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Title: Citrus beverages
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SING FLORIDA

ITRUS FRUITS


CITRUS BEVERAGES


May 1962


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


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Citrus Beverages

Fresh, frozen or canned citrus juices make wonderful i
freshing beverages that are nourishing and full of energy
Use them between meals for a quick pick-up, at meals for N
riety, and serve them for party-fare.

Orange Nog
3 cups milk 2 teaspoons grated or fine
1% tablespoons sugar chopped orange rind
1% cups orange juice
Measure milk and sugar into fruit jar. Shake well, wi
chipped ice if available. Add orange juice and rind and sha
vigorously. If orange juice is sour, more sugar may be need,
Yield: 6 servings.
Orange Eggnog
1 egg, separated % cup milk
2 tablespoons sugar 1 cup orange juice
Orange juice and milk should be cold. Beat egg yolk ur
light and fluffy. Beat egg white until stiff, but not dry, addi
the sugar gradually. Combine egg yolk and white, and stir
the milk and orange juice. Yield: 2 servings.

Grapefruit Nog
1% cups evaporated milk % cup. sugar
% cup water 2 cups grapefruit juice
All ingredients should be cold. Mix milk, water and sug
and stir in the grapefruit juice slowly. Beat with a rota
beater or put in fruit jar and shake until foamy. Yield: 4 to
servings.
Fresh Limeade
6 limes % cup sugar
1 lime sliced thin 4 cups water
Wash limes. Cut in halves crosswise. Squeeze juice frc
limes. Pour into large container. Add sugar and water. St
Pour over ice. Add 1 slice lime to each glass. Serve. Mak
4 servings. If you have Florida lemons, calamondins or so
oranges, follow this recipe for making ades from them.

Pink Limeade
To limeade add /4 cup maraschino cherry juice and 1 cher
to each glass.








Frozen Limeade or Lemonade


Follow directions on can. One 6-ounce can will make four
servings. Pour over ice cubes in glass.
Fresh Orangeade
Use 4 oranges and 1 lime. Squeeze for juice. Add sugar
and water. Stir. Pour over ice. Serves 4.
Fruit Ade


1 small can frozen orange
juice
1 small can frozen limeade
water


2 cups pineapple or grape
juice


Open cans and mix. frozen juices as directed on can. Add
pineapple or grape juice and stir. Pour over ice and serve.
Makes 8 servings.
Citrus Party Punch
8 cups grapefruit juice 2 cups Florida tangerine juice
1 pint ginger ale (frozen or fresh)
Chill all ingredients thoroughly. Combine citrus juices with
ginger ale in punch bowl. Add cracked ice. Garnish with lime
slices and mint. Yield: 24 1/2-cup servings.

Hot Spiced Punch
2 cups orange juice 1 3-inch piece stick cinnamon
1 cup guava juice 1 teaspoon grated Florida
% cup sugar orange rind
1 teaspoon whole cloves 6 orange slices
Combine all ingredients except orange slices in saucepan.
Place over low heat, bring to boiling point; simmer 5 minutes;
strain. Pour into heated bowl or pitcher. Stud orange slices
with additional cloves; float on top. Yield: 6 servings.

Citrus Sodas
For each soda, combine 2/3 cup chilled Florida orange, tan-
gerine or blended orange and grapefruit juice with Y cup chilled
ginger ale in a tall glass. Add a large scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Citrus Float


% cup fresh lime, Florida
lemon or sour orange
juice
%4 cup sugar


1 cup orange juice
2 cups gingerale
Ice cream


Chill. Just before serving add 1 tablespoon ice cream to
each glass and a thin slice of orange to garnish. Makes 4
servings.









REFERENCES


Bulletin, Florida's Favorite Recipes for Citrus Fruits, written by Florid
Agricultural Extension Service, printed by Florida Citrus Con
sion.
Source: Bulletin 167, Using Florida Citrus Fruits, 1958. Agricultural Ei
tension Service, Gainesville, Florida.


















































COOPERATIVE EXTENSION WORK IN AGRICULTURE AND HOME ECONOMICS
(Acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914)
Agricultural Extension Service. University of Florida,
Florida State University and United States Department of Agriculture, Cooperating
M. O. Watkins. Director




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