I’m Back with a Tangerine and Jicama Salad Recipe!

Peeling a Tangerine

Sorry for the unannounced disappearance!

The move back to the states, living out of a small bedroom with two animals, and being without a steady means of transportation has made it difficult for me to concentrate on blogging! On top of that, all of my spare time lately has been spent house hunting and Christmas shopping.

Luckily, we did find a nice house, but for now it’s empty since our furniture is still on its way back from Sicily! But Smack and Thumbelina have moved into the new place and Justin has been sleeping there on an inflatable mattress so that his commute to work is shorter. The animals are happy to have the run of the house after being mostly confined to one room for the last month! I’ve been borrowing a car when I can and splitting my time between my sister’s place and the new house. Hopefully the furniture and my car will arrive sometime in January.

Tomorrow, I am heading back up to central California to spend Christmas and New Year’s with the rest of my family. I will have my sourdough starter in tow and plan on making a sourdough swap with some Bay Area relatives! If everything goes well, I’ll be returning with a new (to me) starter that has been in my cousin’s family for decades (maybe centuries)! I’ll know more about the history of it soon.

Phew! Now you’re all caught up.

So, what have I been doing, foodwise, in San Diego? Eating out a lot, unfortunately! Don’t get me wrong, I do like to eat out occasionally. But now that my body is used to eating good, home cooked meals, it doesn’t like it when I eat out too much! Not only have I been packing on the pounds (something that happens every time I come back to the states), but I haven’t been feeling that great either. But I have to admit that despite my increasing waistline and that not-so-healthy feeling, I’ve been enjoying eating out at some good Mexican, Greek, Chinese, and American restaurants!

One healthy thing I have been eating a lot of lately is the wonderful tangerines off the tree in my sister’s backyard. The oranges aren’t quite ripe yet but the tangerine tree is loaded with super sweet, perfectly ripe, seedless tangerines! Mostly we peel and eat them right off the tree but we’ve also been enjoying them in salads and even muffins!

My favorite salad so far was made of tangerines and jicama with garlic, olive oil, cilantro and crushed red pepper. This was actually one of the first things I created after arriving in San Diego and it was made with a bag of tangerines I found sitting on the kitchen counter one day (this was before I realized that my sister’s tangerines were ripe). I wasn’t sure who the fruit belonged to, but I figured that they were free for the taking since they had been left on the counter! I later found out that they were a gift from my brother-in-law’s aunt. Thanks, Aunt Monica!

The salad is a simple creation but peeling and sectioning the tangerines might seem intimidating if you’ve never done it before. Although some might think that tangerines don’t yield enough fruit to make this method worth the effort, I disagree! It really didn’t take much time at all and I enjoyed this salad even more than the orange salads I usually make! Here are some step-by-step photos to show you the process:

1. Cut off the top and bottom of the tangerine.

Cut ends off Tangerine

2. Using a sharp knife, carefully cut off the peel in sections, being sure to remove all of the white pith as you go.

Peeling a Tangerine

3. Continue until the tangerine has been peeled completely.

Peeled tangerine

4. Holding the tangerine in one hand and a paring knife in the other, carefully remove each section by cutting just inside the white membrane on either side.

Sectioning the Tangerine

5. Don’t throw away any of the peels or empty membranes, you’ll be salvaging the leftover juice from these later!


5. You should end up with perfectly smooth, bite-size, membrane-free tangerine pieces. I peeled and sectioned 4 or 5 tangerines to get this amount (enough for my lunch!):

Tangerine pieces

Next comes the jicama! If you aren’t familiar with this slightly sweet, crunchy root, Wikipedia offers a good explanation. It might not be the prettiest thing to look at, but jicama is wonderful in salads!


I usually shred it, but this time I decided to try it cubed.

Cubed jicama

I wanted to have equal parts tangerine and jicama but I just eyeballed the amount instead of actually measuring.

