In the summer, you can grill the beef over charcoal, but this dish is just as good if you use an indoor grill. The sauce of dried plums simmered with beef broth and balsamic vinegar is the perfect complement.
California Dried Plums give flavor and moisture to these delicately spiced meatballs without adding extra fat. If fresh dill is hard to find, substitute one-half tablespoon of dried dill in the sauce.
This savory cornbread stuffing with dried plums, sausage, pecans and sage goes great with roast turkey, but it's so good you'll want to serve it all year round with pork, chicken, or just on its own.
Brush a blend of dried plums, honey and vinegar onto pork spareribs for a tart and sweet glaze.
This fragrant cake, full of dried plums, walnuts and sweet spices, will "disappear" before your very eyes!
Dried plums add rich flavor to this beef-based chili. Serve over spaghetti, Cincinnati-style.
A classic treat.
This variation of beef stew with carrots and dried plums is flavored with a touch of cider vinegar and ginger.
A simple pork roast becomes extra-special when stuffed with dried plums. Fluffy couscous is the perfect accompaniment to this classic dish.
Turkey meatballs are baked instead of fried to make them lower in fat. Your guests will love them as a cocktail nibble with Cajun Dried Plum Barbecue Sauce.
Soup is the ideal way to warm-up dinner on a cool night. Dried plums' sweet flavor blends perfectly with acorn squash, creating a delicious, creamy soup that's sure to become a fall favorite.
An initial simmering renders much of the fat from the duck and creates a rich stock that forms the basis of the sauce. Dried plums and pearl onions are a natural pairing with the crisply roasted duck.
Bread pudding doesn't get much better than this version, layered with rum-soaked dried plums. It's especially good served warm with whipped cream.
Stewed dried plums are the cornerstone of a healthy breakfast. Add to oatmeal, or stir into yogurt or cottage cheese.
Orange and cloves make this variation of stewed dried plums just a little more festive. Serve warm or cold at breakfast or, slightly sweetened, as dessert.