A very juicy orange cake with gorgeous citrus flavour. I especially like it ice cold, so I keep it in the refrigerator. Don't be put off by the olive oil - baking with olive oil produces fabulous results, is healthier than butter and leaves no trace of 'olive' flavour.
This is a traditional recipe for orange marmalade. Traditional orange marmalade recipes, like this one, use only Seville oranges. But you'll need to plan ahead, as these special Seville oranges are only in season for a few weeks each January. This is a marmalade that Paddington Bear would find most agreeable!
A healthy and refreshing dessert, this fruit salad combines juicy oranges with aromatic mint and the crunch of almonds. If your oranges aren't particularly sweet or flavourful, drizzle the salad with a little honey before serving.
If you fancy a fresh, light, citrusy cake for a change from the rich chocolate varieties, this mandarin orange cake is for you. The light sponge layers are topped with a light citrusy cream and fresh mandarin orange segments. If mandarins aren't in season, try using drained mandarins from a tin.
This gluten-free cake is moist, light and packed full of flavour. It's made predominantly with ground almonds, flavoured with orange juice and served with a zesty orange sauce.
A perfect dinner party dessert with pretty fruit decorative topping and cream cheese on a buttery biscuit base