The Basics: How To Section An Orange

The Basics. How To Section An Orange By Rebecca Gordon Editor-In-Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Cooking Baking Tutorials Modern Southern Socials Party Menus Game Day Entertaining Birmingham Alabama TV Cooking Personality Pastry ChefCooking Essentials

The Technique

How To Section An Orange

Citrus has always been good at stepping up in the winter months to not only provide fresh flavor to recipes but the bright color may be relied on to perk up the plate as well. Fresh oranges make recipes glow. Use the juice in a Fresh Orange Glaze to drizzle over Buttermilk Pound Cake or capture the the zest with a microplane grater to stir into Buttermilk Pancakes for a real breakfast treat.  What sometimes gets overlooked is the fact that the fruit itself may be enjoyed in an array of nutritious & great tasting recipes. The key is peeling & cutting oranges properly for a beautiful presentation & exceptional good taste. Learn how to section an orange.

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How To Section An Orange

Once you learn how to section an orange, you’ll want to add the segments to all sorts of salads, side dishes & desserts. The technique discards the unwanted pith portion that is bitter & allows for a smoother overall texture once eaten. 

The Basics. How To Section An Orange By Rebecca Gordon Editor-In-Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Cooking Baking Tutorials Modern Southern Socials Party Menus Game Day Entertaining Birmingham Alabama TV Cooking Personality Pastry Chef

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Slice a small portion of the orange away on the bottom of the fruit & position the flat side on a cutting board. Using a paring knife, slice 1 1/2-inch pieces of the the pith & rind away in sections all around the orange. Next, turn the fruit on its side. Use the paring knife to slice the orange segments between each white portion of the inner pith from top to bottom & remove them. Add the fruit to a variety of your favorite recipes or it enjoy it as a snack.

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