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.
Lighten up your side dishes and watch as prune purée brings together all the elements of this cauliflower slaw without sacrificing taste.
Looking for a healthy recipe idea using dried plums? Bulgur has all the benefits of whole wheat, but it’s pre-cooked so you can put together a delicious salad in minutes. California Dried Plums, oranges and loads of fresh herbs add even more nutritional benefits.
A quick, easy, and deliciously cool summer salad for hot August nights.
Colorful, tasty and healthy, this slaw is sure to be a favorite at picnics and barbecues.
West African Lamb Stew and Curried Pistachio Couscous recipes created by Chef Quattara (Washington DC)
Created especially for The California Dried Plum Board by Chef Martin Yan, this salad breaks away from the bland iceberg lettuce salad.
Gourmet specialist Karen Anand is food consultant, writer, chef and businesswoman all rolled into one. With several books and three successful food shows under her belt, she has also been awarded the prestigious Food & Spirit Award by the French Government.
Provided by: Dietitian Debbie Dishes for the California Dried Plum Board
Store-bought bread dough is the time-saving base of a dried plum-studded, cheese-topped focaccia. Cut into squares and serve with green salad.
A classic Thanksgiving stuffing recipe with the lovely addition of California Dried Plums and chesnuts.
A delicious and unique use of walnuts and dried plums.
Combining dried plums, tomatoes and feta cheese in a simple vinaigrette, this salad is great on its own or served with greens.
The wonderful winter salad of fennel, dried plums, manchego cheese and prosciutto was created for the California Dried Plum Board by Joanne Weir.
Try these mustard and honey-glazed carrots with dried plums as a side dish with roast chicken, or with pan-fried pork chops.
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.
For extra sweetness and nutrition, we recommend adding dried plums to a holiday dressing made with cornbread, country bread and crunchy pecans.
Achieve peak performance with Indonesian Fried Rice, made with tofu, peanuts and nutrient-packed California Dried Plums.
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.
Jazz up your everyday salad and give your greens a boost by adding crunchy candied pecans, creamy goat cheese and nutritious California Dried Plums.
Golden-hued curried couscous tossed with chicken, dried plums, tomatoes and almonds is lovely to look at and even better to eat on a warm summer day.
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.
Sweet and spicy dried plum salsa goes great with roast or grilled pork or chicken.
Enjoy this tasty lower-in-fat combo of dried plums, tomatoes and feta cheese on its own or with salad greens.
Use whole-wheat penne for added fiber and flavor. Gorgonzola and dried plums make a satisfying alternative to tomato sauce.
When having friends over, we suggest stirring things up with a creamy risotto with arugula, radicchio and just the right touch of fruity sweetness from California Dried Plums. This easy, elegant recipe is sure to be a winner at your house, too.
Dried plums and tender baby carrots team up in a vegetable dish that's great with grilled pork chops, roast chicken, or braised beef.
Fresh kale sautéed with cumin, mustard seed, chili flakes, ginger and California dried plums, garnished with toasted coconut.
Spinach, dried plums and feta plus a warm pancetta dressing equals a salad that's a bit out of the ordinary.