Ingredient (english)

Orange Jam

Orange Jam

Orange jam is available in different varieties. Some fine strips of orange peel are contained, which give the bitter orange jam a slightly bitter aroma. Orange jam without orange peel, on the other hand, tastes sweet. Orange jam is not only eaten on roasted toast or bread rolls, it also gives roast sauces or cake bases a special taste.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
254 kcal
61 g
1 g
0 g
Jam

Recipes with Orange Jam

Amaretto nut corners
Amaretto nut corners have a particularly intense almond taste. Mix flour, 60 g sugar and 1 point vanilla sugar. ...
Apple marzipan cake
Apple marzipan cake For the apple marzipan cake I used Cox Orange apples, which have a slightly tart sour note. It is best to prepare the apple marzipan cake one day before serving, as it should solidify overnight in the refrigerator. ...
Box poppy seed cake
Box poppy seed cake The special thing about this box poppy seed cake is that it is covered with marzipan sprinkles. Mix flour, three level teaspoons baking powder, sugar, vanilla sugar and poppy seeds. ...
Canapes with ducks breast
Canapes with ducks breast Canapes with duck breast are served on orange butter flavoured with cognac. Soak the herbs of Provence in cognac for a few minutes. ...
Canard orange - Duck with oranges
Canard orange - Duck with oranges is the classic way of preparing young ducks. Season the duck with salt and pepper. ...
Chocolate Orange Spritz Biscuits
Chocolate Orange Spritz Biscuits Chocolate Orange Spritz pastry is filled with orange jam. Melt the dark chocolate in a hot water bath and cool. ...
Crepes Orange
Crepes Orange are baked into small crepes and filled with bitter or sweet orange jam as desired. Unlike crepes suzette, they are not prepared with fresh oranges and flambéed. ...
Deer steak with red cabbage
Deer steak with red cabbage Almond balls are served with venison steak with red cabbage. Cut the red cabbage into strips. ...
Duck breast in red wine sauce
Duck breast in red wine sauce is a festive meal that tastes especially good with red cabbage and sweet potatoes. Prepare sweet potatoes (see recipe). ...

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