Wednesday, March 25, 2009

50 + 1 Recipes for Plums

This week it's plums, I love plums, generally just eat them "raw" so looking forward to seeing what sort of recipes there are out there.

1. Apple Plum Butter

2. Honey Plum Jam

3. Plum Almond Tart

4. Plum Clafoutis

5. Maple Ricotta Parfait with Almonds and Plums

6. Purple Plum Pie

7. Ponche de Frutas (Fruit Punch)

8. Plum Blueberry Upside Down Cake

9. Fresh Fruit Cobbler

10. Potato Plum Dumplings

11. Asian Noodles and Vegetable Salad with Plums

12. Deep Dish Plum Pie With Maple Crème Fraîche

13. Fresh Plum Sorbet

14. Grilled Pork Stir-Fry with Ginger Plum Sauce

15. Plum & Sausage Kebabs

16. Plum and Ginger Microwave Jam

17. Plum Orange Cake

18. Glazed Plum Cheesecake

19. Organic Plum Cheesecake

20. Hazelnut Plum Cake

21. Nutty Plum Crumble

22. Plum and Almond Cobbler

23. Plum and Peach Fruit Salad

24. Plum Sherbet

25. Plum Compote

26. Plum Tart

27. Deviled Golden Plums

28. Golden Plum Sauce

29. Plumuffins

30. Plum and Bulgar Salad

31. Plum Pad Thai

32. Plums in Yogurt and Honey

33. Panna Cotta with Plum Coulis

34. Pecan Scones with Plum Compote

35. Fresh Plum Upside Down Torte

36. Halibut with Lemon Plum Sauce

37. Peach and Plum Crumble

38. Plum Phyllo Pouches

39. Plum Liquer

40. Plum Chutney

41. Apple and Plum Kugle

42. Apple and Plum Scone Cake

43. B.C. Plum-Cot Leather

44. Black Plum Sorbet

45. Cheesecake Mousse with Rum-Poached Plums

46. Cornmeal Buckle with Plums

47. French Toast with Poached Plums

48. Fried Plum Dumplings

49. Gingered Plum Streusel Pie

50. High Fiber Plum Frappe

51. Lamb with Plums and Rosemary Dumplings

Nutritional Info

There seems to be quite a variety of recipes there, both sweet and savory. Hope there is one or two recipes there you may like to try?

Next week it's Raspberries.

9 comments:

Laurieluc said...

Yummy! Several to try!

E-mailing my cousin today for you--

Laurie

scrappy quilter said...

Wow, it's amazing all the wonderful looking recipes you post. A special thanks for doing this, even though you are so busy getting ready to move.

Decadent Housewife said...

Just Plummy! Thanks again for doing this.

Tracey McBride said...

Oh my goodness Gill...I am keeping these in mind for my Dad's plum tree! Every year we have a glut of wonderful plums and so far I've only made plum jam and jelly (I still have several jars from last year). Now you've given me lots of new ideas. Thanks so much for your hard work, creative research and great ideas. I pray all is well with you and your family. More soon.
Warmly,
Tracey
xo
P.S. I see raspberries are next...something to look forward too!

Winifred said...

Thanks for these Gill. The plum and ginger jam sounds brill!

Lindab said...

I didn't realise there were so many ways with plums! We have a plum tree which might fruit this year, so there's bound to be something here that will suit.

Gill - That British Woman said...

so glad you like the recipes....

Gill

2sweetnsaxy said...

How do you find all of these recipes? I haven't bought plums in a while but this makes me want to think about it and try one or two of these. :-)

Lib said...

Hi Gill,
THanks! You know how I love these post!;o)
Hope the packing is coming along well!
Blessins',Lib