Is there such a thing as an orange peeler?
A citrus peeler is essentially a tool that allows you to easily remove the skin from oranges or any other citrus fruit you enjoy eating such as grapefruits or mandarins.
Does an Old Fashioned need orange?
Just so we’re perfectly clear: There is no orange slice in an Old Fashioned. There is no cherry in an Old Fashioned. You do not mash up fruit of any kind in an Old Fashioned.
How do you pair orange peel?
Hold a whole fruit in the palm of your hand with a firm grip. Cut a canelle or pairing knife into the citrus peel, digging just deep enough to grab a bit of the white pith. Roll the fruit around in your hand with a smooth, even motion, continuing to cut a strip of the peel with the knife as you go.
What does express an orange peel mean?
Expressing the orange peel lets fragrant oils loose. Jen Marshall, former bartender and current Brand Ambassador for Reyka Vodka, explains, “Orange peels are expressed to float the citrus oils on the drink, both for flavor and smell.
What’s Zesting a lemon?
Lemon zest is the yellow outside portion of its peel. It’s often used with or without lemon juice to add tangy flavor to recipes. The zest can taste even stronger than the juice; it’s often used in lemon-flavored baked or cooked recipes like lemon poppy seed pancakes.
Can you air dry orange peel?
Cut in the opposite direction to dice the peels. Sprinkle on a parchment paper lined baking pan. Bake at 250 in 15 minute increments until dried. Cool completely before storing in an air tight container.