Top Rated Plum Recipes

Make this your every day go to sauce, or for special occasions, you won't be disappointed with this slow simmered, hand crafted sauce.
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hand pie
Yeah... I'm on a Disney music kick right now and there's no stopping it. Just gotta let it run its course. I'm not sure why these hand pies are reminding me so much of the french province but for some reason I was humming every tune in Beauty and the Beast while making them. Maybe it's the warm flaky crust or maybe it's the homemade filling with simple ingredients. Either way, I'm stuck on Disney to a fault... "No oooooone bakes likes Gaston, rolls puff paste like Gaston. Cooks plum sauce and those pastr-ry cakes like Gaston. Oh these hand pies are yummy and breeeeath-taking. Do try my pies, says Gaston" Ok I'm done for now. I think. But seriously, these pies are so delicious and easy to make. I even had enough plum sauce leftover for my Bagel French Toast bake. Another quick and easy breakfast make ahead meal.
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Asian Plum
This lightly sweet, aromatic cocktail is the perfect balance of fruity and herbal.This recipe is courtesy of Trisha Antonsen, Chief Cocktail Officer at Drizly.
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4.5
Negroni
This smoky Japanese take on our favorite Italian Negroni makes for a sophisticated cocktail.This recipe is courtesy of Richard Woods for SUSHISAMBA NYC.
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4.5
Risotto with California Dried Plums and Radicchio
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 dried plums. This easy, elegant recipe is sure to be a winner at your house, too. Recipe courtesy of California Dried Plum Board.
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Sweet summer stone fruit shines in this simple crumble, which uses crushed cookies and almonds in the topping. Let the kids help; the only special equipment needed is their hands. Click here to see In Season: Plums
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"This tart is a favorite dessert at Jacques Pépin’s house. You can make it with any seasonal fruit, such as rhubarb, peaches, cherries, apricots or apples. The dough is buttery, flaky and very forgiving. And it comes together in 10 seconds in a food processor." — FOOD & WINE Magazine; recipe contributed by Jacques Pépin
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These cocktail tidbits have a stuffing of cream cheese, celery, and artichoke that's a creamy contrast to the crisp grilled bacon that wraps the dried plums. Recipe courtesy of the California Dried Plum Board.
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Plum Soup, Cinnamon, Cloves
A chilled fruit soup is a perfect second or third course, or maybe even a starter on its own. Although we've been known to serve this dish in shot glasses, or even white wine glasses, it also works well the old-fashioned way: with a bowl and spoon. In that case, have a baguette at the table, too. And if you're feeling adventurous and have some buttery shortbread on hand, sweeten some plain yogurt with maple syrup and use it to garnish this tasty soup for a different twist on dessert. — Vegetarian Dinner Parties Click Here to See More Soup Recipes
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"Child Friendly"  plum cake is so named because the girl in the video bakes in the company of her little niece, not my recipe, but I wanted to share, the recipe as well as the video:) Its a traditional Jewish-Hungarian pastry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zX2nnaLaxio#! Ingredients: Pastry 30 dkg flour 15 dkg strong white bread flour 3 teaspoon baking-powder 20 dkg margarine 20 dkg sugar 3 eggs Filling cinnamon 1 packet of vanilla sugar 50 dkg plum, (chopped in larger pieces) Preparation: First mix the whipped margarine with sugar. (I prefer if the margarine is soft like a liquid, it is easier to work with, so I put it into the microwave oven for half a minute, and I added the sugar only after.) After I added the eggs and the flour, contaning baking powder. I poured the dough into a buttered baking dish – of course, with the help of my busy niece – and placed the plum-pieces (poured by the vanilla sugar and cinnamon) on top of the pastry. We pushed the plum into the ough well so as not to stay on the top. It is needed to bake approx. 40 minutes in the 180-degree oven.  source: http://jewish.hu/view.php?cgroup=receptek
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"Child Friendly"  plum cake is so named because the girl in the video bakes in the company of her little niece, not my recipe, but I wanted to share, the recipe as well as the video:) Its a traditional Jewish-Hungarian pastry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zX2nnaLaxio#! Ingredients: Pastry 30 dkg flour 15 dkg strong white bread flour 3 teaspoon baking-powder 20 dkg margarine 20 dkg sugar 3 eggs Filling cinnamon 1 packet of vanilla sugar 50 dkg plum, (chopped in larger pieces) Preparation: First mix the whipped margarine with sugar. (I prefer if the margarine is soft like a liquid, it is easier to work with, so I put it into the microwave oven for half a minute, and I added the sugar only after.) After I added the eggs and the flour, contaning baking powder. I poured the dough into a buttered baking dish – of course, with the help of my busy niece – and placed the plum-pieces (poured by the vanilla sugar and cinnamon) on top of the pastry. We pushed the plum into the ough well so as not to stay on the top. It is needed to bake approx. 40 minutes in the 180-degree oven.  source: http://jewish.hu/view.php?cgroup=receptek
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This delicate plum liqueur brings a bite of spring into winter.
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