Top Rated Cherries Jubilee Recipes

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From Food Network Kitchens
This is an old school classic, making use of the woefully-underutilized art of flambe. Flambeing caramelizes sugars and deepens flavors; with ripe summer cherries, that's really all you need.
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Rachael Ray
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Emeril Lagasse
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Margo59
My mom made this recipe frequently when I was growing up. It is so easy and I always get rave reviews. I've used blueberry pie filling and fresh strawberries instead of cherry. My father-in-law always requested this on his birthday.
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Sandra Lee
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Chef mariajane
Another tried and true recipe that is so easy, yet so delicious, for everyone to try.
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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bigbadbrenda
This is a light version of Cherries Jubilee. I used Splenda brown sugar and only used 1 tbsp ..If you want you can use ice cream instead of the frozen yogurt. This is from a Quick and Simple magazine. Enjoy
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
Flambe cherries make a wonderful combination with plain vanilla ice-cream.
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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NorthwestGal
This is my favorite dessert to make at home. It's easy, and the end result is rather impressive. The key to a successful flambe is to be sure the brandy is heated over low heat. That way, it slowly reaches the appropriate temperature but retains it's alcohol content, which is important for it to ignite. For this recipe, canned Cherry Pie Filling is not a suitable substitute for canned cherries. [A little history of this dessert dish....It was well known that cherries was Queen Victoria's favorite fruit, and legendary French chef Auguste Escoffier created this impressive dish to honor Queen Victoria on the occasion of either her Golden Jubilee in1887 or her Diamond Jubilee in 1897.] This is a simplified version of this scrumptious dessert that can easily be made at home.
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Cherries Jubilee recipe. Ready In: 25 min. Makes 8 servings 8 per serving Ingredients: cornstarch, sugar, bing cherries, cognac, orange zest, lemon zest
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