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  • Dried Orange Peel

    I use dried orange peel in rather a lot of my recipes (you may have noticed), so I've been asked to share Orange peel is edible and contains many of the same nutrients as the fruit itself, sometimes, as in the It doesn't always give a strong orangey note, but it does brighten dishes with a slight tangy note and I also use dried orange peel in different sizes depending on what I'm doing. Orange Chocolate Cake Orange and Fenugreek Stuffing Orange Date Cookies Beetroot and Pomelo Sauce Fenugreek

  • Orange Chocolate Cake

    Two additional oranges were slaughtered in the making of this cake, both semi-blood oranges. syrup (or orange juice and increase the amount of powdered sugar to taste) 1/4 c milk 1 Tbsp orange If necessary, add a little more orange juice, or some milk for creaminess. Sprinkle with orange zest and candied orange slices. Rich and sweet, both the chocolate and orange came through.

  • Blood Orange Brownies

    It being blood orange season, one thing led to another and... Ingredients: 4 eggs 2 c sugar 1 c oil 1/2 c cocoa 1 3/4 c flour 1/4 c blood orange juice (the juice of 1 blood orange, really) Orange peel of the orange you juiced, the pith removed and sliced into thin Add orange peel. 2) Mix in vanilla and juice. Arrange orange slices over the top and bake for 25-35 minutes at 175°C (or until done but still gooey

  • Orange Date Cookies

    I then added dried orange peel, dates and ground almonds. These came out quite moist and light. Soak orange peel in a cup of hot water. 2) Stir in wet ingredients, then gradually add dry ingredients . 3) Drain orange peel. Add date and orange peel. Swaps and substitutions: You could use fresh orange zest instead of the dried orange peel.

  • Meringue, Mascarpone and Date with an Orange Drizzle

    With fresh dates, I naturally had to add in an orange drizzle, and then when making it for a sister who Ingredients: 4 meringues 300 - 400 g mascarpone (roughly 2-3 tbsp per person) Juice and zest of 1 orange and quartered a handful of walnuts a drizzle of Cointreau per bowl 1) In a small saucepan, heat the orange to just dollop). 3) Place some of the date quarters and a few walnuts in each bowl then spoon some orange

  • Candied and Chocolate Covered Orange Peel

    I have always loved both candied and chocolate-covered orange peel, but never tried making it. Given that I already save a lot of our orange peel to dry for use as an ingredient in a few very select Ingredients: Orange peel (I think I had about 3 oranges' worth, you can use more or less) cut into strips Milk could be an interesting choice too 2 -3 tbsp milk 1) Place the (clean) orange peel in a saucepan Bring to a boil then reduce to a simmer for about an hour to an hour and a half until the orange peel

  • Orange and Fenugreek Stuffing, and Left-Over Pies

    into fenugreek exploration, and for the past couple of months had been sitting on this idea, of using orange garlic, minced or sliced fine 1/2 tbsp olive oil A handful of dates, chopped A handful of raisins 2 tsp orange

  • On the second day of Christmas, my true love gave to me two orange date cookies

    pomegranate molasses 1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 2 eggs 1 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp cloves 2 c flour 1/4 c dried orange Soak orange peel in a cup of hot water. 2) Stir in wet ingredients, then gradually add dry ingredients . 3) Drain orange peel. Add date and orange peel.

  • Tempering and Flavouring Chocolate, trials 1 & 2

    I tried: Orange Black pepper Grapefruit Mint Rose Petal Black sesame Tumeric Amchoor, or mango powder Mint and orange were predictably good. Overall, I am quite happy with some of my flavouring.

  • Rotkohl

    Ingredients: 1 half of a red cabbage, chopped 2 apples, chopped 1 c raisins 2 tsp orange peel 1/4-1/2 EDIT: I tried this again recently and made it with dried grapefruit peel instead or orange.

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