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Chocolate-Dipped Candied Oranges [Vegan]

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Chewy, sweet candied oranges, dipped in rich dark chocolate. Sound tempting? This recipe calls for a dehydrator, but the good news is, you can make them even if you don't have one! These candied oranges make the perfect gift for your sweetheart — or you can gift them to yourself.

Chocolate-Dipped Candied Oranges [Vegan]

This Recipe is :

Vegan

Ingredients

For the Candied Orange:

  • 1 large navel orange
  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • 1/2 cup white cane sugar

For the Chocolate:

  • 80 grams vegan dark chocolate
  • 1 teaspoon coconut oil

Preparation

To Make the Candied Orange:

  1. In a large heavy bottomed saucepan add the water and the sugar. Heat on high and bring to a boil.
  2. Prepare the orange. Slice the nubs off both ends then slice the orange in half. Lay each half on the cut side and using a very sharp knife cut the orange into thin slices. Repeat with both sides of the orange.
  3. Once the sugar-water is boiling, carefully lower the orange slices into the pan. Boil for 5-10 minutes, turning them once.
  4. Reduce the heat to medium and simmer the oranges for 30 minutes or until the syrup has reduced, turning them once or twice.
  5. Turn the heat down to low and leave the oranges for a further 10 minutes.
  6. Prepare two wire wracks, placing baking trays underneath to catch any syrup.
  7. Turn off the heat and allow the oranges to cool for a few minutes.
  8. Carefully lift the oranges out of the syrup and place them on the wire wracks. The syrup can be used for whatever you like.
  9. Allow the oranges to drain. If you don’t own a dehydrator, the oranges will now need to air dry for 2-3 days depending on how humid your house is. If you do own a dehydrator, dehydrate the oranges in a single layer for 4 hours at 30°F and then a further 1 hour at 40°F.

To Assemble:

  1. When you are ready to dip the oranges, place a heat proof bowl of a pan of boiling water. Add the chocolate and coconut oil, stirring until melted. Carefully dip half of each orange slice into the chocolate. Leave to cool on a lined baking tray.

Notes

Store in an airtight container in the fridge.

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AUTHOR & RECIPE DETAILS


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Sarah Pether is a 20  something-year-old from London. When Sarah made the decision overnight to become vegan, her health problems like eczema and chronic headaches had that plagued her for years disappeared. Sarah started a blog, Soy Division, with a good friend and fellow vegan (who has since resigned) in order to share recipes, tips and reviews. Sarah is a big fan of dark chocolate, avocados, using too much garlic and finding the perfect vegan mayonnaise.


 

 



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16 comments on “Chocolate-Dipped Candied Oranges [Vegan]”

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Noelle Justine
5 Months Ago

All these recipes sound tempting!! ❤️


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Jennifer de S
5 Months Ago

Pamela Madeline Gray how many of these did we eat at the manor house?!!!!!! yummy <3


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Pamela Madeline Gray
20 Jan 2016

Not enough. Lol.

Jennifer Starin
5 Months Ago

Looks good, except for the white cane sugar! There must be another way.


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Christiana Alexis Kontinakis
5 Months Ago

Patrick Miller :O


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Gina Robson
5 Months Ago

Erin Robson


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Kat VanFonda
5 Months Ago

Chrissy


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Silani Wahlgren
5 Months Ago

30degrees farenheit and 40 F are refrigerator temperatures not dehydrator temperatures :-(


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Susan Haspeslagh
5 Months Ago

Had these in Kansas City, yum.


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Eileen Jordan Lucas
5 Months Ago

Brennan Lucas


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Jess Berkeley
5 Months Ago

Carolyn Friend


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Carolyn Friend
20 Jan 2016

OMGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!

Keryn Lilley
20 Jan 2016

Yum, Jess Berkeley. I willing to do the taste testing!!!



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