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Orange Fruit Jam – 2 Must-Try Home Recipes for You

Have you ever heard that “orange is the happiest color”? Actually, there are many people who think so. For example, Frank Ocean, a singer who’s famous for his album ‘Channel Orange’, says: “Orange is a color of liberation, from the pains of hurtful love and inner insecurities. To ‘channel orange’ is to truly be free, to be you.” Maybe (or definitely!) there’s something we can all take from these words, huh!

Anyways, speaking of this color we can’t help but imagine a big, juicy, flavorful oranges, right? It’s almost mouth-watering! That’s why today we’re giving you some interesting ideas on how to use oranges in a different way.

Who’s up for an orange preserve?

Here’s 2 tasty and quite easy home recipes you should definitely try:

  1. Orange jam dessert

This one is so sweet and delicious that your kids will most likely ask for another one! All it takes is about an hour to cook, which includes preparation and everything. Plus, those who have tried it say it’s suitable for 12 portions, which is great, huh!

Products:

4x eggs

70g sugar

1 ½ cup flour

½ cup olive oil

1 cup yoghurt

1tsp baking soda

Baking powder, 1 package

Orange preserve, 1 jar

1x orange fruit

2x vanilla

8tbsp sugar

orange jam dessert

First of all, whisk the yolks with the sugar. The egg whites leave for the final touch! When the yolks start turning whiteish, add the oil and the yoghurt, mixed with the soda. Stir well.

Mix flour with baking powder and gradually add it to the mixture. Hey, don’t stop stirring! In the end it’s time for the vanilla and orange zest.

Take a large baking tin, grease and flour it and pour the mixture. Bake at 200C° for around 40-50 minutes.

Of course, make sure to check if it’s ready using a tooth stick. After all, each oven is different!

When the dessert is ready, take it out of the oven and spread the whole orange fruit preserve on top. It should take all of the heat.

While it’s cooling, whisk the egg whites with 8 tablespoons of sugar. Then spread evenly on the very top. If you like, you can bake for 5 additional minutes, just for the egg whites to turn golden. Of course, that’s up to you!

  1. Orange preserve cake

“So fragrant, so juicy, so irresistible!” If you’re a fan of cakes, you have to check this out. Again, it’s ready in no more than 1 hour and it’s totally worth it. You can make it for a party, for a stop-by at the neighbors or just for fun. In any case, you won’t be disappointed!

Products:

150g butter

4x eggs

300g sugar, powdered

300g flour

1 cup milk

White chocolate

Orange fruit preserve, ½ jar

orange cake

The recipe for this cake eats up in 7 simple sentences. Literally!

First, beat sugar with butter until they turn white. Add the yolks one by one and after that the milk, together with the orange jam and the flour (mixed with baking powder in advance).

Beat all the egg whites with some of the sugar until stiff. Then add to the other mixture.

Stir until homogenous, grease and flour a cake form and pour the mixture.

Bake at about 190C°. When it’s ready, grease with a little butter and season with melted white chocolate on top!

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