Oroblanco is an incredibly fragrant citrus fruit that tastes like grapefruit that’s very sweet rather than bitter. In fact, oroblanco is a hybrid fruit that is the result of crossing a pummelo with a grapefruit. The oroblanco leaves behind all bitterness and acidity of grapefruit in favor of a bright, sweet citrus flavor. If you love citrus yet aren’t a fan of grapefruit, oroblanco might just be the perfect fruit experience for you!
Like many citrus fruits, oroblanco grapefruit is welcome in just about any recipe where sweet, sour citrus flavor is needed. Use it in desserts to brighten up creams, candies, cakes and pies. Grate zest or squeeze the juice into sauces, marinades and soups. Use oroblanco to impart mildly acidic sweetness to rich meat dishes or delicate seafood preparations. The culinary uses of oroblanco are only limited by your imagination.
How to prepare your oroblanco will depend on the recipe you’re using. Here are the most common ways to prepare oroblanco for just about any recipe.