Made as a delicious alternative to pumpkin pie for Turkey Day. Planning already to make for Christmas. Some notes: 1. Took THREE HOURS to make! (Segmenting all those dratted oranges!) 2. Do not whip cream and mascarpone separately planning to fold them together (ha!); stir solid mascarpone into liquid cream until dissolved and thick as custard, then whisk by hand until you get SOFT PEAKS only. It will continue to stiffen a bit when you mix in the marmalade and spread it in the bowl.
Orange Trifle with Grand Marnier Cream
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artsandletters Posted: 11/27/08
MLDFrance Posted: 12/29/10
I made this for a holiday dinner party. Everyone loved it and I would definitely make it again. I used some blood oranges as well as navel and Valencia. The red segments were beautiful on top. This takes much more than 1 hour to prepare due to the orange segment preparation.