Citrus fruits can be used all year round and are hugely versatile. They can be eaten just as they are, added to sauces, dips and dressings, preserved in marmalades and relishes, and used to transform countless recipes. This book describes and illustrates all the varieties of this wonderful fruit family, with information about taste and texture, preparation and nutrition, as well as advice on buying and storing. There are tangy recipes for classic and contemporary citrus dishes, including Chicken with Preserved Lemon and Olives, Key Lime Pie, and Crepes with Orange Sauce. This beautiful cookbook will provide you with wonderful ideas to add zest to your cooking.
Coralie Dorman is a food writer who worked on the ground-breaking Taste magazine when it was first launched. She has been food editor on several national magazines, and has written for many others, including BBC Good Food, Bella Cookbook, and the Waitrose and Marks & Spencer in-house magazines.