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Author Notes: My flatmate's family farm oranges here in Sicily, so we had a glut. What to do? Mix those babies up with yogurt, cardamom and honey and freeze them, of course! Yum. —QuasiSiciliana
- 1 unwaxed orange
- A few tablespoons of plain yogurt
- 1 tablespoon of honey
- Two or three cardamom pods, split and the husks removed
- Wash the orange to get rid of any surface grime, and remove any leaves and the nubbly bit at the end (you know the bit I mean ...). Chop it all up, skin and all, into rough chunks so that your blender doesn't explode when you whizz everything together.
- Add a couple of tablespoons of yogurt - just enough to make the eventual pudding smooth and creamy. The orange and cardamom should be the stars, rather than the yogurt.
- Crack a couple of cardamom pods and drop the fragrant black seeds in with the orange and the yogurt.
- Add a tablespoon of honey and blitz the whole lot with a stick blender until smooth and light. It can be eaten as is at this stage, or put into the freezer to make a fabulous frozen pudding. Delicious.