Add a drizzle of rosewater, a common Middle Eastern ingredient that adds the lightest floral touch to foods, and a sprinkling of sugar to grapefruit and then give it a quick turn under the broiler for a deliciously simple breakfast treat. If you can’t find rosewater easily at a Middle Eastern or Asian grocery, try infusing hot water with mint leaves—you won’t get a floral essence, but the slightly minty flavor will perk you up in the morning.
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FROM THE RECIPE:
I saw this bottle of rosewater that I hadn't used in a while and drizzled a little on top of the grapefruit. Then, the sugar and lime zest. Cranked up the broiler just to melt the top. Wow. Just wow. The syrup this makes inside the grapefruit is absolutely divine. This would be so great with some yogurt, whipped cream or sour cream.
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