Tangerine and Jicama

Next, I chopped up a handful of cilantro leaves to sprinkle over the top.


Tangerines, Jicama and Cilantro

Now for the dressing. Hopefully you listened to me and saved that pile of tangerine peels and mebranes! You want to squeeze every last bit of juice from that mess! You can even pour off the juice that has collected on the cutting board and whatever has collected in the bowl or plate of tangerine sections. You should be able to salvage about a tablespoon of juice per peeled tangerine. Exact amounts aren’t important, just collect as much juice as you can and put it in a bowl. This is about a quarter cup of juice:

Tangerine juice

Next, pour in an equal amount of extra virgin olive oil:

Tangerine Juice and Olive Oil

Then add one a clove or two of fresh chopped garlic (I used one clove for 1/4 C. juice and 1/4 C. olive oil):

Tangerine Salad Dressing

Finally, whisk it all together! If you don’t have a cute little whisk like this one, don’t worry! A fork will do just fine.

Whisking Dressing

To finish your salad, sprinkle the plate of tangerines and jicama with fresh ground black pepper, sea salt and a sprinkle of crushed red pepper (if you like it spicy, add lots of crushed red pepper, it’s great that way). Pour a few spoonfuls of dressing over the salad and reserve the rest for another use.

Tangerine Jicama Salad

Now it’s time to eat!

Tangerine Jicama Salad with Fork

Tangerine and Jicama Salad with Garlic and Cilantro

4 or 5 tangerines, peeled and sectioned
equal amount of cubed jicama (eyeball it)
handful of fresh cilantro leaves, chopped
pinch of sea salt
fresh ground black pepper
pinch of crushed red pepper
dressing to taste (recipe follows)

Combine tangerine pieces and jicama in a bowl or on a plate. Sprinkle with cilantro, salt, pepper, and crushed red pepper. Top with a few spoonfuls of Tangerine Garlic Dressing. Serves one or two.

Tangerine Garlic Dressing

1/4 C. fresh squeezed tangerine juice
1/4 C. extra virgin olive oil
1 clove garlic, minced

Whisk together all ingredients.

Now I’m ready for some oranges! Although the oranges on my sister’s tree aren’t quite ripe, I know I’ll have access to plenty of fresh oranges once I get up to Madera tomorrow. My goal is to create a few new recipes using some of our wonderful California oranges when I get there. In the meantime, here are some orange recipes from last winter!

Blood Orange Salad Blood Orange and Green Olive Salad

Orange Cranberry SaladOrange Cranberry Salad with Walnuts and Blue Cheese

Orange Mini Cheesecake Mini Orange Cheesecakes with Grand Marnier Cream

And it turns out that someone did try making my Lemon Sugar Cookies with oranges instead of lemons like I had suggested after seeing that Patricia had tried them with Limes. Well, she actually used clementines but I think it’s close enough! Check out Allison’s Clementine Sugar Cookies at A Day Late and a Dollar Short.

One last thing! I want to send out a huge thank you to Ben Lew, the very talented designer who created the original Pinch My Salt theme for this blog. He is the one responsible for the new winter colors which showed up at the beginning of the month. If you only read my posts through a feed reader, stop by and check out the new look! If you are looking for a designer, Ben’s portfolio, resume, and contact info can be found at BenLew.com

  1. Peter

    Nicole, welcome back from the abyss!

    Your salad could also be called a chutney. I’ve had jicama once, and I look forward to experimenting with it again.

    2:10 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  2. Amy

    Glad to see you’re back. This looks delicious. Love the photos!

    2:23 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  3. Corinne

    You could have at least made something that didn’t include cilantro — ick! Don’t be making anything with Cilantro at my house! =o) Welcome back stranger!

