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Seville "Sour" or "Bitter" Oranges
November - March
for eating like regular oranges!
sour and bitter
, which is desirable for the recipes that call for them
The peel color starts out greenish
in the beginning of the season and gradually turns pale yellow, but don't fear -- they're just as good in November as in March for every cooking and baking recipe.
NOTE: There are between 12-15 individual fruit in one "tray", depending on the size of the fruit. Occasionally there will be less or more than this range, but that's the norm. The packed trays weigh around 9 lbs.
Seville Oranges are treasured worldwide for traditional
English Bitter Orange Marmalade
, the famed
marinade for pork and chicken, and many other recipes.
Rarely available anywhere, Sevilles are yet another
rare and unique citrus variety
available from The Orange Shop.
Hint: For a year round supply, you can process and freeze the oranges till you're ready to use them.
P.S. True "Florida Crackers" used the Sour Oranges that grew wild in the woods for a little-known incredible delicacy,
Sour Orange Pie!
See the recipe here......
See a great Blog post from
one of our customers
on making Seville Orange Marmalade
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1 Tray Seville Oranges - $34.99
2 Trays Seville Oranges - $49.99
3 Trays Seville Oranges - $63.99
4 Trays Seville Oranges - $76.99
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