Easy Dried Fruit Puree

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Introduction: Easy Dried Fruit Puree

About: I'm a twentysomething baking obsessive, working as a baker and cake decorator, and gradually fattening up my housemates one recipe idea at a time.

Here's a dried fruit puree recipe, great for filling cupcakes, spreading on pancakes, stirring into yoghurt for an easy breakfast or adding depth to a simple sauce.

All you need is a saucepan, a hob, some kind of blender, 100 g dried fruit (I used mango for its gorgeous orange hue), your favourite spices and flavourings (cardamom and ginger for me), about a cup and a half of water and a few tablespoons of sugar, depending on how sweet you like it.

1. Put the dried fruit, spices, water and sugar in a small saucepan.
2. Bring to the boil, and simmer for about 20 minutes, until most of the water has been absorbed.
3. Take off the heat, fish out any seed pods or added flavours and blend, adding a little more water if necessary depending on the desired consistency.
4. Use immediately or place in an air tight container and store in the fridge.

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    cluracon
    cluracon

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry, I thought I'd screened out the worst of the Britishisms. The hob is what we call the stovetop/cooktop/hotplate.

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    wilgubeast
    wilgubeast

    8 years ago on Introduction

    That looks awesome. I doubt that I'd be able to include it in any of your suggested uses: I'd probably just eat it out of the bowl.