This month stock up on fresh oranges and incorporate them into easy, flavorful recipes.
Citrus is on sale in January. A medium orange packs 3 grams of fiber, a days worth of vitamin C and pleanty of other nutrients—all
for less than 50¢!
Oranges are for more than just juicing. Look for these oranges in your produce section to bring a different taste to your
In addition to snacking on segments, you can use oranges to brighten up a bevy of your favorite dishes.
►Brighten up fresh salsa. Chop orange segments and use them to replace some of the tomato.
►Make chicken special. Cook a mixture of orange juice, marmalade, honey, butter and ground ginger until marmalade and butter melt. Brush over a whole chicken before roasting.
Cost per serving: $3.11
Orange segments help to make this salad light and refreshing. Try using a combination of different orange varieties to make this recipe your own.
See recipe: Shrimp, Avocado and Orange Salad
Cost per serving: $1.18
This recipe only takes 30 minutes to cook but the chicken needs at least an hour to marinate. To save time, whip up this marinade the night before and let it marinate in your fridge overnight.
See recipe: Chicken Thighs with Mustard-Citrus Sauce
Cost per Serving: $1.52
Serve up this easy, low-calorie Asian-inspired stir-fry with a side of leftover brown rice and you've got a healthy dinner on the table in 15 minutes.
See recipe: Orange Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry
Cost per serving: 82 ¢
Orange juice in the batter and glaze give this dessert a wonderfully citrusy flavor. Make it special by sprinkling grated orange zest over the top and garnishing with fresh orange wedges.
See recipe: Orange Chiffon Cake