Such a really easy recipe to make are these apricot and Vanilla tartlets as there is only 3 ingredients needed .. really great when you want that perfect dessert in a flash .. I really love this recipe
Seeing as today is National Apricot Day I wanted to find you a recipe that is easy to make and can be made all year round as tinned apricots are used although you could use fresh when they are in season
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Here below is a list of the ingredients you will need to make this recipe from the website
- 200g (7oz) ready rolled puff pastry
- 400g (14 oz) tinned apricot halves in syrup
- 1 vanilla pod, halved
To get the recipe :http://www.womanandhome.com/recipes/531482/apricot-vanilla-tartlets
There is a saying that dreaming of apricots brings you a good luck. Try savory-sweet apricots and cook them for National Apricot Day on January 9.
Apricots emerged in China 4,000 years ago and were spread by Persians throughout Asia and even introduced to the Mediterranean. Only centuries later Spanish brought apricots to the New World and planted trees all over the west coast. Today apricots grown in California’s San Joaquin Valley make 95% of apricots grown in the U.S.
Do you know that word “apricot” has got Latin origin? It is translated as “precious”. This name could be explained by the fact that apricots ripen earlier than most of summer fruits.
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Fresh apricots are rich with vitamins A and C, fiber and potassium. The ripe apricots are also good for your skin and eyes. An ounce of apricots contains 20% of daily dose of beta-carotene!
The easiest way to serve apricots is eating them fresh. But if you want something new, try to bake apricots or cook an apricot sauce to strain it over your ice cream.