Homemade Sicilian Blood Orange Liqueur - Arancello

Homemade Sicilian Blood Orange Liqueur - Arancello
 
alt

This recipe was uploaded
by LaTavolaMarche

 
To rate this recipe, please sign in.

Ingredients

Ingredients
Method
 
  • 1/2 liter of pure grain alcohol (you can also use grappa, vodka or everclear)
  • the skin of 5 organic Sicilian blood oranges (careful not to skin the orange too deep - you don't want the white pith)
  • 1/2 kilo of sugar
  • 1 liter of water

In a large jar with a lid, soak the orange-rind peels in the alcohol and leave in a cool dark place for about 14 days.
After it has sat for 14 days or so, filter the rinds from the alcohol. Boil the water & sugar, making a simple syrup, stirring to dissolve all the sugar in the water. Then add the orange flavored alcohol. Bottle.
I make about 10 liters of this liquor so I place 1 bottle in the freezer ready to serve and the rest in a cool dark place. Arancello, like limoncello will last a year or more in proper storage.
If the alochol is too strong of a flavor, it is also nice to serve it with a drop of heavy cream or dollop of whipped cream atop - then it is referred to as Crema di Arancello.

Homemade Sicilian Blood Orange Liqueur - Arancello

Are you sure you want to delete this recipe?

 

 
alt

This recipe was uploaded by LaTavolaMarche

 
 

A new spin on the classic limoncello is arancello, use Sicilian blood oranges instead of lemons from Positano for a lovely liquor with a bold bright flavor. A no-fail recipe (orange rinds, grain alcohol, sugar & water) means it's a perfect introduction to making homemade liqueurs! I can't cook to save my life, but I have become a pro at infusing liquors from limoncello to nocino (walnut & vanilla), visciolino (wild cherry), prugnolino (wild plum/sloe) & now arancello.


Method



In a large jar with a lid, soak the orange-rind peels in the alcohol and leave in a cool dark place for about 14 days.
After it has sat for 14 days or so, filter the rinds from the alcohol. Boil the water & sugar, making a simple syrup, stirring to dissolve all the sugar in the water. Then add the orange flavored alcohol. Bottle.
I make about 10 liters of this liquor so I place 1 bottle in the freezer ready to serve and the rest in a cool dark place. Arancello, like limoncello will last a year or more in proper storage.
If the alochol is too strong of a flavor, it is also nice to serve it with a drop of heavy cream or dollop of whipped cream atop - then it is referred to as Crema di Arancello.
Show/hide comments

comments powered by Disqus