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In this article, there are 1 recipe and 20 Dried Orange Ideas.

 

Ingredients for the Oven Dried Orange Recipe
3 to 4 oranges
Oven Dried Orange Recipe Preparation
First, sprinkle flour so that it does not stick to your baking tray.
After lining your oranges on the tray, place them in your oven at 90 degree fan setting. Turn your orange slices over every half hour. It will be ready after 3 hours. Your drying time may vary depending on the thickness you cut. I sprinkled a little cinnamon on it to give it aroma. The smell that emanates into the house was wonderful.
Strawberry, apple, pear, apricot, etc. you wish and want to keep. You can apply.

Bon Appetit.

20 Dried Orange Ideas (Garland)

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