Organic Orange Flavor
The zesty orange character in this flavor comes from Orange Oil, giving it a crisp, clean and full citrusy taste.
About Our Alcohol-Free Flavors
Our Flavors are perfect for those who want the delicious taste without any of the alcohol. Our Alcohol-Free Flavors are made with our premium quality Organic Essential Oils and Organic High Oleic Safflower Oil, ensuring a truly superior, bold, and concentrated product, formulated to withstand high heat. The vegetable oil base used acts as an excellent preservative, thus maintaining the bold flavor.
Easy to use and long lasting, Starwest Flavors can add the complexities and nuances of fresh flavor to any recipe. In some recipes, using a flavor is easier and yields a tastier, more uniform result than adding the actual ingredient itself. They can be used in beverages, baked goods, and to flavor both sweet and savory dishes. Flavors can be substituted in equal parts in place of flavor extracts in most recipes. They are truly a kitchen necessity, and they can be used in an ever-expanding host of delicious possibilities!
Orange Flavor can even give a stronger taste to recipes than orange juice does, and can complement a range of foods and flavors and add a special twist to any recipe.
- For desserts, orange flavor can be used in cakes, rice pudding, custard, icings and frostings, and candy.
- Is great in baked goods and pastries like turnovers, Bear Claws, croissants, cookies, breads, and muffins.
- Is goes very well with fish, pork, chicken, rice, and vegetable dishes.
- It can be a citrusy addition to your salad dressings and sauces, and it marries well with a variety of herbs for making marinades and seasonings.
- Use orange flavor to add a bright, sunny taste to smoothies, ice cream, sherbert, and gelatin.
- It goes very nicely, in jams, marmalades, fruit pies, and sauces.
- Can also be drizzled over fruits including strawberries, pineapple, and kumquats.
Organic High Oleic Safflower Oil (Carthamus tinctorius), Refined and Organic Orange Oil (Citrus sinensis).