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Mandarin Orange Sauce for Crepes

Mandarin Orange Sauce for Crepes created by BETHANY T.

This sauce goes beautifully with crepes. Not too sweet, and super quick and easy to make. I used the crepe recipe posted by MizzNezz (recipe #18410). I coat the crepes with the sauce and fold into quarters.

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  • Heat oranges, juice, sugar, vanilla and rum over med to high heat.
  • In a small bowl, stir together cornstarch and water.
  • When orange mixture comes to a bowl, stir in cornstarch mixture.
  • Cook stirring constantly until thick.
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"This sauce goes beautifully with crepes. Not too sweet, and super quick and easy to make. I used the crepe recipe posted by MizzNezz (recipe #18410). I coat the crepes with the sauce and fold into quarters."
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  1. WiXnStiX
    Love this sauce... I add a little honey in with the oranges, and an extra bit of sugar. It is an excellent sauce, everyone I know just loves it. Thanks for the recipe!
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  2. WI Cheesehead
    Very easy and quick to make. Didn't have rum, but used everything else (except had 11 oz can of oranges). Nice sauce for pancakes. I have a cold, so I'll have to try it again to get more of the flavor :)
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  3. BETHANY T.
    Mandarin Orange Sauce for Crepes Created by BETHANY T.
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  4. BETHANY T.
    Mandarin Orange Sauce for Crepes Created by BETHANY T.
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  5. BETHANY T.
    This sauce goes beautifully with crepes. Not too sweet, and super quick and easy to make. I used the crepe recipe posted by MizzNezz (recipe #18410). I coat the crepes with the sauce and fold into quarters.
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