Orange on Orange: Make it Organic
Three basic, simple ingredients in this orange recipe – oranges, sugar and water – create a delightful and refreshing orange treat. This recipe makes four delicious citrus servings, which means each serving only contains 1/8th-cup sugar. Not bad!
If you want to healthy-up this citrus delight, may we suggest you use an organic sugar?
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The Orange on Orange Recipe
Ingredients for orange on orange recipe:
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup water
- Using a vegetable peeler, remove 4 strips of peel from an orange, being careful to avoid including the white pith. Cut them into thinner strips about 1/8-inch wide. Place the orange peel in a small pot of cold water, bring to a boil, and strain. Do this a total of 3 times to remove the bitterness.
- In the same pot, bring the sugar, water, and orange peel to a boil. Cook for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and chill.
- Using a knife with a thin blade, peel the oranges, taking care to remove all the white pith, and separate them into segments.
- Arrange the orange segments on 4 plates. Drizzle the sugar syrup over the segments and sprinkle the candied peel on top.
This orange recipe makes 4 servings.
Serving Size: 1 orange with syrup and candied peel
Nutrition Facts Per Serving:
Total Fat: 0 g
Saturated Fat: 0 g
Protein: 1 g
Total Carbohydrate: 47 g
Dietary Fiber: 7 g
Sodium: 0 mg
Percent Calories from Fat: 0
No Time? Just Grab an Orange
Vitamin C, found in many fruits, including oranges, inhibits the process of artery clogging and lowers blood pressure. Regular consumption of vitamin C has been found to reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke and premature death. Each ounce of vitamin C-laden fruits consumed per day reduces the risk of premature death by 10 percent, according to doctors at Cambridge University.