Orange Curd is usually made to make pies, to stuff cakes, or to be spread on toasts and scones. A while ago I made lemon curd and I loved it. So, this time, since a friend of my father’s has a garden full with oranges right now, I decided to try this version of curd.
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Ingredients for 1 jar:
2 organic oranges (120 ml)
100 g of sugar
50 g of butter
Preparation Time: order Cytotec 5 min
Cooking Time: 15 min
Total Time: 20 min
wash toroughly oranges, dry them, grate the zest and put it aside in a bowl, together with the juice.
Whisk eggs and sugar, put in a saucepan, add juice and zest, and cook in a bain-marie.
Once the mixture will be quite warm, add butter in pieces.
Whisk the mixture and let cook for about a dozen minutes, or till it will have thickened.
Pour your Orange Curd in a jar (previously washed and dried).
Let cool completely, then you can use it right away, or store in the fridge for a few days (till 10 days).
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