Dried plums steeped in Armagnac brandy with orange zest, cinnamon and cloves makes a perfect holiday gift. Serve with ice cream, whipped cream or rich chocolate cake.
This barbecue sauce lasts up to one month in the refrigerator, so keep some on hand for basting pork, poultry or beef.
Add chopped dried plums to this condiment for an added sweetness and pair with your favorite South Asian dish or use as a spread or dipping sauce.
Serve this plum-luscious caramel sauce warm over ice cream or pound cake.
For spreading on sandwiches or toasted bagels, or with apples slices, crackers or celery sticks, you can't beat this combo of cream cheese, dried plums and walnuts.
A classic treat.
The mustard and shallots in this vinaigrette make it the perfect complement for more strongly flavored salad greens like arugala or watercress.
Cream cheese spread with dried plums and walnuts shows its versatility as a sandwich filling, dip for apple slices, or on crackers or celery sticks.
Sweet and spicy dried plum salsa goes great with roast or grilled pork or chicken.
Dried plum puree adds moisture and richness to a variety of baked goods. It can often be found in the baking goods section of your supermarket.
Fat-free cream cheese blended with dried plums, walnuts, cinnamon and orange juice creates a lighter spread for bagels, crackers or fruit.
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?
Sweet, tart and spicy all in one, Sauce Plum Wonderful is the perfect basting or dipping sauce for grilled or broiled meat and poultry. Spoon into jars with decorative labels for gift giving.
Make a batch of this spicy dried plum salsa to serve with chicken, pork chops or fish.
Serve this spice-scented variation on stewed dried plums hot or cold, as a condiment with pork, ham or turkey.
Apples and dried plums simmer down to a tangy chutney with vinegar, brown sugar and spices. Try it with ham, smoked turkey or pork.