How to Cut Citrus Supremes
What is a citrus supreme? A supreme is essentially a citrus segment with the ribs of connective pith that hold the fruit together removed. When done correctly (this takes practice) the result is a uniform, beautiful decorative wedge that can be used as garnish (perhaps for a roasted whole coho salmon) or as an ingredient in desserts, salads, and savory dishes.
How to cut supremes:
It takes practice for photogenic rather than anemic supremes, but once you’ve done it a few times the results are worth all your hard work.