Heat is one of the most defining factors for a dish. It has the ability to destroy a raw ingredient, or to make it really shine. It transforms the ingredients. Think about how it interacts with sugar, how it transforms it into caramel, and what aromas it brings to the surface. Somewhere between these thoughts and looking at my hard to bite nectarines this recipe was born. Baked seasonal fruits with coconut oil, vanilla and thyme.
My kitchen was filled with aromas, colors and textures. The hard nectarines softened, the firm cherries wrinkled and the soft apricots look alike almost a jam. All this was embraced by strained yogurt, but also crunchy notes of granola.
The recipe for baked seasonal fruits with coconut oil, vanilla and thyme. is very easy and not at all demanding. It is ready in just 20 minutes, while leaving you room to choose whatever fruit you crave.
It is a dish that can be served as breakfast or be part of a delicious brunch. If you are a fruit lover, don’t hesitate to enjoy it in the evening as well. It’s light, tasty and filling.
Ingredients of the recipe
If you want to taste exactly what I tasted then all you have to do is get the following:
– nectarines, apricots, and cherries
– coconut oil
– vanilla pod
– brown sugar
– fresh thyme
I served seasonal fruits in the oven with coconut oil, vanilla and thyme with plenty of strained yogurt and homemade granola.
Baked seasonal fruits with coconut oil, vanilla and thyme
- 3 nectarines
- 5 apricots
- 20 cherries
- 2-3 tbsp. coconut oil
- 1 vanilla pod
- 2-3 tbsp. brown sugar
- 3 tsp fresh thyme
- strained yogurt
- homemade granola
- Wash the fruits well and let them drain.3 nectarines, 5 apricots, 20 cherries
- Cut each nectarine in four and the apricots in half.
- Empty the vanilla seeds and add the coconut oil.2-3 tbsp. coconut oil, 1 vanilla pod
- Spread a sheet of parchment paper on a baking sheet and spread the slices of nectarines and apricots, and the whole cherries.
- Brush the fruit with coconut oil and sprinkle with brown sugar and fresh thyme.2-3 tbsp. coconut oil, 2-3 tbsp. brown sugar, 3 tsp fresh thyme
- Bake in a preheated oven at 170*C for 15-20 minutes.
- Serve with strained yogurt and granola.strained yogurt, homemade granola
So this was my recipe for using fresh fruit in a different way. Baked seasonal fruits with coconut oil, vanilla and thyme. A very easy recipe, ready in just 20 minutes, where the flavors of the fruits pair wonderfully.
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