    3:13 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  4. Ruby

    Hey there stranger! Well you can bring all the cilantro dishes to my house since Corinne is such a weirdo about it. You know me, I always have fresh cilantro!
    This salad looks fabulous! And I love jicama especially in salads. Looks fresh and tart!
    mmmmmm 🙂

    3:27 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  5. Jennifer

    Welcome back, Nicole! Your pictures are terrific as usual.

    4:21 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  6. Mary

    That salad looks delicious! I may have to try a tangerine. And I like cilantro, but I don’t, in general, like fruit.

    4:29 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  7. bethany actually

    Oh my goodness, that salad looks so yummy and is so…so California! 🙂 Glad you found a house!

    5:14 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  8. VeggieGirl

    so glad to see you back in the blogging world, Nicole!! and I’m so happy to hear that you’ve found a nice house – I wish you the best of luck in your new dwellings :0)

    tangerine and jicama… sounds like quite an intriguing combination for a salad!! yum!! I’m bookmarking this recipe, for sure :0)

    5:16 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  9. Nicole

    Peter: Yes, I suppose it is rather chutney-like 🙂

    Amy: Thanks! I’ll try not to disappear again for a while 🙂

    Corinne: You don’t have to use the cilantro, silly! Would be good with some chopped flat leaf parsley instead. And what do you care what I make at your house, you won’t even be there! 🙂

    Ruby: This would be good with your mom’s blood oranges, too! Will they be ripe when I get there?? I’m really missing my Sicilian oranges!!

    Jennifer: Thanks! I’ve been noticing some great photos on your site as well!

    Mary: You might like it! Even though the salad has a sweet element with the tangerines, it’s definitely more of a savory dish!

    Bethany Actually: Yes, these are definitely some California flavors 🙂

    VeggieGirl: Thanks! Hope you get a chance to try the salad sometime!

    7:29 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  10. Curt

    Good to see you back, Nicole. My favorite tangerine ‘dish’ is to get the juice of one, add to it the juice of half a lime, sprinkle in some cane sugar, and add in a shot of Teton Glacier vodka, pour into a cold glass, and enjoy.

    7:30 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  11. Sandy

    Recipe looks good.
    Glad you are getting settled in. Happy Holidays to you and your husband!!

    10:36 pm  Dec 19th, 2007
  12. Lydia

    Glad you’re getting settled before the holidays, and how great that you’ll be getting some much-loved sourdough starter! My favorite way to eat jicama is cut into long chunks (like French fries), and dipped in hot sauce! We first had that at a street market in Mexico, and I’ve been hooked on it ever since.

    5:32 am  Dec 20th, 2007
  13. scotte

    That looks great. Thanks for sharing. Jicama and tangerine sound like they’d go so well together.

    5:47 am  Dec 20th, 2007
  14. Kalyn

    Welcome back! Love the sound of this salad; the more cilantro the better!

    6:04 am  Dec 20th, 2007
  15. Nicole

    Curt: That sounds really good!

    Sandy: Thanks! Happy holidays to you and your family, too!

    Lydia: I’m super excited about the new sourdough starter! I’ll have to try the jicama dipped in hot sauce…sounds great!

    Scotte: Thanks, It was a good combination 🙂

    Kalyn: Thanks! I agree about the cilantro!

    7:14 am  Dec 20th, 2007
  16. Patricia Scarpin

    Love your salad, Nic – the idea of using the juice on the dressing is fabulous!

    7:55 am  Dec 20th, 2007
  17. janelle

    Welcome back! I have relatives in San Diego; what a beautiful place to land!

    Enjoy the holidays and congrats on finding a home!


    3:51 pm  Dec 20th, 2007
  18. David

    Jicama salad is great. The batch I make is suppose to yield 3-4 servings, but ends being more like 6-8. That’s okay because that means I have plenty for two or three days.

    You did a good job taking that picture of slicing the tangerine and holding the camera at the same time. 🙂

    Have a Merry Christmas!

    10:51 am  Dec 22nd, 2007
  19. swirlingnotions

    Looks super refreshing . . . yet wintery too. Thanks Nicole!

