Definition of 'candied'
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The secret to its success is the use of candied orange peel. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Stir in the soaked sultanas and candied peel. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Serve the glasses of punch with candied peels. The Sun (2013)You could also use fresh mixed berries instead of the candied fruit. The Sun (2014)This one is a little bit soggy but there are some nice candied fruits in there. The Sun (2011)Now with parsley, candied peel or bacon. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Finally, fold in the stem ginger and candied peel. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Too dry, candied fruit is overpowering. The Sun (2011)Lots of soggy candied fruit on top of the pud, so it all flopped a bit. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Mix in the walnuts, figs and candied orange peel, then add the egg and combine before transferring the batter to the tin. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Garnish the top of the pudding with a spoonful of chopped candied peel, then flame with brandy or vodka, if you wish. The Sun (2015)
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