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How to Make Warm Gingered Apricots

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This video shows you how to make a simple and delicious dessert in easy step by step instructions. Excellent for any stone fruit such as peaches, plums or even mango.

See below for the recipe which serves 2 but which can be easily doubled or tripled to serve more.

 

 

 

 

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Warm Gingered Apricots recipe

Prep and cooking time: 15 minutes
Serves 2

Ingredients
60ml/2fl.oz. Maple Syrup or Honey
The juice  of 2 Oranges
1 tbsp finely chopped Stem Ginger
5 Apricots, halved and stoned

Instructions

1.  Place the maple syrup and orange juice in a frying pan which is large enough to take all the fruit in one layer and heat to simmering point over a medium heat, stirring to blend well.

2. Add the chopped stem ginger, mix well and cook for 1 minute before adding the apricots, cut sides up, and cook for 3-4 minutes, spooning the liquid over the apricots.

3.  Raise the heat and bring the liquid to the boil, still spooning it over the apricots then cook for a few minutes to slightly reduce  the liquid.

4. Serve hot or warm by itself, with cream, over vanilla ice cream or with pancakes.

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