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Orange Cream Surprise

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Orange Cream Surprise

Surprise your friends and family with this aptlynamed dessert. The fresh, tangy flavour of the oranges complements the sweetness of the pudding to give this dessert a refreshingly unique taste. Try it to believe it!

Ingredients

For the first layer:
225 gm Marie biscuits
150 gm butter
3 tbsp sugar, caramelized

For the second layer:
4 oranges
A little sugar
250 gm cream
½ tin condensed milk

For the third layer:
5 gm China grass, soaked in water
1 cup water
1 ½ cups fresh orange juice
A little lemon juice
Sugar  as desired

Preperation

Preheat the oven to 300°F.
Crush the biscuits and mix it into the butter.
Spread this mixture in an ovenproof dish and bake in the preheated oven for ten minutes.
Remove the dish from the oven and allow it to cool.
After it has cooled, pour the caramelized sugar over the biscuit layer and keep it aside.
The next step is to prepare the second layer. First, peel the oranges, discard the skin and seeds and keep the pieces aside. Sprinkle a little sugar over the pieces.
Pour the cream into a bowl and place the bowl on the top of some ice cubes. Now beat the cream well.
Add the condensed milk to the cream and beat well again.
Add the oranges to this mixture and mix well. Spread this mixture above the biscuit layer and keep it to set in the freezer compartment of the refrigerator for fifteen minutes.
Next comes the third layer.  For this, soak the China grass in water and then melt it on a low flame. At the same time, mix the lemon juice, orange juice and sugar together heat it on a low flame.
When the China grass has melted completely, pour it into the orange juice mixture, stir and remove the vessel from the flame.
When this mixture cools down to room temperature, place it in the refrigerator.
When it begins to set, remove it from the refrigerator.  Using a large spoon spread this mixture on top of the pudding.
Place it once again in the refrigerator to set.
Garnish with cherries, orange slices and caramelized nuts, before serving.

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