    12:44 pm  Dec 22nd, 2007
  20. shivapriya

    Citrus dressings are our favs. I add for red pepper flakes little heat. But never tried Jicama I wonder how it tastes more like a radish???
    Happy Holidays.

    6:06 pm  Dec 22nd, 2007
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  22. Laurie Kendrick


    Just wanted to wish you and your readers the merriest Christmas ever and here’s hoping that that 2008 will allow us all to find peace of mind.

    Thanks for your support this past year. Getting to know you through your wonderful blog was one of the high points for me.

    All the best,
    Laurie Kendrick

    4:57 pm  Dec 23rd, 2007
  23. VegeYum

    Beautifully illustrated – a wonderful step by step guide. I am glad you are back. It is 24th Dec here, and so time for me to wish all of my blog friends a wonderful time with family and friends tomorrow. May it be a peaceful and blessed day for you, where each of us can give a lot of joy to those around us. Have a great day.

    7:32 pm  Dec 23rd, 2007
  24. Jonathan

    WOW!!!! Fantastic. Can I put some shrimp in there too? Beautiful shots as usual. Catching up on all my reading after exams. Whew!

    3:12 pm  Dec 24th, 2007
  25. Cynthia

    These are some lovely pics, Nicole and the salad, so healthy and flavourful.

    Happy Holidays to you and the family.

    4:51 pm  Dec 24th, 2007
  26. rebecca

    impressive photos! i don’t even like tangerines, and yet i want to eat your creation. lovely =)

    4:53 pm  Dec 24th, 2007
  27. Graeme

    Great salad. I love Tangerines.

    Cool whisk too, lol.

    3:54 pm  Dec 25th, 2007
  28. Lisa

    Your salad looks gorgeous! Reminds me of my mother’s fennel-and-orange salad. I must try this soon.

    Happy holidays!

    9:22 am  Dec 26th, 2007
  29. Gretchen Noelle

    Lovely looking salad! I am in need of some great salad recipes and although I do not have jicama here, I may try experimenting with some local ingredients. Can’t wait to hear more about the starters, I am eager to try making my own!

    6:13 pm  Dec 26th, 2007
  30. sugarlaws

    i have almost the same picture, from peeling oranges for our (forthcoming) Christmas fennel-and-orange salad! yours looks great!

    7:11 pm  Dec 26th, 2007
  31. Rhonda

    I adore jicama and I am excited to try this!!

    11:08 pm  Dec 26th, 2007
  32. Terry B

    Welcome back, Nicole! I’m glad life is at least approaching normal again for you. What a huge move. The salad looks beautiful and delicious. Thanks for the great photos and clear directions!

    9:04 am  Dec 27th, 2007
  33. Nicole

    Patricia: Thanks! Hope you are having a wonderful holiday season!

    Janelle: Thanks! San Diego is a beautiful area and the weather is gorgeous all the time. I have to say I’m pretty lucky to be there!

    David: What do you put in your jicama salad?

    Lia: Glad you like it! I haven’t forgotten about the braise but it might not happen til next year 🙂

    Padmaja: I think the red pepper flakes make this salad so much better! I hope you try jicama, I think you’ll like it! It doesn’t have a radish taste, it’s very mild and just slightly sweet.

    LK: Thanks! It’s been wonderful getting to know you and I’m looking forward to another year full of laughs 🙂

    VegeYum: I hope you had a wonderful, warm Christmas!

    Jonathan: You can put shrimp in your salad but keep it out of mine! 🙂

    Cynthia: Happy holidays to you, too!

    Rebecca: Thanks! I actually prefer oranges to tangerines most of the time but the tangerines I’ve been eating in San Diego are so good and sweet!

    Graeme: Thanks! My grandma gave me that little whisk and I love it!

    Lisa: I made a lot of fennel and orange salads in Sicily and I love the combination!

