|Seville oranges thrive in the Florida sunshine|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
Characterized by a rough, thick and bumpy, deep, orange-colored peel, Seville oranges are one of the more sour citrus varieties. Though not as popular for snacking as the sweet, low-acid oranges, Seville oranges are great for adding a tart citrus orange flavor to recipes without being cloyingly sweet.
Seville oranges are most commonly used in marmalades where the zest and juice can be used to full advantage and the bitter flavors can be developed into elements of depth.
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