This recipe works as well for chicken or duck as it does for pork. If using poultry, select skinless breasts or thighs and adjust the cooking time so the meat registers 165 degrees on an instant-read thermometer. Serve with jasmine rice or cook the rice in chicken stock and the liquid from the blood orange infusion.
The sun beams down brightly, warming up Beck Grove after a long cold and rainy season. Showcased center stage are blushing blood orange trees loaded with oranges featuring its rose-red, delectable fruit.
Okay, so you're thinking, kumquats and pasta? Yes! They are great together, along with a nutty side note of hazelnuts that round out this dish. Simple, easy, and yummy, this is a great quick addition to dinner, when kumquats are fresh, and in season. It's also great as a pasta salad.