Drop the contemporary idea about fruits; you can use it beyond the classic mixed salad or toppings for dessert. Absolutely healthy and naturally tasty fruit recipes can open up a whole new experience of fruit induced food gasms. Raw fruits are definitely an appealing component of daily diet but the seasonal varieties can also be roasted, cooked, broiled or baked along with other suitable ingredients to brighten up regular dishes.
Add to the assorted taste with fruits in with savory recipes.
Spice-Rubbed Chicken with Honey-Glazed Plums
Refurbish the spice dominated chicken recipe with aptly ripe honey-glazed plums. Chicken adds the protein vitality while plums give elegance to its appearance and adds a unique taste; look for plum variety that is rich in color with smooth-skin and no brown spots.
Roasted Figs with Goat Cheese, Honey, and Pepper
Figs sounds too much of raw-much isn’t it? Not anymore. Roast figs with a tablespoon of rosemary or thyme along with sprinkle of salt and pepper. Crush goat cheese to spread over and add thin layer of honey for mildly sweet flavor.
Pork Loin Chops with Apple and Shallot
Apples make this traditional dish a fruit recipe. Broil shallot till it catches the tint of golden brown, add large pieces of apples and pour some red wine after to soak it all together. Season the pork chops with salt and ground pepper; bake till it looks voluptuous. Smear pork chops generously with apple and shallot mix.
Flax Muffins with Apple stuffing
Leave the peels on the apples—the grated pieces will only add to the muffins’ texture. The natural flavor and taste of apple cut down the artificial sweeteners, plus you’ll get lots of fiber and
Pear and Sour Cherry Crisp in Oat with Hazelnut Topping
The fruits in this recipe makes normal oats a healthier and tastier treat; a retro modification of oat meals. Besides the fruit punch pears are rich in fiber, including pectin, which can aid digestion and help lower blood pressure.