CARAMELISED ORANGE SAUCE

A delicious ready made orange sauce to go with duck, game, chicken and pork.

Tasty Tips

Great as a stir fry sauce with chicken and finely sliced chinese veg.

Delicious with pork tenderloin - slice and fry off the tenderloin, pour over the sauce and simmer.

Makes a fantastic Duck a l’Orange. Simply heat and pour over sliced duck breast. Divine!

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A ready made sauce for duck (and so much more).

Although Duck à l'Orange is often the first thing that springs to mind, there are many other possibilities when it comes to Dinner à l'Orange.

So, don't think this is only a ready made orange sauce for duck. It's equally delicious with all sorts of game, chicken and pork.

 

Looking for orange sauce recipe ideas?

  • Great as a stir fry sauce with chicken and finely sliced chinese veg.
  • Delicious with pork tenderloin - slice and fry off the tenderloin, pour over the sauce and simmer.
  • Makes a fantastic Duck a l’Orange. Simply heat and pour over sliced duck breast. Divine!

 

Orange Chicken recipe

What to do:

1. Put your rice on to cook according to packet instructions (or if you’re clever, in a rice cooker).
2. Cut your chicken breasts into small cubes.
3. Get two bowls and fill one with eggs (whisked up) and another with a 1/2 cornstarch 1/2 flour mix.
4. Dip the chicken in the eggs then in the flour, then repeat until all chicken cubes are covered.
5. Heat up a pan with an inch or so of vegetable oil.
6. When the oil is piping hot, put chicken in to fry until golden brown (around 4 to 5 minutes).
7. Use a slotted spoon to transfer the chicken to a kitchen towel covered bowl (to get rid of excess oil).
8. In a another pan, add your orange sauce to warm up (according to packet instructions).
9. When warm, mix the chicken in, making sure to coat each piece.
10. Serve: rice topped with chicken and sprinkled with sliced spring onion.

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Ingredients:
Orange Juice (55%), Sugar, White Wine Vinegar, Tomato Paste, Seville Bitter Orange Pulp (4%), Soy Sauce [Water, Soya Bean, Wheat, Salt, Alcohol], Thickener: Starch, Vegetable Bouillon [Sea Salt, Yeast Extract, Rice Flour, Dried Onion, Dried Carrot, Parsley, Ground Turmeric], Sweet Orange Pulp (0.6%), Orange Zest (0.1%), Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid.

Allergy advice: For allergens including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.

Prepared in premises where mustard, egg, milk and sulphites are also used.

Nutritional Information Typical Values per 100g

Energy (kJ) 457
Energy (kcal) 107
Fat (g) 0
of which saturates (g) 0
Carbohydrate (g) 29
of which Sugars (g) 27
Protein (g) 1
Salt (g) 0.3

Once opened: Keep refrigerated and consume within 2 days.

320g ℮

Time:30 mins
Difficulty:Easy
Serves:2

Orange Chicken

1. Put your rice on to cook according to packet instructions (or if you’re clever, in a rice cooker).
2. Cut your chicken breasts into small cubes.
3. Get two bowls and fill one with eggs (whisked up) and another with a 1/2 cornstarch 1/2 flour mix.
4. Dip the chicken in the eggs then in the flour, then repeat until all chicken cubes are covered.
5. Heat up a pan with an inch or so of vegetable oil.
6. When the oil is piping hot, put chicken in to fry until golden brown (around 4 to 5 minutes).
7. Use a slotted spoon to transfer the chicken to a kitchen towel covered bowl (to get rid of excess oil).
8. In a another pan, add your orange sauce to warm up (according to packet instructions).
9. When warm, mix the chicken in, making sure to coat each piece.
10. Serve: rice topped with chicken and sprinkled with sliced spring onion.

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