What to do with lots of apricots?
Considering this, what to do with lots of ripe apricots?
These 10 recipes make us love apricots even more
- Grilled apricot salad. Arugula, feta and pumpkin seeds round out the flavors of grilled apricots in this salad. (
- Apricot chicken. Apricot chicken with ginger and cayenne pepper. (
- Apricot swirl cheesecake.
- Apricot rice pilaf.
- Apricot cake.
- Apricot chutney.
- Stuffed apricots.
- Apricot almond bites.
Furthermore, how do you preserve fresh apricots? Pack the halved, pitted apricots into canning jars with the cut side facing down. Divide the vanilla pod between the number of jars you have filled with apricots. Fill each jar with the cold syrup up to the lip of the jar, leaving an inch or so clear at the top. Cover with a lid and screw on.
Thereof, what can I do with fresh picked apricots?
You don't want the apricots to get fully ripe and fall to the ground. When picked just under-ripe, they will safely ripen for a few days in a cool place indoors and, if not eaten or used immediately, can be stored in the refrigerator for several days to a week or even a little more.
Can I use fresh apricots instead of dried?
Dried apricots recipes. Dried apricots have an intense sweet-sour flavour and are high in fibre. They make an excellent substitute for fresh apricots out of season. They can be bought dried or semi-dried.