Friday, September 5, 2014

Fresh and Pure Recipes with Seminole Pride Noble Juice

This is a compensated post written for Seminole Pride™Noble® juice.   All opinions expressed are my own.

I've always loved the taste of fresh orange juice.  It's cool, refreshing and especially welcomed after working in the garden under the Florida Sun.  Recently I made a trip to my local Publix to pick out a few varieties of Noble Juice

Why Noble Juices you ask?  
First, every variety of Noble contains no added sugar, no artificial ingredients or preservative, no added colors or flavors and no GMOs!  Noble Juice is the real deal!
And if that wasn't enough to convince you, "The bottles used are 100% sustainable and are even made at the juicing facility; keeping the total business carbon footprint environmentally friendly."

The Roe family has been in the citrus business for almost 100 years.  Since 1927, the Roe family, now in their fourth  generation of citrus aficionados produces the sweetest, hand-picked fruits for the finest juices around.

Living in Hollywood, FL we have thousands of members of the Seminole Tribe living right next door. "The Seminole Tribe of Florida is now unselfishly developing a future that will in a sense bring a recollection of the past, one of freedom, stewardship and the strengthening of a nation of people. While the technology and modern culture may bring new appearances, the ancient values will remain strong."

"In 2014, the Roes joined in a partnership with Florida’s first family — the Seminole Tribe of Florida, to establish a foundation of commitment to conserve and treasure the land, air, water and start a new era of Seminole Pride Noble® Juice."   It's no wonder the Seminole Tribe has joined with the Roe family "in pursuit of providing the purest juice." All of this and more is available at Seminole Pride Noble®

Finding Noble Juice in my local Publix was easy.  I walked right over the the produce section and found the huge selection of fresh juices.  Choosing Noble Organic Juice is the perfect option for our health-conscious family. 
How do you choose between delicious citrus varieties such as Tangerine, Clementine or Blood Orange?  You don't!   I brought home all three!
Besides making mimosas, there are so many recipes that call for fresh orange juice.
Today I made Organic Orange Ginger Sauteed Vegetables.

1 cup Seminole Pride Noble® Organic Orange Juice
OR Seminole Pride Noble® Tangerine Juice
 2 Tbsp. powdered ginger (or use Fresh ginger)
1 ½ tsp. sesame oil
1 cup organic extra virgin olive oil
4 cups mixed, fresh cut vegetables

*I used all organic veggies: red onion, broccoli, carrots and dwarf pak choy*

Heat a sauce pan over low. Add organic orange juice and reduce down by half.
Remove from stove and add to blender along with ginger.  
Turn blender on high and slowly add the sesame and olive oil until emulsified.
Heat a sauté pan over high. Add enough orange ginger oil to coat the pan. Once hot, add vegetables and sauté for 4 – 5 minutes.
Place remaining orange ginger oil into an airtight container and store in the refrigerator.  I'll use the rest of the dressing for my Kale Salad!

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Noble Juice even has a youtube channel!

Check out The Pure Family Moment Contest:
Enter the #purefamilymoment photo contest by submitting a photo of you and your closest. You can enter as often as you like.
Each time you share your photo, you will also be in the running to win our grand prize, a year’s worth of Seminole Pride Noble juice and a handmade, sustainable artisan carafe with two juice glasses. A prize worth over $2,000 - that’s a lot of juice to share with your friends and family! 
I just entered! 

Another simple recipe I created is a
Red Kale Blood Orange Smoothie
1 cup fresh red kale
1 cup Seminole Pride Noble® Blood Orange Juice
1/2 cup organic greek yogurt
1 frozen banana 

Blend until smooth.  Enjoy your cool, nutritious snack!

Stop by your local Publix and choose between 10 varieties of Noble Juices! Or better yet, get one of each! 


Katerina said...

Great fruity vegetables! Thanks for coming and linking up at The Weekend Social. All posts get pinned in our pinterest board! Please be sure to come back next week starting Thursdays at 9PM EST on ! I hope to see you there!

GranthamLynn said...

Sounds great. Great post. I want to try your Ginger veggies. I just bought a jar of ginger at the store. Now I have a recipe!
Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed visiting from the Simple Saturday Hop! I linked too!

Anonymous said...

My daughter loves this juice!I think I may LOVE the vegetables:) Thanks for sharing with us at the Teach Me Tuesday Linky Party!

Unknown said...

Hi Mary,
What a healthy and delectable dish! Thank you for sharing your Organic Orange Ginger Sauteed Vegetables with us at the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Party Blog Hop. I appreciate it!

shari @ keto foodification said...

Your recipe looks delicious. Would love for you to come by and share at Foodie Fridays this evening (Thurs. 9 PM EST). Hope to see you there!
Blessings, Shari

Unknown said...

We used to live in Miami and I loved shopping at Publix! I am not sure we get this brand of juice in VA. but I will have to go and look for it. Your recipes look great! Thanks for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party! See you next week.