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    This episode is devoted to the orange. To get himself started before he ventures out on his skis, Andreas makes himself a Grilled Cheese Sandwich with cheese and orange marmalade. This is enjoyed with a cup of Hot Orange Chocolate topped with orange marmalade cream.
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    Episode 9: “The Sun is Back”

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    There is something magical about the highlands. Skiing on the top of the world gives people a sense of eternity. But some people take a more hands-on approach to life. Ice fishing is one of the most popular leisure activities of the region. The lakes have a lot of fish hidden beneath the ice.

    Andreas is offered a couple of Char. In return, he prepares an Artic Char with Orange Curry Butter by turning them over in flour with a little bit of salt and curry added. A Curry and Orange Butter is blended and dabbed onto each fish before it is served with a sprinkle of spring onions and orange.

    Preparing the Main Dishes
    The main dish is Orange Chicken, one of Andreas’ favorite chicken recipes. This may seem like a strange combination, but the orange actually serves many purposes. The cavity of the chicken is stuffed with the oranges and onions. In addition, a little saffron and melted butter give the chicken a nice orange color. The chicken is served with fennel. This is a vegetable that goes very well with the orange chicken.

    The dessert, Orange a la Norvegienne is a French recipe inspired by the cold and snowy climate of Norway. The cavity of the oranges is filled with ice cream and topped with meringue.

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  • There is something magical about the highlands. Skiing on the top of the world gives people a sense of eternity. But some people take a more hands-on approach to life. Ice fishing is one of the most popular leisure activities of the region. The lakes have a lot of fish hidden beneath the ice.

    Andreas is offered a couple of Char. In return, he prepares an Artic Char with Orange Curry Butter by turning them over in flour with a little bit of salt and curry added. A Curry and Orange Butter is blended and dabbed onto each fish before it is served with a sprinkle of spring onions and orange.

    Preparing the Main Dishes
    The main dish is Orange Chicken, one of Andreas’ favorite chicken recipes. This may seem like a strange combination, but the orange actually serves many purposes. The cavity of the chicken is stuffed with the oranges and onions. In addition, a little saffron and melted butter give the chicken a nice orange color. The chicken is served with fennel. This is a vegetable that goes very well with the orange chicken.

    The dessert, Orange a la Norvegienne is a French recipe inspired by the cold and snowy climate of Norway. The cavity of the oranges is filled with ice cream and topped with meringue.

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