A variety of the Mandarin orange, tangerines are most commonly peeled and eaten out of hand. They are suprisingly good, though, in desserts and also paired with meats such as Roast Pork Tangerine and Lime and Tangerine Chicken Breasts.
This sweet fruit spread is great on toast but is also fun in a peanut butter sandwich.
How do you improve on grilled marinated tuna? Serve it warm with this fresh-tasting citrus side salad.
Light, airy souffles make a welcome dessert after a filling meal and this sweet-tart tangerine version pairs beautifully with after-dinner coffee.
Ouzo, often referred to as the national drink of Greece, is an anise-flavor liqueur used in this easy fruity dessert.
Toasted walnuts act as croutons for this fruit and spinach side salad.
This fruit and nut filled dessert is easy to make because it uses a yellow cake mix.
Make this fruity oatmeal ahead, then simmer 5 minutes to serve for a quick breakfast.
Whole milk and whipping cream acts as the base of traditional panna cotta. Our slimmed down version uses fat-free milk and Greek yogurt instead.
Biscotti are always sweetly welcome dippers for coffee or tea, but you can see how well they accompany cold favorites when you serve them with sorbet.
Cranberry and cherry juices give this champagne drink its festive bright red color.
Tangerines bring natural sweetness to this relish, so you need less sugar to balance the tartness of the cranberries.
A cumin-scented sherry vinaigrette sets off a harmony of flavors and textures in this colorful vegetable salad.
You can make this candy recipe in less than half an hour. Store it in the refrigerator up to a month and you'll always have dessert ready when guests stop by.