Spiced Mandarin Orange Juice
Filed Under: Asian Recipes Chinese New Year Recipes Chinese Recipes Drinks Recipes
Happy Chinese New Year! May the year of the Tiger bring you good blessings. Happy Valentine’s Day too! This is a simple recipe for using up the extra mandarin oranges that may be lying around after the new year visitings. I know the most obvious thing to do is to peel the oranges and eat them, but I get bored of doing that after some time.
Spicy mandarin orange juice? Why not? I have seen Tabasco sauce being added to cocktails so it isn’t a novelty to add it to orange juice slightly spicy for the extra kick.
I also used a lemongrass stalk as a stirrer so that there will be a mild lemongrass scent as the juice is being stirred.
(Updated) Note: The origami tiger you see in the photos was folded using this tutorial.
- 3 mandarin oranges peeled
- 1/2 lemongrass stalk
- Tabasco sauce optional;for mild spiciness
- fruit juice extractor
- Make slits all over the lemongrass. If you want more aroma, you can dip it in hot water for 10 seconds.
- Blend oranges in a fruit juice extractor. Add Tabasco sauce to taste (I added 6 drops). Garnish with the lemongrass stirrer and add ice cubes if desired.
good idea! have too many mandarin oranges to spare in my house!! heh
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