Does anyone know the name of the sour orange that mexicans use to marinate meat with? I think it is Arangja is that correct?
Naranja Agria - 'Orange bitter'; The bottled Goya version has an orange juice concentrate base, with the additions of Seville orange oil, grapefruit extract, etc.
Sour Orange in Spanish is Naranja Agria
GroovinGourmet is right. If you can't find fresh naranja agria, you can use orange juice with some vinegar added. I am not a big fan of the Goya bottled naranja agria mojo.
Or a combination of orange and lemon juice.
They're normally sold as "seville oranges" in the english speaking world. Generally available only in January or so.
Can't answer your question, but your phonetic spelling of Naranja is just the Spanish for orange.
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