Making It Through the Week

So I know it only happens one time each year, but my week without bread is always  tough for me.  I love me some carbs and definitely get a little cranky without them.  Luckily, I made some fabulous foods for our sedar and like every holiday, there were plenty of leftovers.  This recipe is suggested as dessert but we serve it as a side with our meal.

Passover Fruit Compote

I bought a variety of dried fruits (figs, prunes, pineapple, cherries, cranberries, apricots, and apples) from Whole Foods.  Just a heads up, you need to soak the fruit over night in cold water.

I am not a huge fan of macaroons, but I found these to be very fresh…they were perfect in the compote.

I made the compote at my place and then baked it when I got home to my parents.  The only substitution I made was using Turbinado sugar instead of white sugar.  This dish takes a little bit of time, but it is totally worth it!  The cinnamon and clove flavors combined with the unique combination of dried fruit is perfect for a holiday filled with taste-less unleavened bread.  The leftovers were just as good!

Enjoy this amazing recipe any time of year and feel free to use this delicious fruit in other recipes too!

4 thoughts on “Making It Through the Week

  1. truly great taste… and just the right blend of sweet and spicy, the cloves were perfect… and we forgot the papaya… next time!

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