranges We all know the tart taste of lemon seems almost made to go with seafood. But the sweeter flavor of oranges also makes a fantastic addition to any marinade or sauce used for cooking fish or shellfish. The sweet but tart flavor of Pittman and Davis Honeybells lends a welcomed sophistication to this easy, baked shrimp dish. Gather your ingredients, prepare this scrumptious shrimp dish, and watch it disappear. Ingredients 1 Pittman and Davis Honeybell Orange, zested and juiced 1 pound peeled/deveined jumbo shrimp 1/3 cup chopped parsley 2 cloves garlic minced 4 Tablespoons unsalted butter softened…

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  • Grapefruit Grilled Chicken Recipe

    Using citrus in marinades and sauces is a great way to add fresh flavors to many meats, salads, and seafood. In this easy recipe, grapefruit and chicken combine with the flam-kissed flavor of the grill to create a zesty dish that is sure to please. How to make Grapefruit Grilled Chicken Ingredients 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 2 Pittman & Davis Ruby Red Grapefruit 2 Tablespoons brown sugar 1 Tablespoon honey ¼ cup olive oil ½ teaspoon salt ¾ teaspoon black pepper Directions Squeeze and strain the juice of one grapefruit into a bowl. Add brown sugar and honey, then whisk…

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  • Grapefruit Chicken Recipe

    When first cultivated in the United States in 1823, grapefruit was less than popular because of the acidic nature of the fruit and its bitter flavor. At the time, other citrus fruits like oranges and mandarins, with their sweet flavors and lower levels of acidity, were far more sought after. It was only upon the discovery of the much sweeter pink grapefruit that people started taking a liking to the fruit. All thanks to the hard working – and persistent – Texans who, even after the entire nation had shunned the tangy grapefruit, still doggedly planted the tree. Now we…

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  • Pork Chops with Grapefruit Relish

    Grapefruit is a natural hybrid between a pomelo and sweet orange and was named thus due to the way the fruits develop – in clusters, like grapes. When grapefruits first arrived in the United States in 1823, it did not gain popularity due to its seedy nature and acrid taste. It actually took more than 40 years of planting, experimenting and patience before people started to have a liking to the fruit. The change of heart of many is all because of the sweet, red-fleshed grapefruit that grew as a bud sport on a limb of a pink grapefruit tree…

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