    Gretchen: Sliced fennel would be a nice substitute if it’s available. I can’t wait to delve a little deeper into your blog and learn more about Peruvian cuisine!

    Sugarlaws: I love fennel and orange salad, can’t wait to see it!

    Rhonda: If you like jicama, you’ll love this 🙂

    Terry B: Not quite normal yet but I think it’s within reach! I hope you and your family are having a wonderful holiday season!

    11:32 am  Dec 27th, 2007
  34. mansi

    wow Nicole, those tangerines look so refreshing! glad to have you back..and hope you get settle soon!

    wish you happy Holidays and 2008!:)

    11:03 am  Dec 28th, 2007
  35. evie


    You always have the most timely recipes! Right now in the fridge I have a bunch of tangerines. Now, thanks to you, I have an interesting way to eat them. I have never tried to use jicama so that will be an adventure in and of itself!

    Hope you’re doing well, friend. BTW, I bought myself the 50mm 1.4 lens for Christmas and am LOVING it!


    3:36 pm  Dec 28th, 2007
  36. molly

    oh man. this is a delicious recipe! thank you.

    Helpful Hint: search yummy recipes from your mobile phone using Boopsie.


    perfect for recipes on the go.

    4:51 pm  Dec 29th, 2007
  37. Lisa (Homesick Texan)

    Congrats on the new house! And I hear you about eating out too much–it’s fun at first, but then you really start to crave and need some home cooking. Happy new year, Nicole!

    10:47 am  Dec 31st, 2007
  38. sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

    I just wanted to wish y’all a very merry christmas and only good things in 2008!

    I am just wondering… did you get the sourdough starter past security? It would be a sin to have to leave it!!!

    11:23 am  Dec 31st, 2007
  39. shivapriya

    Dear Nicole, wishing you and ur family a very happy and prosperous new year

    12:26 pm  Dec 31st, 2007
  40. Sheryl

    I’ve just discovered your blog – its great! Looking forward to trying some of your receipes. Really envy you living in Sicily : )

    11:33 am  Jan 1st, 2008
  41. jeena

    Hi Nicole what a wonderful dish it looks delicious. 🙂

    4:39 pm  Jan 5th, 2008
  42. steamy kitchen

    hey! i just re-discovered your site via danispies.com

    awesome recipe – and i’m making this baby for lunch tomorrow.

    7:16 pm  Jan 5th, 2008
  43. christy

    Welcome back. And, Happy New Year! This recipe looks divine!

    7:29 pm  Jan 6th, 2008
  44. Nancy

    Yum! You hit most of my favored flavor sensors with this one. And I must say that your photos are EXCELLENT! A feast for the eye as well as the palate.

    5:26 pm  Jan 9th, 2008
  45. one food guy

    Jicama and tangerines go so well together. I love the egghead whisk by the way, very cool!

    6:25 pm  Jan 9th, 2008
  46. Karen

    What a gorgeous post, full of winter in San Diego-style color and a creative recipe.

    Your blog is definitely an inspiration. Welcome home, and thanks!

    2:47 pm  Jan 10th, 2008
  47. Julie

    I love Jicama, I sometimes just cut it up into french fry size sticks and snack on it with a little lime and salt. Your salad looks light and delicious.

    10:15 am  Jan 11th, 2008
  48. The Secret Ingredient

    Looks and sounds delicious. I just adore jicama. This is timely b/c I just had an entire conversation about jicama with the folks at Bigelow Tea (I develop recipes for them)—-and I was talking about doing a jicama salad of some sort using their White Tea with Tangerine as part of a dressing. We’re on the same wavelength! I was going to use watercress instead of cilantro—-but I like the sound of your cilantro as well. YUM. PS: Pics are fantastic!

