Orange-flower water

Orange-flower water

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

This beautiful fragrant liquid, collected from the distillation of oil from the sweet blossoms of the bitter orange tree, is used as a delicate and subtle flavouring in cooking, particularly in Middle Eastern sweet dishes. Orange-flower water is available from Greek and Middle Eastern grocery stores, or in a concentrated form from chemists. The concentrate should be used sparingly in drops, and not spoon measures.

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