Sunday 1 March 2009

Sunday Dessert

So, when I was liaising with our friends about the leg of lamb we were taking over, they said "We haven't got anything for pudding". And I realised that I had some oranges in the fridge, there was sugar in the sugar jar, and I had some double cream in the freezer. So I made a classic Caramel Oranges. I tweaked it a bit by adding a little rosewater to the oranges and infusing the caramel with cinnamon.

It was just the thing after the roast meat.


Heather said...

mmmmm. delicious!!

Bettina Douglas said...

we had fresh peaches macerated in marsala yesterday.

I must remember the oranges for winter fruit!

Alicia Foodycat said...

Thanks Heather!

Mother - it isn't quite as good as the old whisky oranges, but it is a good winter dessert!

NKP said...

Ooh! That does sound good!

Heather said...

Ohhh...I could eat that for breakfast! Or on flan. Or a piece of chocolate cake.

You've been doing such lovely things with oranges lately.

My captcha is femake. Sounds/looks like femcake.

Laurie said...

Your meal on Sunday looks wonderful! The oranges are gorgeous and simple. I've been putting oranges of all kinds in salads lately. Winter tomatoes are so dismal I switch to fruit for my winter salads.

And I envy you being able to buy big hunks of meat like that.

BTW - you made me laugh out loud at your UK translation of my chicken bog! It totally cracked me up.

Joie de vivre said...

I love desserts like this. I'm tucking this away in my memory!

Sam said...

That looks amazing, A good way to brighten up the table!

Alicia Foodycat said...

Natashya - thanks!

Heather - I find oranges very cheering in winter! They are under-rated.

Laurie - the chicken bog made me laugh too!

Joie - it's good with yoghurt instead of cream too.

Sam - thanks!


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