Though worthy of company, this dish is made with just a few ingredients. Blood orange juice gives the sauce a lovely color, but you could substitute any kind of orange juice as long as it’s freshly squeezed. Serve the scallops over wilted greens or with some herbed couscous.
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Great technique for scallops. The blood orange juice quickly caramelized into a delicious thick sauce.
We weren't fond of this - the sauce did not have the richness of beurre blanc nor did the citrus or vinegar stand up against the massive amount of oil. We won't be making again.
We halved the recipe and served this as a appetiser. So easy to make and just delicious. Will definstely make again.
This is fantastic! We made this with wilted spinach (start with caramelized onions & add a splash of blood orange juice at the end. We also added black cherry vinegar) and herbed quinoa (fresh tarragon & thyme, pistachios, dried cranberries and blood orange juice). My husband said it was a "Top Chef Worthy" meal. Easy and delicious. We will ABSOLUTELY make this again!
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