I am always up for trying a new ingredient, but that being said I don’t guarantee that I will like it. I had seen heart of palm in several recipes that I had perused over time, so when I saw them at Trader Joes I, of course, bought a bottle. This jar has sat on my shelf for a time and I thought I would use it for this Sunday’s dinner.
Tag Archives: Mandarin orange
Karl’s Heart of Palm, Mandarin Orange, and Arugula Salad
Filed under California Fusion, Salads, Vegan, Vegetarian
Karl’s Chervil Green Beans with Mandarin Orange
Jan wanted a simple dinner of brats and potatoes. Eilene wanted more vegetables. I tried to please them both.
Filed under Side Dishes, Vegan, Vegetables
Karl’s Mandarin Orange Infused Sugar
Last year, I created an orange infused sugar, which rapidly became a staple on my counter. It is a simple recipe, just zested orange peel and sugar. It allows you to add a sweet orange zing to anything you are making—tea, breads, whatever—without have to go to all of the effort of finding an orange and zesting it on the spot. This always leaves you with the dilemma of: What do you do with the rest of the orange?
Filed under Sauces and Spices