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Orange Upside Down Cake

Orange Upside Down Cake

INGREDIENTS


For the cake
  • One Package of Organic Cake Flour Mix
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 large grated small ripe Anjou Pear
  • Rind of a medium orange
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • Juice of One Medium Orange
For the Bottom of the Pan
  • ½ Cup Maple Syrup (B Grade)
  • One Orange thinly sliced
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon powder

PREPARATION

Line the bottom of a 4 Qrt Sauce Pan with the Oranges, the maple syrup and cinnamon powder.

Mix the cake ingredients with a fork for 1 minute, or until all the flour is integrated with the moist fruit, then pour on the top of the Orange, Maple syrup lined pan, cook on the top of the stove on medium low heat for 10 minutes, then turn down to low for another 10 minutes. You can bake it on the top of the stove only using the Saladmaster 316Ti Non reactive cookware method to make it taste the same as this one :-) Sorry.

RECIPE IN VIDEO



HEALTH BENEFITS OF ORANGES

Oranges' Healing Phytonutrients

In recent research studies, the healing properties of oranges have been associated with a wide variety of phytonutrient compounds. These phytonutrients include citrus flavanones (types of flavonoids that include the molecules hesperetin and naringenin), anthocyanins, hydroxycinnamic acids, and a variety of polyphenols. When these phytonutrients are studied in combination with oranges' vitamin C, the significant antioxidant properties of this fruit are understandable.

But it is yet another flavanone in oranges, the herperidin molecule, which has been singled out in phytonutrient research on oranges. Arguably, the most important flavanone in oranges, herperidin has been shown to lower high blood pressure as well as cholesterol in animal studies, and to have strong anti-inflammatory properties. Importantly, most of this phytonutrient is found in the peel and inner white pulp of the orange, rather than in its liquid orange center, so this beneficial compound is too often removed by the processing of oranges into juice.

A Healthy Dose of Vitamin C for Antioxidant Protection and Immune Support

You may already know that oranges are an excellent source of Vitamin C. In just one orange there is a supply of 116.2% of the daily value for vitamin C-but do you know just how important vitamin C and oranges are for good health? Vitamin C is the primary water-soluble antioxidant in the body, disarming free radicals and preventing damage in the aqueous environment both inside and outside cells. Inside cells, a potential result of free radical damage to DNA is cancer. Especially in areas of the body where cellular turnover is especially rapid, such as the digestive system, preventing DNA mutations translates into preventing cancer. This is why a good intake of vitamin C is associated with a reduced risk of colon cancer.

Free radical damage to other cellular structures and other molecules can result in painful inflammation, as the body tries to clear out the damaged parts. Vitamin C, which prevents the free radical damage that triggers the inflammatory cascade, is thus also associated with reduced severity of inflammatory conditions, such as asthma, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis.