Tangelo Pork Stir-Fry.

first_img Tweet Share Sharing is caring! DirectionsUsing a vegetable peeler, remove zest from tangelos in long strips. Cut the strips lengthwise into very thin pieces. Cut the tangelos in half and squeeze enough juice from them to get 1/2 cup.Heat a large wok or skillet over medium-high heat. Swirl in 2 teaspoons oil, then add pork and cook, stirring, until just cooked, 2 to 3 minutes. Transfer to a plate.Add the remaining 1 teaspoon oil to the pan along with shallots, garlic, ginger, crushed red pepper and the zest. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute. Add bell peppers and celery and cook, stirring constantly, until crisp-tender, about 2 minutes. Stir in the tangelo juice and soy sauce; bring to a simmer. Cook for 1 minute.Whisk vinegar and cornstarch in a small bowl, then pour it into the pan along with the pork and its juices. Cook, stirring often, until thickened and bubbling and the pork is heated through, about 1 minute. 34 Views   no discussions Recipe source: eatingwell.comcenter_img Share Share Tangelo Stir FryThis pork and pepper stir-fry uses strips of tangelo zest and bright tangelo juice, which offers a little sunshine on a midwinter night. Tangelos, hybrids of tangerines and pummelos (or grapefruit), are often labeled as Minneolas or Honeybells.Recipe NutritionPer serving: 222 calories; 6 g fat (1 g saturated fat, 2 g mono unsaturated fat); 74 mg cholesterol; 16 g carbohydrates; 26 g protein; 3 g fiber; 274 mg sodium; 671 mg potassium Nutrition Bonus: Vitamin C (220% daily value), Selenium (56% dv), Vitamin A (40% dv), Potassium (16% dv), Zinc (15% dv).Ingredients2 tangelos, such as Minneolas or Honeybells3 teaspoons toasted sesame oil, divided1 pound pork tenderloin, trimmed and cut into thin strips2 medium shallots, thinly sliced2 cloves garlic, minced2 tablespoons minced fresh ginger1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper2 red bell peppers, thinly sliced2 stalks celery, thinly sliced2 tablespoons reduced-sodium soy sauce1 tablespoon rice vinegar2 teaspoons cornstarch Food & DiningLifestyle Tangelo Pork Stir-Fry. by: – June 1, 2011last_img read more

Man Utd legend Keane blasts De Gea, Maguire after Spurs duel

first_img “There’s got to be something going on at half-time. If I was Ole, make some changes, get some lads off the pitch, some of them are going through the motions at the moment, not that United have been bad, but you’ve got to impose your personalities. “Spurs have been okay, they’ve been compact, they’ve been okay. “Maguire and de Gea, I wouldn’t even be letting them on the bus at the end of the match. Get a taxi back to Manchester. “These are all established internationals. And I know we have to sit here and analyse the game. Analyse it until the cows come home! You do your job! read also:Roy Keane ties Martial’s performance to Ighalo’s Arrival “We’re trying to get in the top four – not the league by the way – just on about getting the top four, God forbid about getting trophies. “I am disgusted with it – Maguire, de Gea, you should hang your heads in shame. Representing Manchester United and letting people run past you? Get close to people! Move your feet.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Manchester United legend, Roy Keane, blasted David de Gea for the goal he conceded to Tottenham’s Steven Bergwijn in Friday’s 1-1 draw. Loading…center_img Bergwijn burst through the defence, beating several United men – including Harry Maguire – before firing in a shot that was too hot to handle for David De Gea. Keane lambasted De Gea on Sky Sports, stating: “I’m shocked at that goal. I’ve watched a lot of football over the years, but to give away that goal… I’m fuming watching this game of football. “I can’t believe Manchester United! I can’t believe [Luke] Shaw, heading the ball in the air and then running forward. “I am staggered at Maguire. Staggered that an international player can get done like this. “And I am sick to death of this goalkeeper. I would be finding him at half-time; there’s no getting away from that. “I would be swinging punches at that guy. This is an established international goalkeeper, I am flabbergasted.Advertisementlast_img read more

