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10 Ways to Use Orange Blossom Water I don’t often think of Marie-Antoinette whenever I use orange blossom water, but perhaps I should. By the time the French queen was playing shepherdess in Versailles, the cultivation of bitter orange trees in France was a long standing tradition solely for the purpose of producing this perfumed liquid.

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10 Amazing benefits and uses for orange blossom water. Clear, perfumed, orange blossom water, is actually a by-product of the distillation process that creates the essential oil, from bitter-orange blossoms.

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Orange flower water, or orange blossom water, is the clear, perfumed by-product of the distillation of fresh bitter-orange blossoms for their essential oil. Uses. This essential water has traditionally been used as an aromatizer in many ...

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Orange flower water is made using orange tree blossoms and a steam distillation process. The resulting fragrant water has found its way into many culinary uses in Moroccan cuisine. These recipes on the Moroccan Food site all include orange flower water in their list of ingredients.

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Other Names:zahr, orange blossom water. What is Orange flower water. A natural extract made from the distillation of orange blossoms. Orange flower water is used in Middle Eastern cooking in both savory and sweet foods. Lower quality products are made from perfumes and artificial ingredients. Price is normally an indication of quality.

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Nigella uses orange flower water in some recipes, such as Arabian Pancakes With Orange-Flower Syrup (from NIGELLA SUMMER). The orange flower water is made by distilling orange blossoms and it has a slightly more floral orange flavour, without the acidity. You can use substitutes but it depends on how the orange flower water is being used.

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Rose Water. Like orange flower water, rose water is a potent distillation, in this case, of rose petals. Rose water is both intensely perfumed and at the same time delicate in the way that roses can be. For that reason, you can use it in the same very small portions, about 1/8 to 1/2 teaspoon at a time, as you would orange flower water.

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As mentioned earlier, orange blossom water has fantastic effects on the skin. It is especially good for sensitive and oily skin types. It helps in soothing skin irritations and reduces the redness that comes with irritated skin. If your skin is prone to problems, use orange blossom water as an effective remedy.

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Our guess is that you originally bought your bottle of orange blossom water to make a cake or some syrup, as this is the most common usage of the stuff. It creeps into a myriad Middle Eastern confections: paklava, ma’amoul, faloodeh (sorbet)…

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Orange blossom water is not very difficult to make. The whole process takes about an hour, but then it requires several weeks of steeping time. Plan accordingly if you will need it for a recipe or an event. Use flowers that have not been sprayed with herbicides, pesticides, or insecticides.