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Remove orange rind and cut into strips.
Cover with cold water and bring to a boil. Drain and repeat 3 more times.
Combine equal parts sugar and water in the saucepan (about 3 times as much simple syrup as strips). Add orange peel and bring to a boil, stirring until sugar is dissolved. Boil until translucent.
While we wait, a moment of Zen.
When the white pith is translucent on the edges, drain over a bowl. (The syrup makes yummy cocktails.)
Pour some sugar in a bowl and toss the warm strips in the sugar.
Transfer to a plate and let dry in a single layer.
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Okay. Sadly they didn't taste so good. WHY MUST I FAIL AT COOKINGG. I'm a woman I should be good at this
And it's only sugar and water on the last boil. Boil #4
Well it's supposed to have some orange peel taste at the end. That's what makes it taste so good :-). Try letting them sit at a high boil for about 3 mins each time u bring them to a boil. That's what I do and everyone loves them!
I've been cooking them in the sugar and water mixture for awhile now but they still sort of have a orange peel after taste.. Anyone know how to fix pronto?
No. Just the last time.
So do u need to put equal part of sugar and water each time you cook them? :S
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