Stuff luscious California dried plums with walnut halves, then roll in granulated sugar to make Anytime Plum Treats. They're great for lunchboxes, holidays or healthy snacking -- anytime! Recipe courtesy of Cathi L.
This classic, creamy French ice cream, studded with Armagnac-soaked dried plums, is perfect for a special occasion. Serve with Dried Plum Financieres, or with your favorite pound cake recipe.
These cocktail tidbits have a stuffing of cream cheese, celery and artichoke that's a creamy contrast to the crisp grilled bacon that wraps the dried plums.
Layers of Brie sandwiched with a filling of dried plums, almonds and granola make a perfect party or buffet dish.
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.
Bittersweet chocolate drizzled on top gives this tart a glamorous touch. Serve a thin wedge with a dollop of softly whipped cream.
Slow simmering lets the pork absorb the complex flavors of chiles, orange and spices. Dried plums and an array of vegetables add the finishing touch.
Quick and easy to make our Chocolate Covered Sugar Plums make gift giving fun. And even better to receive!
Mix and match fillings and toppings to create your favorite versions of these stuffed dried plums for holiday gifting or parties.
Chocolate-dried plum filling with a coconut-almond topping make these bars a moist and chewy treat.
A layer of dried plum puree and walnuts is the surprise touch in this cranberry-studded holiday cake.
Dried plums enrobed in a peanut butter coating, then rolled in candy sprinkles, are a great addition to your holiday cookie plate.
These dried plum and nut-filled cookies are a must for the Jewish holiday of Purim, but they're just as good all year round.
Dried plums and goat cheese rolled in puff pastry (store bought for convenience) are baked until golden make, then sliced, for an unusual appetizer.
A quick and easy, make ahead, recipe for holiday entertaining. Broil the bacon-wrapped dried plums just before serving.
Sharp, tangy winter greens contrast beautifully with the creaminess of blue cheese and the sweetness of dried plums. This salad is a great way to use leftover roast chicken.
Orange-glazed sweet potatoes sprinkled with crystallized ginger will find a place at any holiday meal alongside ham, turkey or roast pork.
Try something different this Thanksgiving--baked acorn squash filled with dried plums, brown sugar, orange peel and ginger with make your family forget all about candied yams.
Beef brisket, braised until fork tender with carrots, sweet potatoes and dried plums, is a warming winter meal, especially when served with potato latkes or egg noodles.
For extra sweetness and nutrition, gold medalist swimmer Natalie Coughlin adds dried plums to a holiday dressing made with cornbread, country bread and crunchy pecans.
Brandy adds a festive touch to Holiday Dried Fruit Tart. The pastry uses toasted almonds for a delicious nutty flavor.
At your next holiday party, serve this spicy combination of prune juice and apple cider in mugs with cinnamon sticks for garnish.
Natalie Coughlin’s Lumpia with Dried Plum Purée, made with wholesome ingredients including nutrient-packed dried plums, is perfect for casual get-togethers or formal affairs.
For a deliciously different gratin, layer potatoes with port-steeped dried plums, pour over nutmeg-scented half-and-half and bake until tender and golden. Perfect with roasted meat or poultry.
Dried plums, celery and mushrooms tossed with toasted bread cubes, stock and wine bake up into a stuffing that's moist, golden brown, and a delicious addition to any holiday meal.
Chicken and dressing bake separately so that each is done to perfection. Matzo makes an interesting change from the usual breadcrumbs in the dressing.
Chipotle tomato sauce gets its deep, rich flavor and a subtle sweetness from California Dried Plums, with the added benefit of dried plums’ antioxidant power and fiber. It goes great with roasted pork tenderloin, but why not try it with chicken, fish or even on pasta?
Serve this spice-scented variation on stewed dried plums hot or cold, as a condiment with pork, ham or turkey.
This is a dish that is made for the dried fruits of winter, deeply delicious, sweet, yet balanced with the lovely acidic quality of good quality coffee. Nearly any kind of citrus and dried fruits will do; we suggest quite a few but use whatever you like best. Mix just a few or a lot, as available.