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talisker63 03-22-2008 04:10 PM

Stone Fuits - sensational
 
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Well after a magnificent pizza party for 12 adults and a few kids (sorry no pizza photo's too busy). We made a simple and absolutely delicious desert.

We cut up a pile of stone fruits (plums, nectarines, peaches) and added some quarters figs from our tree. The are in season now and what we don't eat ripe from the tree the fruit bat's get!

Tossed the fruit in brown sugar and then placed in a heavy shallow dish and baked on 350C until soft and caramelized on top. Served with double cream.

I hate to say it but it was better then pizza.

Not too heavy after all the pizza and wine - really easy and great

gjbingham 03-22-2008 07:42 PM

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What, no apricots? Great idea for a dessert. Figs, I can do without. I love fig newtons, but I had a fig tree in the yard as a kid. We used to take the ripe fruit and throw it at each other until we were covered in goo. Never liked 'em since. ;)

Inishta 03-23-2008 10:47 AM

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Great dessert talisker...............simple and a fine way to finish a WFO meal.

:cool:

mannextdoor 03-26-2008 06:44 PM

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We have a little differant variation. Any fruit can be used. Make the same way, but add a couple of tbsp of curry of your choice. We usely use a pretty mild curry.

Mannextdoor

talisker63 03-27-2008 02:20 AM

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wow!

curry powder or a paste?

I was also told to add cognac but I'm too tight to share it

mannextdoor 03-27-2008 05:26 AM

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Originally Posted by talisker63 (Post 27664)
wow!

curry powder or a paste?

I was also told to add cognac but I'm too tight to share it

We use about a tbsp of mild curry powder, per 3 cups of fruit. The cognac sounds good too.

Mannextdoor

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