Vanilla Roast Fruit

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Vanilla Roast Fruit

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
150g unsalted butter
1 finely sliced vanilla bean You could also use 1 tsp vanilla extract
6-8 of any of the following:
plums
peaches
apples
apricots
nectarines

Variations

  • No vanilla?

Just skip it or replace with a cinnamon stick.

  • Dairy-free

Replace butter with coconut oil or just skip it.

  • Vanilla ‘essence’

This is basically fake vanilla flavour. I prefer to use real vanilla beans or real vanilla extract. But if ‘essence’ is all you can get a little will be okay.

  • Different flavourings

Replace the vanilla with lemon zest, a cinnamon stick, a very small piece of star anise.

  • More ‘saucy’

Add ½ cup dessert wine to the pears before covering with foil.

Ingredients

  • 6-8 of any of the following:

Directions

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Roasting fruit like this is brilliant for enhancing the natural sweetness without having to rely on adding processed sugar. Fergal just loves these pears and will happily gobble up 4 or 5 quarters in one sitting. But they make a super lovely dessert for adults too. I’m also quite partial to serving them with yoghurt and granola for breakfast.

The quantities are totally a guideline, you can totally double or halve the recipe depending on how much fruit you need to have on hand.

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Steps

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Preheat your oven to 180C (350F). Quarter your fruit or chop into smaller or larger pieces as you prefer. Remove any seeds or stones.

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Layer fruit in a baking dish. Top with butter and vanilla. Cover with foil and baked for 30 minutes.

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Remove foil and stir. Return to the oven uncovered this time and bake for another 20-30 minutes or until the fruit is soft and slightly browned.

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Serve warm or allow to cool before serving.

jules

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