Balsamic-Glazed Oranges

Balsamic-Glazed Oranges created by Good Vibe Goddess

While the combination strawberries with balsamic vinegar is common in many dishes, the sweet-acidic balance of the vinegar pairs well with other fruits. This dessert whips up in a heartbeat and is the perfect ending to an Italian meal.

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  • Peel oranges removing all of the pith from the outside. Cut across grain into 1/4 inch slices, removing seeds.
  • Place sugar and vinegar in a small saucepan and bring to boil. Stir constantly with a large spoon. Allow it to continue with a low boil until volume is halved (1/4 cup).
  • Divide orange slices evenly between 4 plates. Drizzle with glaze.
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"While the combination strawberries with balsamic vinegar is common in many dishes, the sweet-acidic balance of the vinegar pairs well with other fruits. This dessert whips up in a heartbeat and is the perfect ending to an Italian meal."
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  1. DallasMimi
    First, cut up the oranges and place on/in your serving dish. Next, combine the balsamic (be sure to use a very good quality balsamic) and brown sugar in a small sauce pan. Bring it to a boil slowly (this took about 5 minutes on my gas cook top on a small burner), turn down the heat and reduce, stirring constantly, until it is 1/2 the original amount (this took about 5 more minutes). Drizzle over the orange slices and ENJOY! Soooooo good and refreshing!
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  2. Good Vibe Goddess
    Balsamic-Glazed Oranges Created by Good Vibe Goddess
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  3. Good Vibe Goddess
    Well If I'd read all the reviews before making this I would've known to make sure this didn't get too hot/burn... I ended up with a balsamic caramel. It was still very yummy. I served the oranges in martini glasses and drizzled the sauce over them. In an attempt to melt the caramel I put the glasses in the microwave for 20 seconds- which warmed the oranges in a wonderful way but didn't do much for the caramel. Oh well, I'll definately make this again, and watch the temp closer!
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  4. Schloss Heroldeck
    This recipe is soooooooo good! I made it for the first time today and had 3 helpings. The first time I made the glaze it was too thick and caramelized so I need to practice getting the right texture. so delicious I love it!! Thank you for sharing.
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  5. princess.and.the.pea
    I picked up a bag of Blood Oranges and a bag of Pink Grapefruit from Trader Joe's this earlier this week. The combination with the drizzled Balsamic Glaze is such a treat I keep forgetting it is healthy. I am so hooked on it that I had to rate this recipe and thank you for sharing it!
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