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Sanguina Moro de Catania

Sanguina Moro of Catania

On the lush island of Sicily, Italy, hides a real culinary treasure: the Moro de Catania blood orange. This blood orange variety, with its distinctive dark red color and exquisite flavor, has conquered the palates of food lovers around the world. In this blog post, we will explore the wonders of the Moro de Catania blood orange and the various culinary applications that make it stand out among other citrus fruits.

Origin and Characteristics

The Moro de Catania blood orange is a unique variety of blood orange grown mainly in the region of Catania, Sicily, and now also in our orchard in Valencia. Its distinctive deep red color, caused by the presence of anthocyanins in the skin and pulp, has earned it the nickname "blood orange". Its sweet flavor with an acidic touch and captivating aroma make it stand out among other citrus varieties.

Health Benefits

In addition to its delicious flavor, the Moro de Catania blood orange also offers health benefits. Like all oranges, it is an excellent source of vitamin C, which strengthens the immune system and promotes skin health. In addition, it contains natural antioxidants that help protect the body against free radicals and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Culinary Applications

Moro de Catania bloodroot stands out in the kitchen due to its versatility. Here are some of its delicious culinary applications:

Juices and Beverages: The vibrant dark red color of this blood orange makes it a popular choice for preparing fresh juices and smoothies. Its sweet and sour flavor adds an exotic and refreshing touch.

Jams and Preserves: Thanks to its high pectin content, Moro de Catania blood oranges are ideal for making jams and preserves. Its intense color and unique flavor make these preparations irresistible.

Salads: Moro de Catania bloodstone slices add a touch of elegance and flavor to mixed salads. Combined with fresh ingredients such as spinach, nuts and feta cheese, they create an explosion of flavors.

Desserts: From sorbets and ice cream to pies and cakes, this blood orange variety is perfect for a creative twist on traditional desserts.

Sauces and Dressings: Moro de Catania blood oranges can also be used to prepare sauces and dressings to accompany meat, poultry or fish dishes.

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