    6:28 am  Jan 13th, 2008
  49. Angelique

    Nicole- Just discovered your site today after following a link from Chow.com. After seeing this recipe, I rushed to the market to get some Jicama and made this salad for lunch. It was fantastic! I’m sure I’ll be the envy of my coworkers tomorrow as I eat the leftovers for lunch tomorrow! From one San Diego Navy Family to another- Welcome Home! I look forward to more of your wonderful entries.

    5:56 pm  Jan 13th, 2008
  50. Susan

    Happy New Year, Nicole. I hope you have found the perfect spot to land and get back to your faithful readers! I just returned from a week in San Miguel de Allende where I ate, twice, at a wonderful restaurant called Hecho en Mexico. On the menu? Jicama salad. I ordered it and it was splendid. Shredded jicama, chopped cilantro, olive oil-based vinagrette dressing using orange juice (could be tangerine juice!) instead of vinegar. Very delicious; crunchy, slightly sweet, very refreshing. It is jicama season here so we can get “young” fruit. I tried it at home (still in Mexico), adding a bit of shredded apple to combine with the sweet overtones of the dressing. It goes in my JICAMA SALAD recipe slot along with yours.

    6:39 am  Jan 15th, 2008
  51. JoeDrinker

    Glad you made it back and are slowly getting settled in. And a great looking recipe as always.



    11:39 pm  Jan 15th, 2008
  52. Lori

    Welcome to San Diego!! I’m a fellow San Diego food blogger- you’ll love it here. Sunny all the time! Nice blog… I’ll check in often!


    1:29 pm  Jan 16th, 2008
  53. Jamie

    This recipe sounds great. I am looking forward picking up a jicama at the grocery store. I think the jicama combined with the tangerine will bring some sunshine to my frigidly cold Iowa winter! Thanks for the post.

    7:29 am  Jan 18th, 2008
  54. Janna

    The salad sounds fantastic!

    I actually have a blogging question that I’m hoping you’ll take a moment to answer.
    I’ve also just moved from a wordpress-hosted to a self-hosted blog, and I’m wondering how you made the little circle Oops image on your old site? From the code that I can see it looks like a widget. Did you get it somewhere that’s available to others, or is it just yours.

    Anyways, any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated!!

    8:10 pm  Jan 21st, 2008
  55. Jen S

    Happy New Year! After doing my reading rounds of food blogs I came back to yours to see you are back in the States! In San Diego no less! I have lived here 5+ years and I know you’ll love the new take on food we have to offer. I could go on and on but I have so many markets, restaurants, local farmers to mention.
    I’m sure you’ve researched as well.

    8:59 pm  Jan 23rd, 2008
  56. Wanda

    Great blog Nicole. Excellent photos and recipes. We have nominated Pinch My Salt as our ‘Blog of the Week ‘and here is the link if you would like to check it out

    Love your recipes and look forward to coming back for more.


    2:02 pm  Jan 24th, 2008
  57. Champagne & Meatloaf

    Man-o-man does that look GOOD!

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  58. jancd

    Just found you site–quickly added it to my bookmark! This tangerine salad sounds delicious. I, too, love cilantro. Why do people complain so loudly about their dislike of cilantro? Glad to meet you and look forward to trying your recipes and keeping up with your comings and goings! Jan

    9:03 pm  Jan 26th, 2008
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    I made this salad today. It was INCREDIBLE. I wonder if some bleu cheese would throw off the flavors too much…

    11:39 am  May 10th, 2008
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  68. Catherine

    Nice dish. Looks delicious.

    2:00 pm  Aug 27th, 2010
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    most american restaurants serves fatty foods that is why sometimes i avoid them ;’.

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  72. Natalie

    Would have never thought to use garlic with tangerine….but it works!

    4:49 pm  Oct 2nd, 2011
  73. Ben from Cookware Critique

    Cool recipe, I might have to try that.

    I must confess that I had to follow that link to Wikipedia and see what a Jicama was.

    At least now I know!


    5:33 am  Oct 25th, 2011
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