2017 National Candied Orange Peel Day

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4th May

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National Candied Orange Peel Day is dedicated to...you guessed it.... candied orange peels!

Now, just what the heck is a candied orange peel? And, is it edible? Yes, it's edible. If you are a chef or a baker, then you know just what it is, and how to use it. For the rest of us, we likely have enjoyed it in seasonal baked goods all of our lives, without even knowing we have eaten it.

National Candied Orange Peel Day

Candied orange peels are a boiled, sliced, sugar added treat. You can eat them by themselves. But most often, they are used in holiday cookies, snacks, and fruitcake.

On this day, bake some cookies or other recipes that use candied orange peels. Then, eat and enjoy!

National Candied Orange Peel Day is celebrated on May 04. Candied orange peels are boiled and sliced orange peels, which are candied with sugar. Very delicious! Take part of this day by trying a recipe for candied orange peels.




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