Others are juicy! Baked mandarin orange recipe
|Material ( Serves 2-3 people )||Cooking time 10minutes|
|mandarin orange||2-3 pieces|
Mandarin oranges are delicious when eaten cold. But in fact, it can also be enjoyed warmed up. Here's how.
How to make grilled mandarin oranges1. Arrange the mandarin oranges on the fish grill.
2. Cook over medium-high heat until the tops of the mandarin oranges are lightly browned. The approximate time is about 5 minutes.
3． Remove the fish from the grill, let it cool slightly, and peel the skin, being careful not to burn yourself.
Four. Serve with the thin skin still attached.
The skin of a heated tangerine becomes soft and you can remove the white streaks. Both the skin and the pulp become soft, and the juice bursts out when you put it in your mouth. The sweetness was stronger than usual, and it felt like I was eating mandarin oranges soaked in syrup!
Charring creates a sweet potato-like aroma, but this is a matter of personal preference. Personally, I recommend taking it out before it gets too burnt because it's easier to eat. You can also make it by baking it in a toaster oven for about 10 minutes.
Grilled mandarin oranges have a warm and warming sweetness. You don't have to think too hard about the heat and baking time, so feel free to try it out. Please also check out the recipes for `` Grilled Persimmons '' and `` Grilled Apples & Grilled Bananas '' that we have introduced so far on Enuchi.