Seville orange

NOUN
  1. any of various common orange trees yielding sour or bitter fruit; used as grafting stock
  2. highly acidic orange used especially in marmalade
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How To Use Seville orange In A Sentence

  • The food is gutsy and unpretentious, and recipes such as squid stuffed with raisins and pine kernels, or polenta and Seville orange cake, certainly do it for me.
  • Ther names for the bitter orange tree are Seville orange, sour orange and bigarade orange. Bitter Orange or Bergamot - The Giving Tree Award Goes To Whom?
  • The Seville oranges, called naranja agria, or bitter orange, are used to make sauces and marinades, especially in the cooking of the Yucatan, as well as marmalades and liqueurs such as Triple Sec and Curaçao. Winter Sunshine: Mexican Ways with Citrus
  • Seville orange segments or slices can be preserved in sweet syrup or alcohol, such as brandy, orange liqueur or vodka.
  • Kindergarten carrots are usually tasteless but these unpeeled crunchy delights tasted like distilled essence of carrot and were wonderfully well suited to their Seville orange glaze.
  • Seville orange segments or slices can be preserved in sweet syrup or alcohol, such as brandy, orange liqueur or vodka.
  • It was lethal stuff, made from Seville oranges, curaçao and triple seco, which is another orange brandy. THE GWEN JOHN SCULPTURE
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