Compote


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Compote

 

(1) A dessert made of fresh, frozen, or dried fruits and berries that have been stewed in water with sugar.

(2) Canned fruits (peaches, plums, sweet cherries) appropriately prepared and covered with a sugary syrup. They are stored in sterilized and hermetically sealed glass jars.

(3) A mixture of dried fruits (apples, raisins, apricots, pears, prunes, and cherries).

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For the compote, add all the ingredients to a pot and simmer for a few mins.
Spread onion compote on the toast and add the egg slices.
1 To make the compote, put all the ingredients into a medium saucepan with 1 tbsp water.
Tim Mead, Managing Director of Yen Valley said: "Since spring, all of our products have had new packaging designed to illustrate the delicious Yeo Valley taste and our creams and compotes are the latest to undergo this refreshed look.
Roasted black bass or black cod ($28) with batter-coated anchovies, an olive tapenade and red pepper compote tends to make the fish somewhat subordinate to its accompaniments.
Boar Chops with Apple/Apricot Compote Serves 4 2 to 3 chops per person (depending upon the size of the chops) Black pepper 1 c.
Olson follows six students from the local level to the international competition, where they compote with 500 other high school students from 82 countries.
Additions to the Wilton compote fine include a patterned fruit compote at $75.
I'm always looking to add my own twist, so I've added a quick and easy blueberry compote to give it an extra blueberry hit.