Check out this cool gadget from Williams-Sonoma – a citrus sprayer.
I’m not much for kitchen gadgets – most of them only do one thing (not well) and take up valuable space in my already-crowded kitchen. This one, however, is effective, has endless applications…and is fun!
- Spritz the rims of cocktail glasses then dip in salt (margaritas) or sugar (Mojitos).
- Spray over delicate baby greens that have been lightly tossed with olive oil, when you just want the slightest hint of citrus flavor.
- When I make guacamole, what isn’t eaten immediately turns a little brown. Mix it up and spray on some lime juice to freshen it up. A little citrus spray will delay the browning of sliced avocados and fruit salads.
- Mist some orange or tangerine juice over roasted broccoli or green beans.
- Grapefruit mist over fish and seafood, particularly crab and lobster salads is a little change-up from lemon juice.
- Grill some ears of corn, spray on some lime juice then roll in a blend of chili powder and salt.
It's a great way of getting the benefits of the juice without the mess!
I’d love to hear your uses for this fun little kitchen toy.