Four Prunes Day, it is, and below you’ll find a 2 great recipes made with prunes that you’ll love. Simple & delicious.
When dried, their sugar content is bumped up. This keeps them from molding or decaying.
Storage is easy, and refrigeration is probably best, if you are keeping them for a prolonged period.
Other wonderful plums, which are interchangeable in recipes, are friar green plums, Santa Rosa, elephant heart plums, green gages, damsons and Mirabelles, which are native American plums.
1. How to Cook Stewed Prunes:
We are quite fond of stewed prunes. My recipe follows.
- Tip: If your prunes call for soaking on their package, follow those instructions. Then, follow the recipe below.
Type: Stew Recipe
Serve with: ice cream, if desired.
Prep Time: 7 min
Cook Time: ~ 35 min
- 1 lb prunes – pitted
- water – to cover prunes in a pot
- 1/3 cup sugar
- 1/2 lemon – sliced
- 1 cinnamon stick
- Cover prunes with cold water in a heavy bottomed sauce pan and bring to a boil.
- Turn the heat down to a simmer for 25 min.
- Add sugar, to your taste.
- Cook for 5 min more with the addition of lemon & cinnamon.
- Serve warm or cold.
This recipe includes a good amount of prunes, and a ton of other great fruit, some fresh & some dried.
German Moos (pronounced “mouse”) is a “dried fruit sauce” or dessert stew. Often called “pluma moos” as well. It is most delicious, a dessert of love and amazing for the Holidays!
It reminds me of home, back on the farm as a child.
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Four Prunes Day is two prune recipes closer to perfection!
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