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Tip van onze dietist Simone

Bij een carpaccio denk je misschien aan rauw rundvlees. Maar ‘carpaccio’ betekent eigenlijk niets anders dan ‘dun gesneden’ in het Italiaans. Daarom kun je van allerlei gerechten een carpaccio maken.

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Fresh orange carpaccio recipe

Fruit always works well for a lunch, snack or dessert. And when you prepare it like a carpaccio, it looks beautiful too. This carpaccio with orange is deliciously fresh and packed with important vitamins. The preparation is simple, so you can put this dish on the table in no time. And the cheerful colors? They provide an instant summer feeling.

Did you know... Orange, grapefruit, lemon and lime are citrus fruits? Citrus fruits are refreshing and incredibly healthy. They are especially rich in vitamin C which helps to ensure a good immune function. With this citrus carpaccio you're always good!

What you'll need

For 2 servings
    • 2 pink grapefruits
    • 2 oranges
    • 1 yellow lemon
    • 1 lime
    • 3 teaspoons olive oil
    • pink pepper berries

This is how you prepare this orange carpaccio recipe

  • Peel the oranges and grapefruits and cut them into thin slices. Save the juice.
  • Cut the lemons in half and squeeze them.
  • Mix the juice of the lemon with the juice of the oranges and grapefruits. Add the olive oil.
  • Place the citrus slices on the plates and pour the juice over them.
  • Finally, add the pink pepper. Enjoy your meal!
Tip from our dietician Solenne

When you think of carpaccio, you might think of raw beef. But “carpaccio” actually means nothing more than “thinly sliced” in Italian. Therefore, you can make carpaccio out of all kinds of ingredients.

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