Tuesday, January 1, 2008

RECIPE! Make Some Chocolate Orangettes!!!!! yummy!

Hello and Happy Blessed Jan. 1 2008!
After an afternoon of taking down christmas decorations and tree,repositioning yhe furniture back again,The big chill set in! Wow..Temp. has dropped to 27 here now.Dothan is calling for 27 all night!Shows the difference from cities where the lights hold the temps and the country where they hit bottom!I am looking for 17 or 18 degrees tonight .That is what i expect with wind chill's far colder.Tomorrow night willprobably drop single digits before beginning a little warming trend.But it's jan. 1st!
Guys i found this wonderful recipe over @ Smitten kitchen's!
Orangettes!!!!! Try these at home......let me know what you think..




~~~Turns into this!!!!!


recipe here!!!!------------->>>Smitten kitchen's!orangettes and more!

Slice ends off four oranges, score the peel from one end to the other, and remove the peels from the oranges.

Slice the peels into thin strips and trim the edges.

Using a medium size pot, place the peels in boiling water and blanch them for a few minutes. Rinse the peels, and repeat this process a second time. This is done to remove the bitterness of the peels.

Prepare the simple syrup by combining 8 oz. water and 8 oz. sugar in a saucepan. Bring the syrup to a simmer, place the peels in the pot, and simmer for 1 hour. [Don’t do what Deb did, and not check on them, only to find that at 45 minutes the water had boiled off and many edges had begun to burn in the pan, and she wished she’d left the pot covered.] Once the peels have cooked, remove them from the pot, and place on a rack to cool and drain.

Melt 16 oz. dark chocolate over a double boiler. Dip the candied orange peels in the chocolate, remove them quickly, and let them cool on a piece of parchment paper. Store the orange peels in an airtight container your belly.

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2 comments:

MommyKnows said...

mmmmm ... looks yummy!

vie chaotique said...

Yum! I have paid a fortune for these at the chocolatier. Never thought to make them myself. I am definitely given these a whirl this weekend.