MBB : Christmas finding comfort zone as Syracuse’s anchor in paint

first_imgBOSTON – The maturation process for Rakeem Christmas began in late January. Thrust into the spotlight as Fab Melo was declared ineligible the day of Syracuse’s game at Notre Dame, the freshman immediately had more responsibility.That afternoon, he was dominated by Jack Cooley, who led the way with 17 points and 10 rebounds as the Fighting Irish handed the Orange its first loss of the season. Christmas started at center, but played an uninspiring 13 minutes, scoring two points and grabbing four rebounds.‘I think the thing that you have to have freshmen do, which we’ve been working on, is figure out how you can be successful for this team to win,’ Syracuse assistant coach Mike Hopkins said on Wednesday.Christmas flourished two days after the Notre Dame loss, on Jan. 23, when he had another chance to be the man in the middle of the 2-3 zone. His four-point, nine-rebound, three-block performance in a win over Cincinnati prevented SU from dropping two in a row after a 20-0 start.Fast forward to March 14. Melo’s ineligible again. This time, Christmas has been up for the challenge from the get-go, averaging seven points, nine rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game in the NCAA Tournament. The freshman has started 33 of 35 games this season for No. 1 Syracuse (33-2), but played just a couple of token minutes at the start of most Big East games before taking a seat on the bench. Against Kansas State in the third round Saturday, Christmas put up huge numbers for a freshman on such a big stage. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHis eight points, 11 rebounds – four offensive – and three blocks displayed a confidence that had not always been visible. An encore performance would be huge for Syracuse in its matchup with No. 4 Wisconsin (26-9) in the Sweet 16 on Thursday at 7:15 p.m. at the TD Garden. The Badgers have gotten double-digit offensive rebounds in four straight games.Christmas’ ability to rebound at the center position helped Syracuse remedy some of its rebounding deficiencies in the win over the Wildcats. Those 11 rebounds are more than Melo, who Christmas is replacing, grabbed in any game this season.‘He’s got a natural knack to be a great rebounder,’ Hopkins said. ‘I think the thing where we’re better is he’s a better defensive rebounder than we’ve had. Ricky Jackson was pretty darn good, but he’s as good a center (as) a rebounder as we’ve had.’In the Syracuse 2-3 zone, Hopkins said the center is usually out of position to rebound when a shot comes off the rim. That makes Christmas’ performance even more astonishing from last weekend.Hopkins works the Orange big men. Getting Christmas ready to play important minutes at the center position – after playing most of the season at power forward – was a difficult task.But Christmas’ offensive game has improved with the increased playing time as well. He is running up and setting screens for the Orange guards. He’s finding himself in pockets inside where he’s at a good angle to receive a pass.Against Kansas State, he scored three buckets in the second half off assists from guards. Showing what he can do has given his teammates more confidence in passing him the ball.Having Christmas in the middle allows for him to be on the court with C.J. Fair, Syracuse’s second-leading rebounder behind Melo. Not only does that frontcourt rebound well, but Scoop Jardine said the Orange becomes one of the most athletic teams in the country with both Fair and Christmas running the floor.‘We’re a faster team, and we’re able to do more on both ends with both of those guys on the court,’ he said.Wisconsin features three players who average more than five rebounds per game. The Badgers are 17-2 when they outrebound their opponent, compared to 9-7 when they don’t, so SU’s success on both the offensive and defensive glass is critical.With high praise comes heightened expectations for Christmas. The freshman said he’s been getting support from his teammates to continue the string of strong performances.‘Basically, they told me to keep doing the same thing,’ Christmas said. ‘Scoop, Kris (Joseph), telling me to keep getting rebounds, get putbacks and set screens for them. Help the team win.’mcooperj@syr.edu Published on March 21, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Mark: mcooperj@syr.edu | @mark_cooperjr Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more