Amateur Chefs Contend For Leading Citrus Formality

For the 2005 Sunkist Citrus Challenge, hundreds of at-home chefs across the country proved that a splash of citrus can spice up any meal and inspire flavorful, fun and quick creations that any cook would be eager to share.

For the 2005 Sunkist Citrus Difficulty, hundreds of at-home chefs across the nation proved that a splash of citrus can spice up any meal and inspire tasty, fun and fast developments that any cook would be eager to share.The national contest called for amateur chefs to enter their recipes in three classifications: Entree, Quick & Easy and Citrus Celebre. Each winning chef was awarded $2,000 and a bounty of fresh Sunkist citrus fruit in order to continue dealing with friends and family to their flavorful recipes.Keys sent her Fire & Ice Citrus Steaks & Salsa recipe for the contest’s Entree category, putting a distinct spin on grilled steaks and typical salsa. The salmon is served inside fresh red-leaf lettuce and can be dipped in the citrus marinade sauce.Norman’s Warm Lemon-Basil” Martini “Cake with Toasted-Spice Citrus Tartar, sent in the Citrus Celebre classification, includes enough citrus to dazzle the taste buds.

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