Orangeaid With Oj and Sugar





Introduction: Orangeaid With Oj and Sugar

This easy orange aid can be made in two minutes with minimal materials. There are no set amounts, these are just my recommendations. By the way, I did not come up with this recipe, it was actually shown to me by a friend.

Step 1: Gather Materials

easy enough, just get a large glass, orange juice, a spoon of sugar, and a spoon.

Step 2: Pouring the Orange Juice

Again, you can pour any amount of orange juice, but I recommend about 1/3 a glass.

Step 3: Just Add Water

fill the rest of the glass up with cold water, so that you have a somewhat transparent orange juice.

Step 4: Add Sugar

add about one spoonful of sugar. again, this amount may vary due to your likings.

Step 5: Stir

stir with spoon so that the sugar doesn't stay on the bottom.



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    Soo... It doesn't taste like watered down OJ?

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    no becayse the sugar intensifies the juice

    yeah, it really is good even though it's also really easy

    I tried this but made a couple changes. First I added more orange juice and a spoonful more sugar (everything is better if you add more sugar =P). Then I added lemon juice, a spoonful of brown sugar and some honey to sweeten it even more. I also used a homemade carbonation machine to make it carbonated. I have a sweet tooth =). Happy drink making!

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    man, that sounds so good. you should make an instructable on it.

    yeah, it's really sweet

    lol. yes I believe it will be VERY sweet, considering OJ plain is sweet, then you add a bunch of sugar, it WILL be VERY sweet :-)

    I know your name... its andrew. mwahahahahha!!

    i dont know, it just came to me and i figurred it out!!!!

    so... you water down the orange juice, then add extra sugar......that doesn't sound good.

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    I know, but it is.