Hey guys, this recipe is a simple one to help you use up the deluge of peaches on the shelves right now. It stores well, frozen or jarred.
(Pictured with dry pork riblets)
A balanced, mild but sweet peach and ginger sauce, with hints of vanilla and cinnamon. It goes amazingly well with pork and chicken, but also with desserts! I’ve used it as tart/pie filling too (add pectin).
Makes about 1-1/2 cups
You will need:
- 2 cups ripe, peeled and diced peaches
- 1T ginger powder
- 1t vanilla extract
- 1 stick cinnamon
- 2T butter
Melt butter in a saucepan. Add peaches, brown lightly and reduce to a simmer until mushy and soft. You can use a wooden spoon or mashed to help it break up.
This could take anywhere from 10-30 mins, depending on the ripeness of your peaches. Add the cinnamon when it’s getting pretty mushy. Let it simmer for about ten minutes on a low heat, then remove the stick. Set aside to cool for 5 mins.
Mix in ginger & vanilla. Blend/mash until desired smoothness. I like mine a bit more rustic looking, so i just use an eggbeater.
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