What is a Seville Orange?
- Also known as Bitter Orange or Sour Orange, this cooking orange is not meant to be eaten fresh out of hand–it’s famous for its bumpy, thick, deep orange, wonderfully fragrant rind. The fruit contains a sour and bitter pulp and juice with a lot of seeds.
How to Eat
- Use the rind to make marmalade, add to sauces, salad dressings, or baked goods, or infuse liqueurs and olive oil. Its tart juice can also be used in sauces, salad dressings, desserts, and cocktails.
- Excellent source of vitamin C.
How to Choose
- Choose Seville Oranges that have a deep orange color with no soft spots.
How to Store
- Store refrigerated for up to 1 week.
When are they in season?
- January through February
Where are they grown?
- Product of U.S.A.