Homemade tanghulu oranges

Homemade tanghulu oranges. Image by jcomp on Freepik

Recipe of the Day: Homemade tanghulu oranges [Video]

If you love sweet snacks and fruit, you’ll love these homemade tanghulu oranges which have their origins in Chinese street food stalls.

Homemade tanghulu oranges

Homemade tanghulu oranges. Image by jcomp on Freepik

Halloween might only come once a year, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have more candied fruit. Candy apples can be very large and you can lose your enjoyment quite quickly, but there’s another way. This homemade tanghulu oranges are going to change your sweet fruit snacks forever.

Very popular as a Chinese street food, tangulu fruit are covered in a candy that’s made almost like simple syrup. The oranges just get covered in this sweet coating which hardens as it cools. You don’t just have to use oranges or the traditional berries, so try it with different fruit and you won’t be disappointed.

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Homemade tanghulu oranges recipe

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