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Prunes Poached in Red Wine and Cinnamon

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Sometimes I think we need to concentrate a bit more on the funny named foods. Like prunes. Prunes are the laughing stock of the food world, and that is such a pity. Prunes are delicious, available in your pantry at all times (unless you forgot them at the store) and make for great eating, both sweet and savory!

Today I am making Prunes Poached in Red Wine, for dessert.

Prunes Poached in Red Wine and Cinnamon


Prunes in Red Wine
adapted from Kitchenography

1 pound pitted prunes (about 40)
1 1/4 c sugar
3 cinnamon sticks
2 1/2 c dry red wine

Prunes Poached in Red Wine and Cinnamon
Prunes in Red Wine and Cinnamon

2 8 oz containers Mascarpone cheese

Combine dried prunes, sugar, cinnamon sticks and red wine in a large covered pan. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to simmer, cover and simmer 45 minutes. Transfer to a serving dish, cover and chill until serving time.



To serve place a large spoonful of the Mascarpone cheese on a rimmed dessert plate or shallow dish, top with a generous spoonful of the poached prunes and drizzle syrup over the top.

Enjoy!

Serves 8

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3 comments

  1. I make dried figs in a somewhat similar way. As a matter of fact...I'll hopefully be posting it soon.
    Now...about prunes: When I was very young my dad used to force me to eat boiled prunes because they were good for me...I hated them!
    As a young adult...I kind of avoided them due to being so traumatized by the memory.
    I'm a little older now and not so intimidated by them. As a matter of fact I actually use dried puréed prunes as a partial substitute to butter when making baked goods.
    I'm taking down your recipe...sounds like an adaptation I may now be able to enjoy ;o)
    Flavourful wishes, Claudia

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  2. We love prunes and eat them right out of the box. This recipe sounds lovely!

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    1. This is one of those desserts, that is so much more than the sum of the parts, I hope you give it a try. thanks for stopping by.

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