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Citrus Grillers

Citrus Grillers recipe
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Oranges, lemons, limes and grapefruit are the keys to flavorful grills that just happen to be smart eating too. Our mix-and-match instructions make it easy.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
43 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
11/8/2004
I tried the salmon and found that this method didn't give too much extra taste. I was a little disapointed actually. It tasted fine but not great. You should definitely marinate as it suggests to get the most taste.
posted:
10/9/2004
I chose to cook chicken, but instead of grilling this recipe, I used the broil option on my stove. The results were similar to grilling. Also, instead of using one of the recommended sauces for the marinade, I used Kraft Honey Barbeque Sauce and I used oranges, which tasted very good with the chicken! It was overall, an easy dish to cook!
posted:
9/15/2004
The pork and lime was great! The pork was very juicy(not dry). My whole family loved it.
posted:
9/6/2004
Excellent idea, easy to grill, keeps the fish from burning, and delicious!!! It was a crowd pleaser
posted:
9/5/2004
I made chilcken, lime, B-B-Q sauce. Oh YUM!! The whole family loved it, even the picky kids. We are trying cod, oranges, Sun-dried tomato tonight!!
posted:
8/28/2004
I made Salmon with lemons and Sun-Dried Tomato Dressing and it was excellent. My 5 year old loves salmon and he agreed this was very good.
posted:
8/22/2004
For those without a grill....I used chicken, lemons, and the sun dried tomato concoction. I marinated the chicken for 4 hours in the refrigerator. I put the chicken into a 9x13" pan....marinade and all, and baked it at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. It was awesome! Definitely looked like gourmet food. I served it with rice, french cut green beans, and rolls with butter. Can't wait to do another mix and match!
posted:
8/21/2004
Grilling the shrimp over the citrus fruit makes it cook much slower, which really enhances the flavor. I tried it with and without the fruit on the grill, and with the fruit was so much better. I used Orange juice and Poppyseed dressing. I will have to try it with grapefruit next time.
posted:
8/18/2004
I had four couples over for a dinner when I fixed this. They all said I had way too much salmon. However, there was nothing left on any of the serving dishes when the meal was over. One of them passed up desert to finish the last little piece of salmon. Great taste, easy to cook, and little clean up. Does it get any better?
posted:
8/18/2004
I don't have a grill or a place to put one. The recipe looks good though. It would be nice if you could give alternate cooking directions, like how to prepare this in the oven (temp, time, etc.) if that would be feasible for the recipe. Thanks!
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