Golden sundae

By Grant Allen

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A golden sundae can be eaten any day of the week. Photo / Janna Dixon
A golden sundae can be eaten any day of the week. Photo / Janna Dixon

This can be served any day of the week.

1 Peel some New Zealand oranges, being careful to remove all the pith (white tissue).

2 Toast some long-thread coconut.

3 Peel a ripe mango and cut into wedges.

4 Slice the oranges crossways, removing any seeds and layer across the base of a glass dish or bowl.

5 Scoop some balls of golden syrup icecream and place on top of the orange, arranging the mango segments around the icecream .

6 Top with some preserved orange peel.

7 Pour over some whiskey liqueur.

8 Sprinkle with toasted coconut.

- Herald on Sunday

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