Chilled Oranges With Yujacheong
By Kim Yong-ja
"Yuja" is a citrus fruit with a wonderful scent, growing mainly in the southwestern part of Korea. It is usually sold as a preserve called yujacheong, which resembles orange marmalade. It is mainly used as a sweetening agent for teas. I use it not only for tea but also for breakfast rolls and desserts.
INGREDIENTS (serves 4)
7 medium ORANGES
2/3 cups YUJACHeONG (citrus fruit preserve)
Peel the oranges with a knife and divide into segments. Chill in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours. They should be very cold. Serve in individual bowls, topping with a spoonful of yujacheong.