This is an un-recipe; add as much of each ingredient as you like. How hungry are you? How sweet is your sweet tooth this morning? And go from there.
I supreme the oranges to remove the pith and make myself feel fancy. Here’s a great tutorial on how to supreme citrus fruits. I then place the oranges atop a generous dollop of yogurt, sprinkle with a drop of orange blossom water, then go to town with pistachios and honey.
Sweet navel oranges are my preference (they’re juicy and cheap!), as is all-natural whole milk yogurt, and local organic honey. Low fat yogurt can be used too, of course. Just read the label to make sure there are no nasty chemical additives and sugars in there. With a dish as simple and nourishing as this, why not use only the friendliest ingredients?
- Whole milk or low fat plain Greek yogurt (about 1/2 cup or more. How hungry are you?)
- 1 navel orange, supremed or segmented to your liking
- Small handful crushed pistachios
- Drop of orange blossom water
- Drizzle of honey
- Spoon your desired amount of yogurt into a bowl. Supreme the oranges, or segment them in your favorite way. Place them on top of the yogurt. Sprinkle with pistachios.
- Put your thumb over the orange blossom water bottle, and sprinkle a few drops over the top. Crown it all with as much honey as your heart desires. Consume immediately.
Audio pairing: Alpine, “Hands”