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Blood Oranges Season Australia

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Blood Oranges Season Australia

Blood oranges are a type of orange that gets its distinctive color from anthocyanin, which is a pigment that is also found in other fruits and vegetables like blueberries, raspberries, and eggplants. The season for blood oranges typically runs from December to April, which means they are currently in season here in Australia! Here are some ideas of what you can do with them.

Ideas for using blood oranges
One of the simplest things you can do with blood oranges is to just slice them up and eat them as-is. They make a great addition to a fruit salad or a healthy snack. If you want something a little more indulgent, you could use blood orange slices as a topping for pancakes or waffles – they would go especially well with ricotta cheese.

Blood oranges also make a great juice or smoothie base, thanks to their naturally sweet taste. If you’re feeling adventurous, you could even use blood orange juice in cocktails – it goes particularly well with gin. And of course, no list of blood orange recipes would be complete without mentioning marmalade! Blood orange marmalade is delicious on toast or in baking recipes.

If you are looking for something new to do with blood oranges, why not give one (or more!) of these recipes a try? Blood oranges are in season right now so they should be easy to find at your local supermarket or greengrocer. And they make a welcome change from the standard orange – so why not give them a try today?

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