If you love the taste of tangerine this recipe is for you. Save the peels from your tangerines to make tangerine liqueur. Such a simple recipe to make this lovely liqueur. All you really need are the peels (you don’t even have to worry about removing all the pith) Some vodka or similar type alcohol, sugar and water. How much simpler can it get. With these four ingredients The Corujas site shows you how to make the liqueur. The peels are cut into tiny pieces and soaked in the alcohol. When you make the liqueur after soaking them be sure to save them in a jar in the fridge because according to the article they taste really good so you can use them to flavor other things with. My first though was they would be scrumptious in cooked oatmeal. The liqueur get better with age so try to be patient and wait a few months before drinking. I wonder if the liqueur could be added to a recipe for homemade caramels. I need to make some and try it because can you even imagine tangerine flavored caramel. I am thinking it would be totally awesome.
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