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Is écorces d'orange confite vegan?

Écorces d'orange confite is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is écorces d'orange confite?

Écorces d'orange confite, also known as candied orange peel, is a versatile ingredient in both sweet and savory dishes. The process of candying orange peel involves simmering strips of orange peel in sugar syrup until they become translucent and slightly chewy, with a sweet yet slightly bitter flavor. These candied peels can be used as a garnish, mixed into baked goods like cakes and breads, or chopped up and used to add a pop of flavor to salads or roasted meats. Écorces d'orange confite can also be enjoyed on their own as a sweet treat or added to hot tea for a fragrant and comforting drink.

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