These hand-held tarts use fresh apricot but will also work with apricot jam. They’re “divine — a caramely almond marzipan with a hint of apricot, then layered with a fluffier almond sponge cake filling, and all contained within a sweet pastry crust.”
This is one of those wonderful recipes that delivers sophisticated flavors without a lot of fuss. The lamb is topped with chunky homemade apricot chutney and served with a creamy herbed yogurt — add orzo and you’ve got a meal.
A sweet and spicy salmon dish that comes together in 20 minutes with just five ingredients — what could be better than that? As an added bonus, this quick and easy glaze can be used on everything from burgers to grilled chicken.
This recipe takes the guesswork out of making jam. It uses just four ingredients and has easy-to follow instructions. It’s a great recipe for the novice jam-maker.
You can enjoy apricots all year round with this delicious stew. It features three kinds of dried fruit — apricots, figs, and dates. Figs contain an enzyme that helps break down meat proteins so the veal in this stew is extra tender.