Grapefruit has a lot of potential in the kitchen. It's sweet, tart, and juicy, so it's perfect for refreshing drinks, or in desserts like tarts and cakes.
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01 You can make grapefruit curd! It’s delicious on toast or scones, or even as a dip for biscuits. (It does contain eggs, so it won’t keep for more than about a week in the fridge.)
02 Peel and chop the grapefruits into little pieces, then freeze them overnight in a bag before eating or cooking with them. The frozen chunks make great additions to smoothies and other homemade drinks
03 Preserving grapefruits by drying is also easy! Cut the whole fruit into thin slices Place on cookie sheets and let dry at 115 degrees F overnight or until completely dry and crisp. Store in airtight containers at room temperature.
– 2.5 oz of Champagne or sparkling wine of choice – 2.5 oz grapefruit juice – 1 slice of grapefruit for garnish
1. In a glass pour 2 ½ oz (75 ml) champagne or sparkling white wine halfway up.
1. top with 2 ½ oz (75ml) freshly squeezed grapefruit juice.
Stir to combine. Garnish with grapefruit slice or garnish of choice