Orange Peel, Minced, Dehydrated
Recipes & Uses
People also bought:
This Californian product is the ultimate time and mess saver when it comes to baking. Only the very outer part of the orange peel is used, discarding the white layer or pith that lies underneath. The peel is then minced and dried to capture all of the essential oils which possess that highly fragrant and potent citrus flavor."Florida oranges are so juicy that you have to eat them in the bathtub." - California saying "You have to drive a truck over a California orange to get any juice at all." - Florida saying
You can use this product as-is or re-hydrated for the same great flavor. When using in its dehydrated form, substitute 1/3 of the amount of fresh orange peel needed. To re-hydrate, add three parts water to one part dehydrated peel and let stand 15 to 20 minutes. Try using in deserts such as biscotti, scones, cheesecakes, cookies, breads, cakes and pies.