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Fresh and lite dessert, perfect to use extra batch of oranges from refrigerator!

Orange Sauce with Fresh Oranges

Orange Sauce is a staple in my home to tackle sugary cravings. Sauce has tang from orange juice and strong orange flavor and color extracted from cooking orange rind.

This sauce poured over fresh sliced oranges can be very good dessert option for casual dinner. You can make sauce ahead of time and pour over fresh oranges just before serving.

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Orange Sauce with Fresh Oranges

Orange Sauce with Fresh Oranges
Total Time Prep Time Cook Time Difficulty Easy Yields about 1/2 cup sauce Serves 2 Nutrition 180 calories

Ingredients

  • 3 Oranges  (juice and zest of one, and rest sliced for serving)
  • 1/4 Cup Water  
  • 3 tbsp Sugar  

Directions

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    1. Peal one of the orange and julian it. Also juice the peeled orange and remove pits(if any).
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    2. Heat a heavy bottom non-reactive pan, add water, orange juice and sugar, bring to boil.
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    3. Add the julian orange peal and start simmering till peel is cooked about 15 minutes
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    4. While sauce is cooking, remove a thick peal from other oranges and slice in 1/4 inch thick slices. Divide among two plates.
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    5. Pour hot orange sauce over orange slices and enjoy this warm and sweet yet so fresh dessert.
Savita's Notes:
This dessert will cost about $0.50 per person and only 180 Calories per serving.

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2 comment(s)

  1. It has sweet and bitter taste as orange peel wasnt boiled before. I added fresh basil and i liked it a lot. Kinda adult dessert i would say.

    Vera, I agree it is fresh orange rind has bitter-sweet taste. Also, fresh basil is a good idea. May be for kids, orange rind can be skipped or blanched to reduce bitterness.