How to Embellish Apricots with Uncensored Cooking Victory
Low fat, calorie and sodium apricots are so underrated. These vitamin A (beta-carotene) and C rich fruits provide a good source of potassium. They also contribute iron, calcium, phosphorus and fiber to the diet. No doubt, you’ve eaten them fresh or in desserts. But, that’s just one of their many wonderful barely touched sides. Today, we’re emphasizing some savory ways to appreciate them. Look for some fantastic apricot ideas on the Kitchology Eat.Better app too.
Our list starts with super-fast tartine sandwiches. We venture into savory chicken, meatballs, roasts and more then end with incredible dumplings. Of course, an apricot list is not complete with a full compliment of tried and new desserts too.
Enjoy our mix of favorite apricot recipes.
Not to Mention the Tantalizing Desserts
8. Pâte de Fruit
In France, pâtes de fruits are sold in high-end pâtisseries or pastry shops. The French roll them in sanding sugar, which has large crystals that cling to the candy without melting. Table sugar also works, as long as the jellies are rolled in it just before serving.
11. Pavlova with Chamomile Cream
Pastry pro Johnny Iuzzini roasts them with honey to include fiery Thai chiles for an Asian-inflected version of the Pavlova, the Australian classic. Chamomile whipped cream and crunchy, minty meringue cool things down deliciously.
16. Peach-Apricot Cobbler with Almond Ice Milk
Try this ingenious French-inflected almond ice milk. It’s a great replacement for vanilla ice cream which Americans more typically pair with peach desserts.
I am sure we missed other #apricot recipes. Let us know your favorites @Kitchology and @Kitchenchick123.