Mexican Orange Fudge Recipe

Mexican Orange Fudge

I was thinking today, about the Oranges, it is having a sour and a sweet taste turning tables for the dessert so created, changing it into a wondrous taste. I thought to make a dessert from oranges but I didn’t know any recipe.

I called my friend who runs a bakery, I asked her did you know a recipe for orange dessert. She suggested me the Mexican Orange Fudge and after that, I was surfing over the internet about the Orange Fudge Recipe, I found Mexican Orange Fudge Recipe, it was very interesting for a name for me and I made the Mexican Orange Fudge at my home and it was very delicious and tasty.

Today, I will share the Mexican Orange Fudge Recipe with my lovely but first I would like to share the information I got from the internet about the fudge.

Fudge-making was popular at women’s colleges. A student at Vassar College in New York claimed to have introduced it there in 1888 by selling her own 14 kg batch. The diary of another student mentions making “fudges” in 1892. An 1893 letter from another Vassar College student describes “fudges” as containing sugar, chocolate, milk, and butter, the recipe for “Fudges at Vassar” was printed in The Sun in 1895.

Excited for the Mexican Orange Fudge recipe let’s journey to the happiness of creativity yet making us a companion.

Ingredients Required for Mexican Orange Fudge Recipe

Milk powder1 cup
Sugar3 tbsp
Orange juice½ cup
Orange zest2 tsp
Chopped almonds1 tbsp
Hot water and orange zestTo smooth the edges and garnish respectively.

How much time it will take?

Preparation TimeCooking TimeTotal Time
10 Minutes15 Minutes25 minutes

Mexican Orange Fudge Recipe

Orange Fudge recipe
  1. In a preheated pan add milk powder and roast it (don’t let it brown). Do it for 2-3 minutes and pace it in a plate.
  2. Now in another preheated pan add ½ cup orange juice, 1 tbsp sugar stir continuously.
  3. Add the above-roasted milk powder, 2 tbsp sugar; when the sugar is melted properly add 2 tsp orange zest.
  4. Stir thoroughly and add almonds to it. Place it in a square shape plate.
  5. Let it refrigerate for 2 hours. Serve cold.
  6. In a bowl take hot water, dip the knife blade in it, then with its help cut the so prepared fudge in smaller square pieces.

Let a gaudy looking delight change your mouth’s taste in perfect delight. Take a reference your happiness is displayed. Exaggerate your emotions in a different way. Work to create after your experience.

Nutritional Facts Of Mexican Orange Fudge Recipe

Carbohydrates14 g
Fats6 g
Protein1 g
Sodium0 mg
Potassium0 mg
Cholesterol0 mg

How to Make Mexican Orange Fudge at Home | Video

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About Tamana Khullar 139 Articles
I am 20 and I am precocious. I live in the duality of melancholy and enthusiasm. I aspire Reading almost anything and Writing almost all my currents on a good pondering day . My thoughts are on the move all time, I love to keep thinking and keep working on new things, almost anything that comes my way. A good move and inspiration is all I need.

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